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Mohadi is located in Maharashtra
Location in Maharashtra, India
Country  India
State Maharashtra
District Bhandara
 • Total 4.5 km2 (1.7 sq mi)
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 441909
Telephone code 07197
Vehicle registration MH-36
Nearest city Bhandara ,
Sex ratio 975:1000 /
Literacy 85%%
Lok Sabha constituency Bhandara-Gondiya (Lok Sabha constituency)
Vidhan Sabha constituency Tumsar Asesembly region

Mohadi is a town and a tehsil in Bhandara subdivision of Bhandara district in Nagpur revenue Division in the Berar region in the state of Maharashtra, India.It is located on the State Highway-273 [Bhandara - Tumsar].[1]

there is the temple of goddess chandeshwari, it is very famous temple among hindu. This temple is about 300 years old. The castes found in the Mohadi is Halba/Halbi, Teli, Kunbi and scheduled caste people, and less proportion of Muslim the language spoken is Marathi language. There are three junior college in Mohadi i.e. Zilha Parishad Science and Art Junior College, Sulochana Devi Pardhi Science and Art Junior College, Saraswati Art Junior College. Also there are three primary schools in Mohadi, namely Buniyadi Prathmik Shala, Anand Prathmic Shala and Kanya Prathmik Shala. There is civil and criminal court in Mohadi as it is taluka of Bhandara district. The colony area of Mohadi is known as civil line which is behind the Mohadi tahsil office. The bsnl office known as phone office is on the left side of state way. The administration of the town is handled by Gram panchayat. The Mohadi town is triangular in shape and all the three sides are covered by rivers. In mohadi town BOND WRITER is ASHOK NIMJE in tahasil karyalaya, Mohadi. He is available to solve Real Estate problems and other related in reasonable rate


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