36 destinations to explore in Maharashtra
Maharashtra is the wealthiest state by all major economic parameters and also the most industrialized state in India. Maharashtra is well known for its culture, history, architect, food, and art.
Ahmednagar district is the largest district of Maharashtra state in western India. Mazalak Ahmed was established in 1494 AD and the capital city of Nizamshah became known as Ahmednagar city by his name
It is bounded on the north by Amravati District, to the east by Amravati District and by Washim District, to the south by Washim District, and to the west by Buldhana District. There are ranges of Gavilgad hills in the north of the district.
It is said that Amravati is named for its ancient Ambadevi temple. It is famous for its temples, ancient history, and art.
Aurangabad District is located mainly in the Godavari River Basin and partly in the Tapi River Basin. It is rich in its historical events and natural beauties. Aurangabad the only tourist district of India having two-world heritage monuments to its credits.
The district is also known as Bhir district. The name of Bhir is given by Mohammad Tughlaq.
The current name of Bhandara is derived from the term "bhana", meaning "brass", as the namesake town is dominated by the brass-working industry.it is also referred to as the "District of Lakes". Bhandara district is mainly popular for its large production of rice, and is thus termed as the "Rice Bowl of Maharashtra".With several ancient temples and historical monuments, along with lakes, parks, and sanctuaries, Bhandara attracts many tourists.
It is surrounded by Madhya Pradesh in the north, Akola, Washim, and Amravati districts on the east, Jalna district on the south, and Jalgaon and Aurangabad districts on the west. Buldhana holds religious significance as it is the site of the Shri Gajanan Maharaj temple, Shegaon.
The district Chandrapur was earlier known as ‘Chanda’ according to tradition and legend the name of the place was ‘Lokapura’ which was first changed to ‘ Indpur’ and subsequently to Chandrapur. During the British colonial period it was called Chanda district, which was again changed to its original name ‘Chandrapur ‘ around 1964.
Dhule district is famous for the production of pure milk.
The district is categorized as tribal, with farming as the main occupation. Forests cover more than 79.36% of the hilly geography of the district
Gondia is also known as "Rice City", as it is a rice-producing district and has about 250 rice mills in its vicinity.
Hingoli is situated in the northern part of Marathwada in Maharashtra. Borders of Hingoli are surrounded by districts Washim and Yavatmal on the northern side, Parbhani on the western side, and Nanded at the south-eastern side.
A district which is blessed with beautiful nature in the state of Maharashtra.
Kolhapur city is situated on the banks of the Panchganga river and is surrounded by Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a city known for its historical forts, temples and royal places of erstwhile royals. It is famous for the Indian handcrafted leather slippers the kolhapuri chappals and its unique local jewelry a special type of necklace called Kolhapuri Saaj.
Latur is an administrative district and thee 16th largest city of Maharashtra. The district is primarily agricultural.
The business and adminsitrative centre of Maharashtra.
This is the second smallest district of Maharashtra. Many important places have adorned the beauty of this district.
Nagpur is also famous throughout the country as “Orange City” for being a major trade center of oranges that are cultivated in the region.
Nanded District lies in the eastern portion of the Marathwada region, which corresponds to the Aurangabad Division of Maharashtra.
Nandurbar district is bounded to the south and south-east by Dhule district, to the west and north is the state of Gujarat, to the north and north-east is the state of Madhya Pradesh. The northern boundary of the district is defined by the great Narmada river.
Map of destinations in Maharashtra