Bhadgaon is a city and a tehsil located in the Jalgaon district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Its population is approximately 45,000 to 50,000.
Bhadgaon’s climate is a local steppe climate. During the year there is little rainfall. This climate is considered to be BSh according to the Koppen-Geiger climate classification. The temperature here averages 27.2 °C. The average annual rainfall is 797 mm.
A copper.plate grant of Govinda III was found near Bhadgaon is dated in Saka 732 (809 A.D.) and records the donation of a village called Bhaulavara in the Bahula vishaya, corresponding to the modern Pachora district.
Jalgaon seems to have come under the sway of the Imperial Rastrakuta dynasty, with their capital at Manyakheta (modern Malkhed in North Karnataka in Karnataka State). The powerful rulers of this family extended their kingdom into the Deccan, Konkan, part of Gujarat and Central India up to the Vindhyas and remained in power till overthrown by Chalukya Tailapa in about 970 A.D.
The ancient name of the city was Battagram or possibly Bhattagram meaning Bhatt symbolizing warrior or Bhat meaning brilliant Brahmins. More citations needed from history.
The temple of Sidhivinayak was built in Peshawa rule. Near it is the Mahadev, Shani, Maruti temples and Swami Samarha Kendra temples alongside the river Girana river.
The temple of Shiva (situated at Mahadeo Galli) was set up by Rishi Bhrugu nearby Girna River. (currently Girna river position change in last 70 years). Those who Maha Shivratri in this temple on the holy festival of the famous fair is organized by Panch Committy