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Yavatmal district is located in western India in the state of Maharashtra. The district was given to the East India Company in 1853 along with Berar.

Later in 1864 the taluka of Yavatmal were included first into South East Berar district and later Wani district. In 1905 the Yavatmal district was formed. Yavatmal District Map is of great use on tour to the district.

Geographic Location of Yavatmal:
The district is situated in the Wardha Penganga-Wainganga plain. To the north of the district are the Wardha and Amravati districts. To the east is Chandrapur district and to the south are Nanded district and the state of Andhra Pradesh. The districts of Parbhani and Akola also surround Yavatmal.

Climatic Condition of Yavatmal:
Yavatmal generally experiences hot and dry summers while moderately cold winters. Temperature is extremely high during the summers. During the summers daily temperature is about 42 degree Celsius. While in the winters, daily temperature is about 13 degree Celsius. Monsoons are humid in the Yavatmal district.

Time Zone:
Yavatmal follows Asia/Kolkata time zone id.

History of Yavatmal:
Yavatmal along with Berar is believed to be a part of the kingdom of Vidarbha. In ancient time great dynasties such as the Chalukya, the Rashtrakuta, the Mughal and the Great Maratha ruled over the district of Yavatmal. Later in the year 1853, British East India Company took over Berar. Initially, Yavatmal was part of Madhya Pradesh. However, in the year 1956 District of Yavatmal became a part of the Bombay state. In 1960, when Maharashtra came into existence, Yavatmal District became a part of the Maharashtra state.

Rivers and tributaries in Yavatmal:
The chief rivers of Yavatmal are the Wardha and the Penganga. Both these rivers flow along the border of the District.

Bembala and the Nirgurguda are the main tributaries of the Wardha. While Pus, Arunavati, Adan, Waghadi, Khuni, and Vidarbha are the main tributaries of the Penganga

Languages spoken in Yavatmal:
Marathi, English, Hindi and Urdu are the common dialects used by the people of Yavatmal.

Demographics of Yavatmal:
The population of the district is around 2077144.

Economy of Yavatmal:
Yavatmal district is one of the major cotton growing districts in the state. Cotton is an important cash crop here.

Industries in Yavatmal:
There are several small-scale and large scale industries in Yavatmal district a few of them are discussed below.

Short scale industries:
  • Handloom
  • Rolling Bidis
  • Handmade Paper
Large scale industries:
  • Ginning and Pressing Mills
  • Spinning Mills
  • Sugar Factory
Other factories:
  • Oil Mills
Education in Yavatmal:
  • Babasaheb Naik College of Engineering
  • Gunwantrao Deshmukh College of Education
  • Jawaharlal Darda Institute of Engineering & Technology
  • Shri Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College
  • Manoharrao Nanasaheb Deshmukh Arts & Science College
  • Janata Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Phulsing Naik Mahavidyalaya
Tourist Attractions in Yavatmal:
There are a number of tourist destinations in the district. Fairs are also held in various parts of the district throughout the year. Some of the places worth a visit are Kalamb, Arni, Wani, Ghatanji and Kaleshwar.

Some of the important fairs held here are Shri Ranganath Swami and Ghanti Baba at Digras and Wani. The town of Ghatanji hosts Maroti Mahraj fair, Wani hosts Mahashivaratri, Kalamb hosts Shir Chintamani fair and Mahur hosts Datta jayanti fair.

Hotels in Yavatmal:
Midtown Hotel,
07232 - 242438

Hotel Revati Pride,
07232 - 255040

Hotel Gulmohar
07232 - 246752

Gyansons Hotel
07232 - 243288

Hotel Galaxy
07232 - 244369

Hotel Dwarka Delux,
07232 - 244232

Hotel Asharay
07232 - 242310

Hotel Paradies
07232 - 241289

Getting to Yavatmal:
The district headquarters Yavatmal town is connected to various tehsil headquarters. The town is also connected by a railway line with Achalpur.

Last Updated on : 25/04/2013