Pune: 170km south of Mumbai, Pune is the education hub of western India. With Asia's largest film school, FTII and National Defense Academy and many other management and technical institutions Pune is the fastest growing city in India in the software industry.
Nagpur is one of the chief industrial cities of Maharashtra and is most famous for its production of oranges. The third largest natural salt-water lake in the world is situated in Nagpur.
The other important cities of Maharashtra are Amravati, Aurangabad, Chandrapur, Jalgaon, Khandala, Kolhlapur, Nashik, Solapur, and Thane.
The cities of Maharashtra are filled with numerous historical monuments, wild life parks, temples, beaches and many more, every tourist would love to explore.
|Name of the cities||Weather||Population||Tourist Attractions|
|Amravati||Summer-up to 47 degrees, Winter-6degreesRainfall-adequate amount.||2,607,160( 2001 census)||Ambadevi Temple, Chatri Talao, , Melghat Tiger Reserve, Wan Sanctuary and Chikhaldara.|
|Aurangabad||Summer-up to 40degrees,Winter-below 5degrees.||2,897,103 ( 2001 census)||Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, Aurangabad Caves, Daulatabad Fort, Khuldabad, Shirdi, Grihneshwar Temple, Ajanata and Ellora Caves|
|Khandala||Pleasant summer, cool winter and very heavy southwestern rain.||21043||Khandala Lake and Bhushi Lake, Karla, The Bhaja Caves, Shiva temple, Tiger's Leap|
|Mumbai||Mumbai Climate Humid summer and dry winter||11914398||Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Juhu Beach, Essel World, Jehangir Art Gallery, Siddhivinayak Temple, Bollywood.|
|Nagpur||Dry and mildly humid. Temperature ranges between 10 to 40 degrees.||2420000||Gavilgad Fort, Forts of Balapur, Lonar Lake, Markandeya Temple, Naranala Fort|
|Pune||Very hot summers and very cold winters.||4485000||Osho Ashram, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Tribal Museum, Aga Khan Palace, Vishrambaug Wada|
Last Updated on : January 12, 2015