Location: Solapur District
Solapur District is a district in the Maharashtra state of India. The city of Solapur is the district headquarters. It is located on the south-east edge of the state and lies entirely in the Bhima and Seena basins. The entire district is drained by the Bhima River.
Solapur district leads Maharashtra in a production of Indian cigarettes known as beedi.
The climate here is considered to be a local steppe climate. During the year there is little rainfall. This location is classified as BSh by Koppen and Geiger. In Solapur, the average annual temperature is 27.1 °C. About 713 mm of precipitation falls annually.
Solapur district is subdivided for administrative purposes into eleven talukas, which in turn comprise smaller divisions. The talukas are North Solapur, South Solapur, Akkalkot, Barshi, Mangalwedha, Pandharpur, Sangola, Malshiras, Mohol, Madha, and Karmala.
Place of interest
• Siddheshwar Temple and lake,