Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
|Weather 23°C, Wind W at 5 km/h, 39% Humidity|
Nearest cities Kalwan, Satana, India, Malegaon, Chandwad
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Deola is a taluka of Nashik district in Maharashtra, India. It is weekly market for surrounding Villages. Economy of this town is primarily run on Agriculture.
Deola is situated on the confluence of the rivers Kolti and Bhawdi. The town lies on the State highway Vinchur-Prakasha SH-07.
Paanch Kandil (City square with five lamps) is located at the centre of the town where citizens hang out during leisure times.
Recently, in 2015, the town was upgraded from Gram Panchayat to Municipal Council.
The town has notable schools like Karmaveer Ramraoji Aher School & Junior College, Shardadevi Dnyan Vikas Mandir, Tirupati Valley English Medium School, SKD International School.
Up to post graduation level education is available in Deola.
Buses are frequently available to go to Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and nearby towns.
Apart from buses, private cabs commonly famous as Kali-Peeli (Black & yellow colored cabs) ply to the nearby places like Chandwad, Kalwan, Satana & Malegaon.
Onion, tomato, pomegranate, bajra and maize continue to be the major crops grown in Deola. However, farmers are experimenting to encash more money with modern agricultural practices with grapes and sugarcane too.
APMC is market is located in the town for trading agricultaral produce.
Languages to be spoken are Ahirani and Marathi.
Ahirani is a regional lingo derived from Marathi and Gujarati.
Khuntewadi village is 3 km from Deola. This village is known for high literacy rate _Pimpalgaon pimplgav is 6 km from Deola.it is famous for temple Devdareshwar and High school where the village also known as hometown of government servants.
Hotels: Hotel Godavari, located 3 km towards Nasik, is a famous dining place for citizens to spend quality time with family.