Jalgaon is a city and district located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. In the foregone era, this region was a part of the Khandesh sultanate ruled by Faruqi dynasty. After being ruled by the dynasties like Chalukya, Yadava, Tughlak etc., the Maratha clan was the last ruler of Jalgaon. In the year 1906, this region was bifurcated from Khandesh and emanated as East Khandesh. In 1960, it was merged with the state of Maharashtra.
Jalgaon is elevated at a height of 3000 feet above the sea level. Its craggy plains cover a gross area of 68 km. sq. It shares its boundaries with Madhya Pradesh in North, Aurangabad in South, Dhule in West, and Buldana in Southwest. It is fed by the waters of the River Tapti. The climate of Jalgaon is moderate in nature. It experiences searing summers with the median mercury level of 39°C. The winter season is a pleasant season as the average temperatures fall down at 15°C.
Jalgaon is the home to different places of interest. The Hindu shrines of Mannudevi, Patnadevi, and Mangalgrahdev lure the visitors. The beautiful hill stations of Pal and Unapdev are also located close to Jalgaon.