Shrirampur, located in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district, is a city with geographical coordinates 19.62 N, 74.66 E in western Maharashtra. Often referred to as the ‘Sugar City of Maharashtra,’ Shrirampur was an early site where the British introduced sugar plantations. The city boasts a diverse and cosmopolitan society, showcasing various religious and linguistic communities. Visitors can explore numerous religious sites, including the Sri Ram Temple, Hanuman Temple, Sayyed Baba Dargah, and St. Theresa Church. The city’s Ramnavami festival at the Sri Ram Temple is a significant cultural event. Shrirampur is renowned for its sugarcane cultivation, with vast sugarcane farms and processing factories being notable features. Notable individuals from Shrirampur include Annasaheb Shinde, Karamshi Jethabhai Somaiya, and cricketer Zaheer Khan.

Transport options in Shrirampur are efficient and varied. Public buses connect major routes within the city and to nearby areas, favored by local commuters. Auto-rickshaws serve as popular local transport. Tourists can choose private cars or taxis for sightseeing. Aurangabad Airport offers approximately four daily flights, mainly operated by Air India. Shrirampur is surrounded by Rahuri, Vaijapur, and Sangamner, making them suitable destinations for short weekend getaways.