North Maharashtra districts of Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar are collectively called “Khandesh”. The district is famous for production of Bananas, Bananas produced in the district are of delicious quality and are exported to most of the districts of the state and Delhi as well as some foreign countries also. The economy of the district is primarily dependent on agriculture 70.9 per cent of the total workers are engaged as cultivators and agricultural labourers.
Jalgaon is a rail junction on West-East line as well as North-South line. Nashirabad Village in Jalgaon tahsil is the most populated (26131) and Wadgaon Nimb village in Jamner tahsil is the least populated (15). Bhusawal tahsil is having the lowest number of villages (50) in the district.
The effective literacy rate of Jalgaon district is 78.2 percent, Males and Females literacy rate are 85.4 percent and 70.6 percent respectively. Well connected through Rail & Road to all major cities, e.g. Mumbai, Nasik, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Pune, Surat and Indore.
Jalgaon is an exception to the rule — of a district located over 300 km from the west coast and on the northern edge of the Deccan plateau — receiving an average yearly rainfall of only 750 mm, and still the world’s seventh largest banana producer if it were a country. And its bananas are wholly produced by independent growers.
Perfectly located in the region
In the heart of Jalgaon City
25 mins from Jalgoan Airport
It’s just 9.5 kilometers to Khandesh
Close to Jalgaon Railway Station
Just 300m from the station
Close to State bus stand
Just 1.6km to Khandesh Central
Close to many tourist spots
45 minutes from Ajanta & Ellora caves
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