It is also called ‘The Banana City Of India’ for its surplus banana farming. It has great religious significance as it has one of the only three Vyasa temples in the world. It was earlier ruled by the Vakatakas who were great builders as well as religious rulers which further signifies its religious and cultural importance.
Located in the middle of the city near DSP Chowk this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was built in the 17th century showcasing the contemporary architecture of that era and also incorporating Nagara-style architecture.
Tarsod Ganpati Temple
this shrine with Lord Ganesha as its chief deity is situated in the Tarsod village near Jalgaon. The temple finds special mention in various manuscripts written by great sages such as scripts written for Sai Baba and Gajanan Maharaj.
Situated near the sacred Bhimkund, this temple has 2 idols of Lord Ganesha and is located at a distance of 30km from Jalgaon. Both the idols are believed to be Swayambhu or self-evolved and the temple is built out of stone following the Hemadpanthi Architectural style.
Patna Devi Temple
Located in the proximity of the Gautala Forest in Chalisgaon this temple enshrines Chandika Devi as its main deity. It was built around the 12th century and a fort-like architecture can be observed at the entrance of the temple.