Jalgaon ( pronunciation is a major city in western India, located in the north of Maharashtra state within a region of Khandesh. It is the administrative headquarters of Jalgaon district. Jalgaon has a municipal corporation and had 460,228 residents at the 2011 census (530,911 population with the extended area). It is 59 km (37 mi) from the Ajanta Caves. Jalgaon can be reached by National Highway 6 or with a Railway and has an airport through private jet (Daily passenger flight will be starting from 15 September 2017). The city, with industrial areas, schools, hospitals, shopping malls and residential areas, has communications and transport infrastructures. Known as Banana City, it contributes about half of Maharashtra’s banana production.
The summers in Jalgaon are hot and dry and are generally avoided by the tourists. The month of March marks the start of the summer season and it lasts till May. Temperature ranges from 25°C to 39°C during these months.
In 1906 when Khandesh was divided, east Khandesh became present-day Jalgaon. In 1956 with the reorganization of states, it was included in Bombay state, and with the formation of Maharashtra in 1960, Jalgaon became a district of the state.
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Place of interest
• Omkareshwar Mandir, Jalgaon
• Shree Manudevi, Jalgaon
• Patnadevi, Jalgaon
• Padmalaya, Jalgaon
• Shree Sant Muktabai Temple, Jalgaon
• Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon
• Swinging Towers of Farkande, Jalgaon
• J.K Park, Jalgaon
• Mehrun, Jalgaon
• Bahinabai Park, Jalgaon
• Mahatma Gandhi Garden, Jalgaon
• Ecchapurti Ganesh Temple, Jalgaon
• Maharshi Kanva Ashram, Jalgaon