Buldhana, located in Maharashtra, is a City and Municipal Council and serves as the administrative hub of the Buldhana District within the Amravati division. It stands as the second-largest city in the district after Khamgaon and is known for its hill station-like setting, nestled amidst the Ajanta mountain range. Situated about 552 km from Mumbai, Buldhana boasts various religious, historical, and tourist attractions in its vicinity. Notable places include the Shri Gajanan Maharaj Temple in Shegaon (75 km away), the renowned Lonar Crater or Lake (100 km away), Rajmata Jijau’s birthplace Sindkhed Raja (90 km away), Sailani Baba Dargah (25 km away), the World Heritage Site Ajanta Caves (55 km away), and Dnyanganga Wildlife Sanctuary in Botha Forest (20 km away).

The district holds religious significance due to the Shri Gajanan Maharaj Temple in Shegaon, while the Lonar Lake, also called Lonar Crater, is a notable National Geo-heritage Monument located in the district.

The primary language spoken here is Marathi, with over 98% of the city’s population using it as their first language. Marathi is taught in schools as a compulsory subject.

Buldhana is well-connected via National Highway 6 to various major cities of India through Malkapur town (NH753A), as well as via another National Highway NH753E from Khamgaon to Aurangabad via Buldhana.

Despite the absence of a domestic airport, there have been requests for one in Buldhana due to its proximity to pilgrimage and historical sites like Shegaon, Sailani, Lonar, and Sindkhed Raja. The closest airport is located in Jalgaon, approximately 106 km away from the city.

Key attractions in Buldhana District include the Gajanan Maharaj Temple, Lonar Crater, Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Lonar crater lake, Anand Sagar, Vishnu Temple, Shri Gajanan Maharaj Samadhi Temple, and Gomukh Temple.