Bhusawal also spelt as Bhusaval is a city and a municipal council (established in 1882) in Jalgaon district in the state of Maharashtra, India. Bhusawal is located on the bank of Tapi river, The Tapti River ancient original name Tapi River, is a river in central India. It is one of the major rivers (only the Tapi River along with the Narmada river, and the Mahi River run from east to west) of peninsular India with a length of around 724 kilometres (450 mi). Bhusawal railway station has very good railway connectivity, and is an important divisional headquarters of Central Railway of the Indian Railways. It is on both the Howrah-Allahabad-Mumbai line and the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line. Bhusawal railway division is one of the five railway division under Central Railway Zone is headquartered at Bhusawal. The famous American 1956 movie, Bhowani Junction features a railway station that was modelled on the Bhusawal railway station. Bhusawal is a very big junction on Central Railway (The biggest railway station in Maharashtra). Mumbai – Delhi(North/West) & Mumbai-Kolkata (East/West) connections splits at this Junction. There is a Zonal Training Center for Railway Staff in Bhusawal. ZTC is the area known popularly. P.O.H. & M.O.H. are the two overhauling units work 24 hrs for maintenance of locomotive engines. When steam locomotives were used in India, this was a big Steam loco shed for the same and due to river Tapi, the train usually used to stop here to get water and stock for loco engines as well as passenger utility. A unique '#' crossing (known as diamond crossing) of railway line - which is in 90 degree to each other is seen here first. Bhusawal is the nearest such a railway junction to Ajanta (60 km away), where every train has a stop. Bhusawal railway yard is one of the biggest yard in Asia. It is second largest yard in Asia. Delicacies of Bhusawal: Bhusawal is also famous for its banana cultivation. Traders from various parts of the country come to Bhusawal to buy raw bananas. Bananas are exported to different countries across the world. Bhusawal is also known for its special white brinjals that are grown locally in the nearby areas. They often constitute the delicacies in local marriages, along with daal baati toop (a lentil dish served with ghee) served with peanut garlic chutney. "Banducha Vada-Pav" and "Ghasilal Vada-Pav" of Bhusawal are famous in whole Jalgaon District. People from nearby villages hardly miss to visit these places.

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