Pachora is a city and a municipal council in Jalgaon district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.


Pachora is located at . It has an average elevation of 261 metres (856 feet).

pachora also having a large sector for business in maize ,jowar ,cotton cotton cake cotton seed and soyabean oil etc


As of 2001 India census, Pachora had a population of 45,347. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Pachora has an average literacy rate of 69%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 76%, and female literacy is 61%. In Pachora, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Pachora city is situated on the bank of Hivara River in the beautiful valley of satpuda range ajanta hills in the district of Jalgaon of Khandesh region of Maharashtra state in India. It is 50 km away from Jalgaon. Pachora railway junction is on the way of (Mumbai-Delhi-Kolkata-Nagpur) railway network of central railway. Pachora city is located 20-south, 40-north &75-east, 12-west. (20n4275e29 on earth) it is on the height of 261 m away from sea level (856 feet). Population of Pachora is 75000. Pachora is Municipal Council place in Jalgaon District of Maharashtra in Khandesh region. Pachora city has a large infrastructure, which is divided, into main four parts like as 1) Bhadgaon Road to Railway Gate [Educational Hub]. 2) Railway Gate to Hivara River [Business Zone]. 3) Hivara River to Sindhi Camp [Residential Area]. 4) Sindhi Camp to Vasahat (M.I.D.C.) [Industrial Area]. Pachora Municipal Corporation has established on 1st April 1947. Now there are 25 wards are mapped for Pachora Municipal Council with 25 members of Nagarpalika. Pachora also has a Vidhan-Sabha constituency from 1952. Pachora has a large rural infrastructure with 95 Grampanchayat, which is largest in the any other Tehshil place in Maharashtra. For central Pachora is under Erandol Lok-Sabha constituency. Pachora having a heritage of very famous railway Pachora-Jamner (Mini P.J. Train) narrow gauge from Pachora to Jamner, which is nearer to Ajanta caves.


Not much is known about the medieval history of Pachora. It is an island, between two branches of the river 'Hivara'. According to local folk tales of the Katha-Kalptaru sect, Pandawas stayed in Pachora for several days after Bhima killed Bakasura. The town has had many names but Pachora was given to this town by 'Shri Chakradhar Swami', 900 years ago, when traveling through the area with his devotees - Mahandaieca Dhampecia, Mahimbhat & Nagdev Acharya. When he reached Pachora, he went to a poor blacksmith's house and asked the women of the house for a chupatti for dinner. The women had already cooked dinner, not expecting guests, but she gave all they had to the swami. Swami returned back some chapattis and blessed the women. It is from this exchange that the town's name derives.

Pachora participated in the 'Go-Back' National Movement and the freedom movement. In Pachora on 9 Aug 1942 at 'Gandhi Chowk', British officers fired on people in the freedom movement. Two people died and nine were injured. Mahatma Gandhi visited Pachora twice for peace conferences.


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