Jalgaon Travel Guide

Jalgaon is a prominent industry center in pipe manufacturing, pulse milling, biofertilizer production and mattress manufacturing. Jalgaon is a significant collection and distribution center of agricultural goods and agriculture input industry (including biofertilizers). Jalgaon is also well known for banana production. The city is also famous for its gold market which has reputation of being pure. The Jalgaon city surrounded by various well known and reputed industries like irrigation, pipe, forging, cloths. Jalgaon is nowadays becoming a well trading centre of Maharashtra and a leading producer of sugarcane.

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Vangyacha Bharit is another popular dish that is liked by most of the people in Maharashtra. It is served with chapattis and tastes best with Bhakhri along with Zunka, which is a preparation of onions and beans. The main ingredients that are included in Vaangi Bharit are eggplant, spring onions, garlic, green chillies, coriander leaves and oil. Eggplant is directly roasted on open flames and then it is mashed along other ingredients and is served hot.Khichdi is a quick and simple dish that is healthy and easily digested. It is the best food option when you come back from office very late or you are in a hurry. Khichdi is a mixture of rice, lentils, tomatoes, onions and other spices and is served hot with ghee, curd or butter.

Jalgaon is known for its temples and places of religious importance. Here, entertainment is mainly about fairs in different temples or the celebrations in temples. However, with the development of the city many shopping malls have come up which is a major source of entertainment now. Also the museums and beautiful lakes in the city are often visited by people.Jalgaon is known for having one of the biggest jewellery markets in Maharashtra and hence it is famously called as the Gold city. Here you can find all kinds of different designer gold jewellery.

The units of Indian currency are the rupee and the paisa (100 paise is equal to one rupee). Paper money comes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees. Coins are in denominations of 50 paise, one rupee, two rupees, five rupees and ten rupees. Importing and exporting the currency is strictly against the rules. International airports have currency-exchange booths that are always open for arriving or departing overseas flights. A good idea would be to change certain amount of money in small denominations. It is probably better to ask before taking pictures of people while some may be thrilled, others may find it offensive. Some tourist spots such as religious shrines and restricted areas may prohibit photography.

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