Population: 460,468

Living in Jalgaon, Maharashtra:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Jalgaon, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Jalgaon what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Jalgaon is one of the most Industrialized city in Maharashtra, known as Banana Capital of India. It’s near the Satpura range, a little distance from Ajanta Caves. Numbers of jobs are there. It’s also known for quality education center, You can have a quality life there and most important a peaceful and healthy Life.

There are not plenty of facilities available in here. You need to be really good in communication and be polite. Being rude to other can land you in trouble and the local policemen won’t support you much in this thing. No worries regarding food; mess are available at affordable prices.

Aarcha, says: 2020

Jalgaon is a tier two city in India. Having said that there are still plenty of things that the city has to offer. Someone moving in must be willing to get accustomed to the culture and cuisine that my city has to offer. My city is famous for bananas and for gold. It is a shopper paradise if someone likes to go for gold shopping.

Sagrika, says: 2020

Jalgaon, a small city in western India. The city is known for its rich banana cultivation and often nicknamed ‘Banana City’. Jalgaon is widely known for its cultural aspects. Jalgaonkars are known as ‘Khandeshi’ and are vividly famous for their Khandeshi Cuisine. Jalgaon is supposed to have the purest form of gold and hence known as the ‘Gold City’.

Jalgaon is city known as city of gold, bananas and is famous for Ajanta caves all over the world. The city is well connected by means of roads, Trains and equipped with an airport. The weather of Jalgaon is quite hot compared to other cities, there are lot of hanging sites gifted to city where you could leisure in free time.

Swapnil, says: 2020

If he moves to my city Jalgaon, he should know a little bit of Marathi language so that he could be well versed with the communication and can survive properly. Also, he should be able to cook some food for himself because in my city the food culture is not that good. Also, he should get an idea about nearest locations like grocery stores like D-Mart beforehand so that he won’t struggle when he arrives.

My city is one of the cities that is currently being developed. If you are a really business minded person or want some kind of profit, I’d prefer that you’d move here since the real estate price is really low right about now and sooner or later the prices would spike up.

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