Rajura is a city and municipal council in the Chandrapur district of the Indian state of Maharashtra.
It is too Hot in summer. Rajura summer highest day temperature is in between 34 °C to 48 °C. Average temperatures of January is 26 °C , February is 27 °C , March is 32 °C , April is 36 °C , May is 40 °C .
Deshmukh Parivar – History. Deshmukh Family hails from Rajura (Manikgarh) Village, in Chandrapur (Chanda) District of Maharashtra State in India, earlier it was under Gondawan Kingdom: … They migrated to Rajura some 300 years back as they were enjoying Deshmukhi of twelve villages in and around Rajura. Rajura is a Taluka in Chandrapur District of Maharashtra State, India. Rajura Taluka Head Quarters is Rajura town . It belongs to Vidarbh region . It belongs to Nagpur Division . It is located 33 KM towards South from District head quarters Chandrapur. 795 KM from State capital Mumbai towards west .
Rajura Taluka is bounded by by Ballarpur Taluka towards North , Jiwati Taluka towards west , Korpana Taluka towards west , Wankidi Taluka towards South . Rajura City , Chandrapur City , Durgapur City , Kagaznagar City are the nearby Cities to Rajura.
Rajura consist of 136 Villages and 66 Panchayats . Kapangaon is the smallest Village and Wirur Station is the biggest Village . It is in the 186 m elevation(altitude) .
Chandrapur , Sirpur , Tadoba (Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve) , Sevagram , Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary are the near by Important tourist destinations to see.
There is no railway station near to Rajura Taluka in less than 10 km. Balharshah Rail Way Station (near to Rajura) , Manikgarh Rail Way Station (near to Rajura) are the Rail way stations reachable from near by towns. How ever Wardha Jn Rail Way Station is major railway station 152 KM near to Rajura
Rajura are the nearby by towns to Rajura having road connectivity to Rajura.
Place of interest
A number of temples are in and near Rajura. They include the Hanuman temple near the lake in Jogapur, about 10 km (6.2 mi) from Rajura, and the Shri Saibaba temple (Chota Shirdi) on the Wardha River. The Somnath Mandir temple is in Somanathapur, in neighboring Mysore district.