Jejuri is a city and a municipal council in Pune district in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. It is celebrated for the fundamental sanctuary of Lord Khandoba. It is a celebrated sanctuary town being the family divinity of numerous houses in Maharashtra. It's economy is revolved around organizations taking into account the ious aficionados coming to adore the Khandoba Temple there. As of late the expansion in property rates and the arranging of a worldwide air terminal close to the town has seen a spurt of improvement occurring in the territory. Jejuri had a populace of 14,515. Guys establish 51% of the populace and females 49%.
Jejuri has a normal proficiency rate of 73%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 79%, and female education is 67%. In Jejuri, 14% of the populace is under 6 years old. Jejuri Temple is situated in the Jejuri town, which misleads the southeast of the Pune city of Maharashtra. The town is known for being the setting of one of the venerated sanctuaries in the state, known as the Khandobachi Jejuri. The sanctuary is devoted to Khandoba, otherwise called Mhalsakant or Malhari Martand or Mylaralinga. Khandoba is viewed as the 'Divine force of Jejuri' and is held in incredible adoration by the Dhangars, one of the most seasoned clans in India.