(Last Updated on : 03/07/2010)
Deoli is located town in the Wardha district of the western state of India, Maharashtra and is the taluka headquarters It is situated 18 km. south west of the district headquarters at Wardha. It is situated 7 km. north of Andori and 7 km. from Sevagram.
Deoli in Maharashtra has good communication network. Sonegaon Airport at Nagpur is the nearest airport and the closest railway station is the Wardha Junction Railway Station. The town is situated on the State Highway 7. It is located at a height of 262 metres (859 feet) above mean sea level. Deoli in Maharashtra is located at 20.67° North latitude and 78.48° East longitude.
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary, Mahakali Dam, Vinoba Bhave's Ashram at Paunar and Gandhiji's Ashram at Sevagram are places of tourist interest in the district. Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary and Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary are suitable short excursion sites in the neighborhood.
According to the 2001 census report, Deoli in Maharashtrahad a population of 15,875 inhabitants. Males constituted 51% of the population and females constitute 49% of the population. In Deoli 12% of the population is less than six years of age. Deoli has an average literacy rate of 72%, which is higher than the national average literacy rate, which is 59.5%. The male literacy rate is 78% and the female literacy rate is 65%.
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