|Altitude:||209 m (686 ft)|
|Present Day Details|
|Great Indian Peninsula Railway|
Bhusawal was a town in East Kandesh District during the British period. See Bombay Districts. It was situated at the junction of the Nagpur branch with the main line of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway and was an important centre, with large railway works.
Modern name: Bhusawal
- Bhusaval Cemetery FIBIS database.
- This is one of the cemeteries for which FIBIS commissioned Mr Rajat Sharma to take photographs and details of all legible headstones. All inscriptions are included wherever they are legible. Copies of the photographs are available for a suggested donation, see Cemeteries Project
- Bhusawal Town Imperial Gazetteer (Digital South Asia Library)