I had been to Jalna by road in the month of March 2016. Jalna is an important stop-over in the tourism circuit of Maharashtra. The must-visit places in and around Jalna include Moti Baag, Moti Talaab and Jalna Fort. Incidentally, Jalna district is the birth-place of Samarth Ramadas Swami. The Moti Baag is one of the main attractions of Jalna City. It has a beautiful garden fully covered with grass and greenery and it also boasts of a mini train set to entice young children to this majestic abode of greenery and beauty. Moti Talaab is a big tank located to the west of Jalna town. This majestic structure has a water system which supplies water through the medium of reservoirs through pipes. This system, however is no longer in existence in Jalna town. The Jalna Fort is located to the east of the town and known as Mastgad today. The citadel today houses the municipal offices which is beautifully decorated with galleries and chambers. The citadel dates back to the persian era with the date of construction being described on it.
Good service provide in the hotel lalaji. The rooms in the lalaji hotel is fress and injoyful. This hotel location is near railway station of the Aurangabad. The internal looking of the hotel lalaji. Bathrooms and toilet in the hotel is also fress and cleaning by regularly. They have good service provide and they have respect to thair guests.
Jalna town is the administrative headquarters of the district of Jalna in Maharashtra. This small town is part of the Aurangabad Division and covers an area of around 7,718 sq km. The north of this town is surrounded by Jalgaon District and on the east is bordered by Parbhani District. Besides, the name Jalna is derived from the occupation of Julaha or weaver, which was practised by a wealthy Muslim merchant.
The town is situated close to Jamb Samarth village, which is considered to be the birthplace of Samarth Ramdas Swami. Satmala and Ajanta Hills surround the district towards the northern side. The town of Jalna was part of the former princely state of Hyderabad, but after Indian independence it was transferred to Aurangabad District. On 1st May 1982, Jalna District was formed which comprises the main towns of Jalna, Jafrabad and Bhokardan.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Rama and Goddess Sita are believed to have resided here. It was also a residence of the famous Abul Fazl and was part of the kingdom of Nizam ul Mulk Asaf Jah. Besides, Jalna was held as a jagir by one of the generals of Akbar during the Mughal Empire. For a brief period of time, Jalna was under the rule of dependants of Shinde, but was annexed by a rival from Pune during the Battle of Udgir in 1760.
In 1803, Jalna witnessed the Battle of Assaye, during which the district came under the rule of Colonel Stevenson's Troops. Later, the entire district was captured by the Nizam of Hyderabad and was part of the Nizam’s rule till Indian independence. Jalna town is famous for the beautiful ancient temples, which include Shree Ganesh Temple, Matsyodari Devi Temple, Mamma Devi Temple and Anandi Swami Temple.
Chikkalthana Airport, popularly known as the Aurangabad Airport, is the nearest airport from Jalna which is located around 53 km away. Jalna Railway Station is well-connected with the nearest railhead at Aurangabad. Buses and taxis are frequently available from Aurangabad, Mumbai and other neighbouring cities to reach the town of Jalna.
Summers in Jalna are a bit hot and are not suitable for sightseeing and tourist activities. The best season to travel to Jalna is the winter season, which commences in November and ends in February.