Jalgaon is a city of western India which lies to the north of the Maharashtra state in Jalgaon District. Located on the northern Deccan Plateau, Jalgaon lies north of Nashik, bounded in the north by Satpuda range, in South by Ajanta range, in the west by Dhulia district and in the East by Buldhana district.
Patna Devi, Omkareshwar Mandir, Parola Fort, Swinging Towers Of Farkande, Mahatma Gandhi Garden, Bahinabai Park, Mehrun, JK Park, and Ecchapurti Ganesh Temple, etc.
Jalgaon is often known as the Banana Capital of India. The city of Jalgaon is known to produce more than 16% of India's banana production and is one of the world's major banana producing regions. Though not a famous tourist destination, the place is bounded by several religious temples and cultural establishments. The world famous heritage site Ajanta caves is far near to Jalgaon district. Making it as one of major International Tourism hub for tourist to reach the Ajanta & Ellora caves.
The region is also popular for its competitive edge business policies with tea, gold, pulses, & mats. The district has major rail and road connection and is a central destination to reach out major places in India. Jalgaon is also one of the world's largest pulse milling centers.
Jalgaon is a noteworthy collection and distribution center of agricultural goods and agriculture input industry. The most important products are jowar and raw cotton and banana; the region's rich volcanic soil is particularly well suited to cotton production. Jalgaon is nowadays becoming a well trading center of Maharashtra and a leading producer of sugarcane.
Pune is 378 km.