The Shrirama mandir near Jalgaon
is an ancient temple belonging to the Peshwa period. Excepting the shrine
of the temple the other parts of the temple including the auditorium and
seating room were built about 70-80 years back by Appa Maharaj, a devotee
of Rama with the financial help of his disciples.
In veneration of the deities in the temple an annual fair is celebrated on the Kartika Sad. On that day the images of Rama, Laxmana and Sita are carried in a palanquin to the river Girna for a bath. After the bath the images are decorated with ornaments and garlands. Devotees visiting the temple on the festival days are mostly from Jalgaon and nearby places. Nearly 25,000 people visit the temple during the days of the fair.
Rail: Jalgaon is well connected by rail as it lies
on the Mumbai
Road: The town of Jalgaon is well connected with road and this town lies along the Mumbai-Nagpur road.
Accommodation is available at the hotels in Jalgaon.