Amalner is a city and a municipal council in Jalgaon district in the state of Maharashtra, India, situated on the bank of the Bori River. Amalner is the birthplace of the Wipro company, which started business by producing vanaspati ghee from sunflower seeds there. Amalner is a tehsil in Jalgaon district. Prominent villages under Amalner’s administration include Sarbete, Chaudhari, Shirsale, Chandani kurhe, Nagaon BK Pimpali, Dahiwad, Amalgaon, Gandhali, Pilode Mehergaon, Javkhede, Palasdale, Vavade, Patonde, and Mangrul.
History. Amalner has a historical importance in the fields of education, industrialization and independence movements. It is host to one of the oldest philosophical centers in India, the Pratap Tatwadnyan Mandir, formerly the Indian Institute of Philosophy.