This mostly rural region covers 7569 km2, with 241.4 km2 of urban area, with a population of 1,660,311 people, 16.96 percent of whom live in cities (as of 2011). About Osmanabad The district of Osmanabad has an arid climate. The rainy season begins in mid-June and lasts until the end of September. The weather is humid from October through November. Winter lasts from the middle of November to the beginning of January. The weather is dry from February through March. Summer lasts from April to June. In comparison to other districts in the Marathwada region, the temperature in Osmanabad district is moderate throughout the summer. Profile of the District The district of Osmanabad is located in the state's southern region. The majority of the district is rocky, while the rest is flat. The district is 600 metres above sea level. The district is encircled on all sides by a small mountain known as "Balaghat." The Balaghat mountain range encompasses the tahsils of Bhoom, Washi, Kalamb, Osmanabad, and Tuljapur.This district encompasses a portion of the important rivers Godawari and Bhima.The district lies on the eastern edge of the Marathwada area, between North latitude 17.35 and 18.40 degrees and East latitude 75.16 and 76.40 degrees. Tourist Places Shri Tuljabhavani Mandir - Tuljapur,Naldurg Fort - Naldurg,Dharashiv Caves - Osmanabad,Paranda Fort,Ter (Tagar) Naldurg Fort, Paranda fort, Udgir,Brahmanical Buddhist, Mahadeva , Elura Jaina, Dharashiv Caves. How to Reach By Air: The closest international airport is Pune International Airport, which is approximately 261 kilometres from Osmanabad. By Train: Osmanabad has its own railway station, Osmanabad Railway Station, which is connected to Maharashtra's major cities. By Road: Osmanabad is 67 kilometres from Solapur, 73 kilometres from Latur, 109 kilometres from Pandharpur, 114 kilometres from Beed, 204 kilometres from Nanded, 242 kilometres from Aurangabad, 260 kilometres from Pune, 275 kilometres from Shirdi, 326 kilometres from Hyderabad, and 411 kilometres from Mumbai.
Osmanabad district lies in the southern part of state. It lies on the Deccan plateau, about 600 m above sea level. Parts of the sina, Manjira and Terna River flow through the district. The district is located on the east side of the Marathwada region between latitude 17.35 to 18.40 degrees north, and latitude 75.16 to 76.40 degrees east. Osmanabad District is bordered by the Beed District to the north, Latur District to the east, Solapur District to the west, Ahmednagar district to the north-west and the Bidar and Gulbarga districts of state of Karnataka to the south. Most of the district lies in the hilly areas of the Balaghat Range.