Discover The Sugar Belt Of India, Latur: Top Tourist Attractions!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Latur is known as the sugar belt of Maharashtra and is a green city. Latur makes the most sugar because it has more than eleven sugar factories.

The 12 caves that make up the Kharosa caves were built around the year 600. It is in the village of Kharosa, which is about 45 kilometres away from the city of Latur.

Kharosa Caves

Ausa fort was important during post-Bahamani Delhi sultanate conflicts. This fort is in a ground-level depression surrounded by high land.

Ausa Fort

It was built before the time of the Bahamans, and the saint Udaygiri rishi gave it its name. When people visit this place, they can see writings in Arabic and Persian.

Udgir Fort

Latur, Maharashtra's Nana Nani Park is great for relaxing. This park has benches, a jogging track, and lots of greenery.

Nana Nani Park

Wadwal Nagnath Bet is noted for its uncommon Ayurvedic herbs and bushes. Latur city is 39 kilometres from the 700-foot hill.

Wadwal Nagnath Bet

Ganj Golai is a temple of Goddess Jagdamba that was built in 1917. It is a beautiful piece of architecture in the middle of the city of Latur.

Ganj Golai

Shri Ashtavinayak mandir is made in the style of south India. It has gardens and a fake fountain that make it look nice.

Shri Ashtavinayak Mandir

The Hattibet Devarajan is a hill shaped like an elephant. It is 16 km from the city of Udgir. This place is proud of its old temples, caves, sculptures, and carvings.

Hattibet Devarajan

Saint Saifullah shaha saradi is buried in Surat shawali daragah. It was built in 1939, and both Hindus and Muslims come to see it.

Surat Shawali Dargah

Latur is 2 kilometres from Siddheshwar Ratneshwar temple. King Tamradwaj built it for his devotion to Lord Siddharameshwar of Solapur.

Siddheshwar Ratneshwar Temple