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Buldhana (Marathi: बुलढाणा जिल्हा) is the district headquarters and a Municipal Council in the Buldhana District of Amravati division in the Indian State of Maharashtra. It is situated at the westernmost border of Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and is 500 km from the state capital, Mumbai.
It is bounded by Madhya Pradesh on the north, Akola, Washim, and Amravati districts on the east, Jalna district on the south, and Jalgaon and Aurangabad districts on the west.
It is also known as the "Vidharbhacha Praveshdwar". The city has an amazing location amidst the Mountains and it is also a Hill Station.
Hence very few attraction places can be found here. They are:
Historic and pilgrimage centres :
A salt-lake (Lonar crater lake) formed due to an impact is one of the main tourist attractions of this region. The crater is believed to be formed by the sheer impact of a meteorite weighing 2 million tones, 60 meters wide, travelling at a speed of 90,000 kilometres per hour. This collision is said to have happened some 52,000 years ago creating a dent in the earth, and is 1830 meters in diameter and 150 meters deep. The crater gets its name from the place where it impacted, Lonar. This crater is the worlds oldest meteorite crater and the only meteorite crater in basaltic rock.
Shegaon, a religious place made famous by the saint Gajanan Maharaj is also in Buldhana district.
Sindkhed Raja,the birthplace of Maa Jijau, mother of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, is also located in Buldhana district.
बुलडाणा जिल्हा पक्षानुसार राजकीय पदाधिकारी
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