Jambhulghat, situated about 12.87 km. (eight miles) north-east of Cimur and 65.98 km. (41 miles) from Waroda town is a fair sized village in Waroda tahsil with a population of 721 in 1961. On every Tuesday is held here one of the best markets in the district and during the open season becomes a regular fair, being patronised by dealers and inhabitants from Umred, Paoni and many other places from outside the district. A considerable trade is done in cattle; two varieties of bullocks, viz., the heavy bullock from Nagpur for use in black soil and the  small hardy breed from the eastern jungles or the district, suitable for rice country, being most in demand. Agricultural produce also is largely dealt in. About one and a half kilometres from the village are extensive quarries of soapstone and close to these are others of black serpentine which are not worked now. From this stone, cups, pestles and mortars can be made. It is stated that once these quarries were regularly worked for three years by Raghuji III, Raja of Nagpur, who employed on them for eight months out of the twelve on fixed wages about 250 persons, the stone being principally used in the construction of a temple at Nagpur. Jambhulghat contains a middle school, a rest-house, a medical practitioner, a branch post office and a forest post. Wells and a tank supply drinking water.