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Buldhana is a district in the state of Maharashtra in India. Situated in the Amravati division, the district is located around 500 Km from the capital city of Mumbai. The Tapti River and the Godavari River pass through the district.

Demographics and climate in Buldhana
Buldhana district in Maharashtra has an area of around 9,680 square kilometers. The Lonar crater, which is the second largest hyper-velocity meteorite crater in the world, is located in the district.

The climate of the Buldhana District is mainly tropical. The summer months are hot and humid while the winters are pleasant. The ideal time for visiting Buldhana is between the months of October and March.

Attractions in Buldhana
There are lots of tourist attractions in Buldhana District. The region is known for its scenic beauty and charming atmosphere. A large number of sightseeing tours are arranged by the local tourist board and the travel agencies.

  • Lonar, site of Lonar crater lake and Lonar Sanctuary
  • Sindkhed Raja, birthplace of Veer Mata Jijabai, mother of Chhatrapati Shivaji and palace of Lakhuji Jadhav
  • Temple of Shri Renuka Devi in Chikhli
  • Balaji Temple in Mehkar
  • Balaji Temple in Deulgaon Raja
  • The Durgah of Sailani Baba in Chikli
  • Shri Bapuji Maharaj in Malegaon
  • Dnyanganga Sanctuary
  • Ambabarva Sanctuary
  • The world's biggest Hanuman idol ({{convert}105|ft}} in Nandura
  • Malegaon Gond Bapuji Maharaj Temple
  • Palsi Supo Supoji Maharaj Temple
  • Hanuman Mandir by Samarth Ramdas at Waghali, near Khamgaon
An added attraction of the Buldhana District, Maharashtra is the festivals. Travelers can visit the Sarai Mahasiddha Baba fair and Shri Balaji fair. One can buy wide range of local handicrafts and artifacts from the fairs. One can also make a trip to the Ajanta caves which are within easy reach from here.

Hotels in Buldhana
Accommodation is easily available in Buldhana. There are a number of guest houses, lodges and hotels in Buldhana. They offer satisfactory lodging facilities at moderate rates. Most of them are located close to the main town center.

  • Krishna lodge
  • Tushar Lodge
Transport in Buldhana
Buldhana District is easily accessible. The nearest airport is located in the city of Aurangabad. One can easily go to Aurangabad from Buldhana. By road, Buldhana is linked with places like Akola, Amravati, Nagpur, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Pune, Ratnagiri and Nasik.

Last Updated on : 25/04/2013



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