Dhule is a one of the significant urban areas in India arranged on the banks of Panzara River. It is a civil partnership in Dhule District in the northwestern piece of Maharashtra state, India known as Khandesh. The town arranging of this city was finished by Sir Mokshagundam Visvesaya. The city, with modern territories, schools, healing facilities, grocery stores and local locations, has interchanges and transport frameworks. Dhule is the provincial headquarter of MIDC, RTO, and MTDC.
Dhule is to a great extent developing as one of the forthcoming center points of material, palatable oil, and power-linger over the state and has picked up a vital preferred standpoint for being on the intersection of three National Highways viz. NH-3, NH-6, and NH-211 and on most foreseen Manmad - Indore Rail Project. As of late Ministry of Surface Transport has allowed change of encompassing 4 state parkways to National Highway, after which Dhule would be the one among not very many urban areas in India being situated on union of 7 National Highways.
Transformation of NH-3 from four paths to six paths amongst Dhule and Nashik with current offices is under process. Dhule city is likewise a piece of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project, as Node - 17, India's most aggressive foundation program, expecting to grow new modern urban communities and uniting cutting edge innovations crosswise over framework segments.