Khadakdeola is a village situated on the banks of a Hivra River on the south side of the Pachora Tehsil in Jalgaon district of Maharashtra state in India of Khandesh province. It is 6 km from Pachora Tehsil and 55 kilometres from Jalgaon city and is located within the productive, irrigated agricultural region of Khandesh. It lies on the border of Jalgaon and Aurangabad districts.
People in this village speak Ahirani and Marathi language.
Khadakdeola has an active Gram panchayat which is known as local government. People in this village are very active in political activities and contribute in district politics.
It has average elevation of 281 metres from sea level.
As of 2011 Census, Khadakdeola had a population of 7,000. Khadakdeola's zipcode is 424201 and Telephone area code is 02596.
Khadakdeola has a Marathi medium school established in 1914 and has educational facilities up to 10th grade for Khadakdeola and nearby villages Student.
The dominant occupation in the village is farming. The area is bestowed with rich black soil and uses advanced irrigation techniques. Cotton, wheat, groundnuts, jowar, bajra, dadar and vegetables are the main crop products of the village. Given good transport facilities, products are traded in markets such as Pachora and Varkhedi. Many farmers are actively involved in finding new and convenient techniques of farming. Other people have opted for professions such as dairy farming or operation of restaurants, retail stores, garages, etc. Ph.D holders are also from the village. Over more than 20 young people from the village are serving in state and central defence forces. Over 10 Master's degree holders from Khadakdeola are associated with organizations in diverse fields such as mechanical, chemical, IT/Software, hospitality and management.
Cultural activities are a core attribute of Khadakdeola Bk. Shiv Jayanti, Ganesh Chaturthi, Krishna Jamanshtami, Navratri, Hanuman Jayanti, Ram Navami, Makar Sankranti, Gudhi Padwa, Akshay Tritya (Aakhaji), Pola, Dasra, Holi, and Diwali are the main festivals celebrated together in Khadakdeola. During the Makar Sankranti and Dasra celebrations, people meet each other and do Pranam to elders, while distributing sweets (Til Gul) and Gold (Aptyachi Pane).
Khadakdeola has a Primary Health Center (PHC) managed by Government. Most of the people go to PHC for basic treatment of common diseases and vaccination of their children.