Bramhapuri is a city and municipal council in Chandrapur district in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the second largest city in the district after Chandrapur.
The climate here is generally hot and dry whereas in the rainy season it is humid and the rainfall is quite heavy. The temperature in summer goes above 45 °C and in winter drops below 10 °C.From last few years this town is known in the top five hottest cities of India
Bramhapuri was also a city in the Satavahana dynasty, with many burnt-brick houses, numerous glass beads and coins. Many bronze objects were excavated from there, many of which are Indian but few were also of Roman and Italian origin, that can be attributed to the Satavahana period.
In 1854, when Chandrapur was formed as an independent district, it included Bramhapuri as a tehsil in 1874. Afterwards a new tehsil with headquarters at Gadchiroli was created in 1905 by transfer of zamindari estates from Bramhapuri and Chandrapur tehsil