Places around Jalgaon with nature

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1/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature
Bahinabai Udyan, Jalgaon
Within Jalgaon city limits
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Located in the middle of the town, the Bahinabai Udyan or the Jalgaon Municiapal Corporations's Bahinabai Udyan is around 1. 2 Km via the Mahatma Gandhi Road and Bhaskar Market Road, and can be reached in under 5 minutes from the mapped center of Jalgaon. Recognised by the Central Zoo Authority, the Bahinabai Udyan is frequently visited place in the town.

Known previously as the Snake Park and Aviary, the small zoo was later renamed as Bahinabai Udyan after Bahinabai Choudhary, a renowned Maharashtrian poetess. It was established and inaugrated by the Pimpri Chichwad Municipal Corp...

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2/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature
Hatnur Dam
50 kms from Jalgaon city limits
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Hatnur Dam, is an earthfill dam on Tapti river near Bhusawal, Jalgaon district in state of Maharashtra in India. Located at a distance of 50 kms from the city railways station of Jalgaon. The nearby station is Bhusawal. The dam was opened in the year 1982. The Dam is maintained by Government of India. The Dam is very clear and neat.

The Hatnur Dam works as a water source for the nearby villages. The capacity of the dam is 255000 kilometer cube. The main purpose for the Hatnur Dam is to provide the irrigation water for the agriculture. Second main purpose is to provide the drinking ...

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3/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature

Located around the heart of the city of Jalgaon, the Icchapurti Ganesh Mandir is under a kilometer away and is accessible on foot via the Ganesh Colony. Dedicated to the Hindu God Ganesha, the temple is one of the most prominent temples in the city.

Icchapurti Ganesh Mandir sits in the very center of Jalgaon, yet the vibe of this place seems secluded from the chaos of the city life. Built in a grand design the way to the main temple building is a brisk walk inside the gates welcoming the devotees. The part is covered with a carpet and one can see seating arrangements on either side...

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4/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature

Patna Devi Mata Temple is an ancient and religious place situated near the city of Jalgaon gained prominence, as it is the birthplace of the great Scientist Bhaskaracharya. This place is inside Gautala Autram Ghat Abhayaranya (Forest) and surrounded of high mountains of Sahyadri. The temple is located at 70 kms from the city Jalgaon.

Festivals that are celebrated in Temple are Navratri Festival and Chaitra Poornima /Hanuman Jayanti. Best season to visit the Temple is from December to February. Patna Devi Mata Temple can be visited during timings 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM daily. People usu...

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5/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature
Shivdham, Parola
55 kms from Jalgaon city limits
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The famous Shivdham temple lies in Ratnapimpri, a small village with the closest connected city being Jalgaon, it lies around 55 Kms away and can be reached in about and hour and a half via the NH 53. Lying on the banks of the River Gopi, the village is a blissful location and sees swarms of devotees flooding in all the year round.

The primary temple is made in a contemporary architectural style, sitting on the bank of River Gopi adds to the scenic beauty of the temple. A single storied building with an idol of the Lord Shiv established in the temple are the highlights of the templ...

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6/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature

Shree Manudevi Temple in Jalgaon Situated in the lush green ranges of Satpuda mountains, on the banks of River Tapi. It is the supreme family deity of many of the families who reside in the vicinity. Located at a distance of 40 kms from Jalgaon city.

The temple was built by a member of the Ingle family, Shri K Pandu Jeevan around 1251 AD. It is believed that this is an ancient temple reflecting the culture of ancient times. The temple is surrounded by hillocks (small hills) on all three sides. Right in front of the temple is a beautiful waterfall that cascades down to 400 feet. Si...

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7/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature

Sri Padmalaya is a temple dedicated to the Swayambhu Ganesh, Aamod and Pramod. The temple is located at the villege of Padmalaya. Located a distance of around 32 Kms from the heart of Jalgaon, the temple can be reached in under 10 minutes via the National Highway 53 and Mahabal Road.

The Sri Padmalaya Temple which has two idols of Lord Ganesh established is believed to be self existing. It is among the Two and a half Shree Ganesh Peeth in India, the two Swayambhu Ganesh idols, Aamod and Pramod established inside the sanctum portray two forms with one having a right curving trunk an...

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8/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature
Waghur Dam
22 kms from Jalgaon city limits
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Waghur Dam is located on the Waghur River near Kandari and Varadsim, Jalgaon. It is located at a distance of 22 kms from Jalgaon city.

Waghur Dam is an earth-fill dam. The Waghur river flows from its source near Ajanta through the Khandesh region. Work on this major irrigation project was taken up by the Water Resources Department of Maharashtra and began construction in 1978. The dam's main purpose is to supply water to Jalgaon city. Canals were built along the left and right banks of the river to meet irrigation needs. It is great for sight-seeing with all its natural beauty loaded...

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9/9 Places to Visit in Jalgaon with nature

The Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Yawal Tehsil of Jalgaon district of Maharashtra, India. The sanctuary lies at the Banks of the Anner and Manjal Rivers which flows towards the neighboring borders of the Madhya Pradesh. The sanctuary is spread over land area of about 178 square kilometres which covered with dense forest. The Sanctuary is Located at a distanec of 65 kms from the city railway station of Jalgaon.

The sanctuary has rich varieties of flora like Teak, Salai and anjan trees dominate in the forest, other main species are Ain, Shisam, Haldu, Tiwas, Khair, Charo...

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