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Masur is a small town (12,000 inhabitants in 201) in the Satara district of Maharashtra in India. The nearest Masur railway station is about 2 km away from town. It is a famous religious tourist spot. It is notable as the site of one of the Maruti eleven temples built by the Hindu saint, Ramdas.
India (since 1947)
British Empire period (1854-1946)
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