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].
There is the temple of goddess chandeshwari, it is very famous temple among Hindu. This temple is about 300 years old. both Navratri festivals of the year are celebrated here. lakhs of pilgrims visit the temple during Navratri. The castes found in the Mohadi is Halba/Halbi, Teli, Kunbi and scheduled caste people, and less proportion of Muslim the language spoken is the Marathi language.
There are three junior colleges in Mohadi; Zilha Parishad Science and Art, Sulochana Devi Pardhi Science and Art, and Saraswati Art. There are three primary schools; Buniyadi Prathmik Shala, Anand Prathmic Shala, and Kanya Prathmik Shala. There is a civil and criminal court in Mohadi as it is taluka of Bhandara district. The colony area is known as a 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 Nagar Panchayat. the main crop is paddy(rice) in the tahsil. & is coming as a good emerging town on Nagpur tiroda-gonidia main road. nearest railway station for this is Bhandara Road; also called as Warthi; it’s about 10 km from the town. the nearest airport is Nagpur airport . & is well connected by roads too.
Mohadi’s climate is a local steppe climate. During the year, there is little rainfall in Mohadi. According to Koppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as BSh. The average temperature in Mohadi is 24.7 °C. Precipitation here averages 679 mm.