Bounded in the north by the Nirmur district of Madhya Pradesh, in the east by Akola district, in south by Parbhani district and in the west by Aurangabad and Jalgaon district, Buldhana lies partly in the Tapi basin and partly in the Godavari basin.
Pilgrimage sites like Balaji Temple at Deulgaon and Raja Sailana Shah
Miya Dargha at Pimpalgaon, Sari village are the main attractions of
Buldhana. Lakhuji Jadhav's palace is important place in Shinkhed.
Sarkarwada, Rameshwar Mandir, Nilakanteshwar Mandir, Samadhi of Jadhav's
family, Renuka Temple, Bal Samudra and Lonar Lake, Palasi Siddha Math
are other places of interest.
There is a huge crater in Lonar. It is believed that it was formed
50,000 years ago by the impact of a huge meteor that descended on earth.
The depression is roughly 7 km in circumstance and 1.8 km in diameter.
It is the largest and oldest meteoric crater in the world, ante-dating
its nearest rival, the Canyon-Diabolo of Arizona in the United States by
a clear 230 centuries.
There is samadhi for Samadhi of Shri Gajanan Maharaj. A large number
of the pilgrims from all over Maharashtra visit this Samadhi to pay
How To Reach
Nearest airport is at Aurangabad. Buldhana is well connected by road as
Buldhana district is located in the central part of Maharashtra, India.