Situated between Tapi (Tapti) and Godavari rivers, the district of Buldana is pretty fertile and produces good quality cotton, wheat, jowar, bajra and rice, Some part is covered by jungles, rich with teak, salai, neem, babhul, tamarind, mango and peepal trees. Sandalwood also grows in abundance. Panthers, wolves, foxes, bears and deer inhabit the jungles of Buldana. The taluka of Mehekar boasts of a unique salt-water lake, created by a meteor-strike, surrounded by 130 metres tall stone-walls (cliffs). Salt and lead is the main yield around this freak phenomenon. There are some sugarcane factories and orchards. A variety of fruits are grown in Buldana district. The rivers Painganga and Poorna contribute to the region's prosperous condition. The town of Buldana, situated at a high altitude, has pleasant weather all the year round, like any hill station. It is 45 kms away from Malkapur Railway Station in Maharashtra. The city has numerous schools and colleges. A celebrated Vishnu temple at Mehekar is a religious place to visit. Sindkhed Raja, the birth place of Jijabai- mother of Chhatrapati Shivaji, holds tremendous eminence in the history of India.