|Elevation||273 m (896 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Geography and climate
It borders the Jalgaon Jamod tehsil to the north, the Shegaon tehsil of the Buldhana District to the south, the Telhara tehsil of the Akola District to the east and the Burhanpur District of the Madhya Pradesh State to the north.
It has an average elevation of 273 metres (898 feet).
The Maharashtra State Highways 173, 194 and 195 pass through the tehsil and connect to the following:
- 173 ( Shegaon - Warwat Bakal - Bawanbir - Tunki ), connecting Khamgaon on National Highway 6 from Shegaon.
- 194 ( Khandvi - Jalgaon Jamod - Tunki - Sonala - Akot - Daryapur - Nandgaon), connecting National Highway 6 at both ends at Nandura on Khandvi side and at Nadgaon
- 195 ( Jalgaon Jamod - Sangrampur - Warwat Bakal - Telhara - Warula) connecting MH SH 194 and MH SH 24.
Sangrampur is located at latitude 21.03° North and longitude 76.68° East. It is at an altitude of 896 ft (273 m) above sea level. Sangrampur has a subtropical steppe climate (Köppen climate classification Bsh) Annual temperatures range from a high of 45.1 °C (113.18 °F) to a low of 5.7 °C (42.26 °F).
Summers starts at end of March and it tills to start of June. Sangrampur lies on the Tropic of Cancer and becomes very hot during the summer, especially in May. It is cooler at night. Humidity is always low below 25%. Highest temperature ever recorded in summer is 45.1 °C in the month of May.
Winters start here in mid October to till February. Winters are very cold at night to warm and breezy in day. Record low temperature was recorded was 5.7 °C. Winter period is pleasant period of the year with blue clear skies.
Because of Monsoon influenced, monsoon starts from early June with heavy rains in the months of July, August and September. The annual rainfall averages 900–950 millimetres (35–37 in) per year. Most of the rainfall occurs in the monsoon season between June and September, but some rain does fall during January and February.
On the north, Sangrampur is bordered by the Satpura Hills and forest region.
Sangrampur tehsil is part of the Jalgaon Jamod Sub-Division for Revenue of the Buldhana district, along with the Jalgaon Jamod Tehsil.
The tehsil has an area of 594 kilometres (369 mi) and consists of 105 villages, totaling a population of around 97,000
Some of these villages and their population are:
6-Rohin Khindki 848
9-Pingli Kh. 621
10-Pingli Bk. 477
15-Hadiya Mahal 487 16-Shivani 1141
18-Shewaga Kh. 187
19-Malthana Bk. 244
20-Shewaga Bk 169
22-Lohagaon Bk. 381
24-Tunki Kh. 476
25-Panchala Pr.jamod 223
26-Panchala Pr.Bawanbir 226
27-Tunki Bk. 4625
30-Sangrampur Pr.sonala 184
35-Khalad Bk. 143
41-Sawala or Sawali 577
42-Dhamangaon 1019 43-Palshi Zasi 3141
44-Warwat Bakal 4976
45-Banoda Eklara 2903
46-Kakanwada Bk. 1462
48-Wadgaon Pr Adgaon 1305
50-Kakanwada Khurd. 1010
52-Pimpari Adgaon 1400
54-Akoli Bk. 910
55-Akoli Kh. 251
56-Changefal Bk. 665
57-Changefal Kh. 707
59-Sangrampur Pr.jamod 6506
61-Pimpri Kathargaon 566
71-Pimpri Kavthal 461
80-Ukali Bk. 1216
82-Paturda Khurd 1564
83-Khel Thorat Paturda 2054
84-Warwat Khanderao 1447
85-Hingana Kavthal 360
93-Khel Dalavi Paturda 1803
94-Khel Bhogal Paturda 2346
96-Khel Mali Paturda 1981
97-Takali Panchgavhan 503
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Agriculture is the main occupation within the tehsil and Sangrampur has an Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) (Krishi Utpann Bajar samiti), with a subcommittee at Paturda, Warwat Bakal and Sonala.
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Sangrampur
- Sangrampur Taluka
- Pin codes of Buldhana district, Buldhana pincodes, Maharashtra zip code
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
- Buldhana District Disaster Plan, Relief & Rehabilitation Division, Revenue and Forest Department, Government of Maharashtra