Deola is a taluka of Nashik district in Maharashtra, India.
Deola is a taluka of Nashik district in Maharashtra, India. It is weekly market for surrounding Villages. Economy of this town is primarily run on Agriculture. Deola is situated on the confluence of the rivers Kolti and Bhawdi. The town lies on the State highway Vinchur-Prakasha SH-07. PaanchKandil (City square with five lamps) is located at the centre of the town where citizens hang out during leisure times. Recently, in 2015, the town was upgraded from Gram Panchayat to Municipal Council.
Buses are frequently available to go to Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and nearby towns. Apart from buses, private cabs commonly famous as Kali-Peeli (Black & yellow colored cabs) ply to the nearby places like Chandwad, Kalwan, Satana & Malegaon.