Telhara is a city and a municipal council in Akola district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Telhara. There is not much rainfall inTelhara all year long. This location is classified as BSh by Köppen and Geiger. The average annual temperature in Telhara is 27.2 °C. The average annual rainfall is 728 mm.
Telhara is a town in the west of Akot taluk, 17 miles from it. It is situated near the Satpuda part and has extreme climate conditions all year around. The town suffers from a very low temperature in winter (may go up to 3 – 5 degrees), a heavy much rain and very high temperatures during the summer (temperature in the month of May may rise up to 48 degrees). It is situated nearby “Gautama” river. When Jalgaon taluk belonged to Akola District an Extra-Assistant Commissioner was stationed at Telhara and had civil jurisdiction over Akot and Jalgaon taluks. This has now been discontinued, but during 1908 a Bench of Honorary Magistrates was established at Telhara with jurisdiction was over one-fourth of Akot taluk. For revenue purposes, there are five separate villages adjoining one another, two of them having the name Telhara and the other three having Muslim names. A Panchgawahan, Malegaon, Goregaon, all three were founded by a Muslim Emperor, there is a considerable Muslim settlement in the town. Therefore, there is an old mosque placed on the bazaar road.
place of interest
• Gopal Talkies