Tourist Places

Shree Ganesh Of Rajur

The GANESH temple of Rajur is situated in north  25 k.m. away from JALNA city. On every Chathurthi lots of pilgrims comes to pray the deity. A largely attended fair is  held at the temple on Angarika Chaturthi.

The Rajur is considered as one of the complete PITH of Lord Ganesh in Ganesh Puran.  Other PITH are at Morgaon, Chinchwad (Pune). The remaining HALF PITH  is Padmalaya.

The Matsyodari devi Temple  of  Ambad

The Matsyodari devi Temple  of  Ambad  situated in south   21 k.m.  away  from Jalna city. Matsyodari, so called because the temple is on the hill which resembles the shape of a fish (matsya).  It is believed to be one of the oldest temples in  the region.

A largely attended annual fair is held at the temple in October, in Navratra.

Jamb Samartha , Ghansawangi

Jamb Samarth, the place where the Sant Ramdas swami born.
This place is in Ghansavangi tahsil of Jalna district.

The Samartha Ramdas was born on Chaitra Shukla Navami Shake 1530 (as per hindu Calender) at 12 P.M., exactly on the time of Ram Janma (Lord Rama’s birth) as the younger son of Suryajipant Thosar Kulkarni and Ranubai. His actual name was ‘Narayan’.

The Elder brother of Sant Ramdas swami was Gangadhar but he is known as ‘Shreshtha’ or ‘Rami Ramdas’. He was born on Margashirsha Vadhya Trayodashi Shake 1527.

A largely attended annual fair helds at the Ram temple On Ram Navami. This Ram temple is situated in Sant Ramdas swami’s home.

The Samrtha temple is built in the meory of Sant Ramdas swami. This temple is managed bya trust which was registered in 1943 by Nanasaheb Dev. The trust comprises 55 members and 11 trusties. Now this trust has its onw land of 240 Hector.

The facility of lodging bording is available by trust. This building is built in the donation received by Mother queen Holkar of Indore in the memory of Shri Devi Ahilyabai Holkar.

Jalicha Dev (Shri Chakradhar swami) Jaidevwadi

‘Jalicha Dev’ is the most important holy place for the Mahanubhav Panth people. It is belived that Shri Chakradhar Swami resided here for some time. It is in the Bhokardan Tahsil on north side.

Anandi Swami Temple , Jalna

This temple is 250 years old and was built by Maratha warrior Mahadji Shinde, on the place where Shri Sant Anand Swami gone under ‘Samadhi’ in Old Jalna. On each Ashadhi Ekadashi a largly attended fair takes place.

Mamma Devi Temple, Jalna

This temple is of ‘Mamam ‘ Devi and at Mastgad, Old Jalna. The daily Kirtan, Bhajan and other holy rituals are getting executed daily. Many people come for Darshan, sepcialy in Navratra.

Guru Ganesh Bhavan At Jalna

Guru Ganesh Bhavan is an important holy place of Jain peoples in the Jalna city.

Guru Ganesh is also knwon as Karnatak Kesari. The jain trust ‘Shri Vardhaman Sthankwasi Jain Shravak Sangh’ is looking after the development of this holy place.This trust is also running institutions viz. schools, school for blinds, library and Gaushala. The Guashala is largest one in whole Marathwada region.

Shree Jagdamba Devi, Mantha

Shri Jagdamba temple of Matha Situated in North 2 k.m.on hill sport from Mantha City.

It is 300 year old Temple. Many people come for Darshan specially on Tuesday.

A Largely attended annual fair is held at the temple in NAVRATRA & CHAITRA PORNIMA.

Moti Baag, Jalna

The Sambhaji Udyan of Nagar Parishad popular by ‘Moti Bag’ is one of the attaction of the Jalna city. It is having a Beautiful Garden with green grass & colourful flowers, Play articles & Mini Train for the Childrens, a Beautiful Beach on the of Moti Talav and the Colourful Music Karanje are the main attactions of the garden.

Kali Masjid At Jalna

There is old mosque situated at the Court Road, old Jalna named as Kali Masjid, where muslim community people take regural prayers and EID Namaj is also arranged over there. The said mosque is nearabout 400 years old and built in Black stone by the holy saint named as Jamshed Khan .


The Mausoleum of Moulai Nuruddin named MAZAR-E-MOULAYA is at At Dongaon Tq.Ambad. Moulai Nuruddin was the a “Walī al-Hind” (representative/caretaker for India) of Dawoodi Bohra dawat, was designated by the Dā’ī, the center of Yemen to run the dawat in India. Moulai Nuruddin went to Cairo, Egypt, to learn, and went to India in 467 AH. and went to the Deccan. He died on Jumadi al-Ula 11 at Dongaon Tq.Ambad, Dist.Jalna.