Bhusawal is a small town in the Jalgaon district of the western Indian state of Maharashtra. The district headquarters, Jalgaon, is located at a distance of 25 km. Bhusawala hinterland is famous for its bananas. The city’s railway junction is said to be one of the largest railway yards in the whole of India. Ajanta, famous for its caves, is situated at a distance of 60 km away.
Places to Stay
The district headquarters of Jalgaon has a lot of affordable hotels and lodges. Some of the budget hotels worth a thought are Amar Prem Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 700), Prince Palace (Tariff – Rs. 900), Hotel Sai Palace (Tariff – Rs. 800), Hotel Minerva (Tariff – Rs. 900) among others.
The official language of the area is Marathi. Hindi and Urdu are also widely spoken and understood.
The important festivals of the area are Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September, Diwali in October-November, the month of Ramadan and the two Eid(s).
Places of Interest
Some of the places which are worth visiting in Jalgaon are Gandhi Teerth, Padmalya (Ganesh temple), Mehrun Lake, Muktainagar Temple and others. The world-famous Ajanta Caves are also located in the nearby city of Ajanta.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Ozar Airport near Nasik at a distance of 253 km.
The town has a railway station of its own which is well connected to other parts of the state and the country.
Various buses connect the area to different parts of the state. Private buses are pretty active in the area too. Before going on a holiday, check out various travel portals and get cheap bus tickets.