Erandol is a small town (taluka) in Jalgaon district in Maharashtra state, India. It is situated on the banks of the Anjani River.
The climate in Erandol is referred to as a local steppe climate. During the year, there is little rainfall in Erandol. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is BSh. The average annual temperature is 27.3 °C in Erandol. In a year, the average rainfall is 742 mm.
It is called as Padmalaya Kshetra. This temple is located at the top of a hill. There are small temples on all sides of the main temple. … Padmalaya also knows, as “Prabhakshetra” is a religious place located in Erandol Taluka about 4.8-km from Erandol.
Place of Interest
Pandav Wada, Before the great Mahabharata war, the Pandav spent some time of their year in exile in Ekachakranagari. The area where they lived is known as Pandav Wada. Pandav Wada is famous as a place of historical interest. Bheema slayed the demon Bakasura in Padmalaya, about 15 kilometers from Erandol. To this day, one can find relics like Bheema kund, Bheema’s hand mill, Bheema’s bowl and the area where Bheema and Bakasura fought. A well close to the Wada is known as Draupadikoop (Draupadi’s well). The official government gazette even refers to this area as Pandav Wada. A few years ago, school texts had a chapter about this place, which resulted in school outings to Pandav Wada.