Yeola is a town, a municipal council and a taluka headquarters in Nashik District in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Yeola is influenced by the local steppe climate. During the year there is little rainfall. This climate is considered to be BSh according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. The average temperature in Yevla is 25.4 °C. Precipitation here averages 525 mm.
Yevla is known for work of a holy Sant Raghuji Baba, who was the main reformer of Yeola City. He built the first mosque in Yeola. People say that when Mughal King Aurangzeb would pass through any city with his army to capture India and if he would not find any mosque Masjid (place of prayers for Muslims), he would destroy the whole city or village. When he was passing through Deccan south part of India or Aurangabad, he also passed Yevla City. A fear erupted in small Yevla City. People of Yevla City were worried about this since no single Muslim live in Yevla City and so there was no mosque or masjid. Raghuji Baba gathered some people and they built a Mosque. But after building the Mosque fear was not gone. Because there were no Muslims in a city. He gathered some Muslim from the surrounding area and brought them to Yevla City. First mosque of Yeola city which called Patel ki Masjid and which is located in Bhaldar Galli near Samadhi of Raghuji Baba. This mosque was built by Hindu. Yevla municipal council is one of the oldest municipal councils in India. It was formed in 1857.
No direct flights or trains or buses are available between Yeola to Nashik. The convenient and fastest way to reach from Yeola to Nashik is to take a taxi from Yevla to Nashik. The cheapest way to reach Nashik from Yeola is to take a train with train number 57515 from Yeola to Manmad then take Dbg Ltt Express from Manmad.