Patur is a town and a municipal council in Akola district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Climate: Patur. … The average annual temperature in Patur is 27.2 °C. In a year, the average rainfall is 817 mm.
The Dargah (tomb) of Shah Abdul Aziz is situated on west side of Patur. This dargah has historical importance in Maharashtra. Hazrat Shahbabu is a Muslim saint of the 13th century, who came here for the preaching of Islam. Hazrat Shahbabu (RA) was born in Mecca. The dargah was gradually built by many Muslim rulers. The tomb or holy shrine was built by Tughlaq Emperor of Delhi in 1348 AD, the second portion of Khangah & Sher Darwaza was built by Mughal Knight Abdur Raheem Khan-e-Khanaa. With the latest development, Buland Darwaza (a copy of Ajmer Sharif Buland Darwaza) was built by Late Haji Syed Akbar in 1950.
Jama Masjid: This Mosque is Grand Mosque or “Jame Masjid” of Patur, has of prime importance especially on Juma (Friday) Prayer in Patur Town. Built-in 1726 AD by Nawab Family of Patur. From last 300 years, it is under the supervision of Quazi Family. Currently supervised by Quazi Sarfaz Ali.
Chaman Masjid: Though there are no particular historical records found regarding the building of this mosque (Masjid), but probably made during the reign of Tughlaq Emperors. Uptill ran Alhumdulillah under the supervision of Haji Syed Talib and handed over to Badi Masjid Trust, Akola
Masjid-e-Abrar: Masjid-e-Abrar is situated at Abrar colony near Balapur road Patur