Katol is a city and a municipal council in Nagpur district of Maharashtra state, India. It is the administrative headquarters of Katol taluka, one of the 14 talukas of this district. Being located in an orange belt it is a major center for orange trading.
In Dvapara Yuga, during the reign of Raja Chandrahasa, Katol’s name was Kuntalapur. Katol is also mentioned in the Ashwamedh canto of the Mahabharat as Kuntalapur. Katol is the location of two of the Hemadpanthi temples, Maa Chandika and Maa Saraswati, which are said to date from the days of Rawan and to have been built in one night by his demons. The mud fort dates from the time of the Gond dynasty.
This city has a tropical climate. In winter, there is much less rainfall than in summer. According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as Aw. The average temperature in Katol is 26.4 °C. In a year, the average rainfall is 989 mm.
Transporters in Katol, Nagpur. The term transporter is used for those firms and companies that carry cargo or heavy objects in large carriers from one destination to another. … Commonly, packers and movers are also regarded as a transportation enterprise as they ship consignments from one part of the country to another.