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Location: Yavatmal District

Yavatmal District
Yavatmal district formerly known as Yeotmal is a district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located in the region of Vidarbha, in the east-central part of the state. It is Vidarbha’s third-largest district by population, after Nagpur and Amravati. Yavatmal town is the administrative headquarters of the district. The incumbent district collector is Ashwin Mudgal.
Climate
This city has a tropical climate. The summers here have a good deal of rainfall, while the winters have very little. The Koppen-Geiger climate classification is Aw. In Yavatmal, the average annual temperature is 26.8 °C. The rainfall here averages 1071 mm.
History
It is believed that Yavatmal, along with the rest of the former Berar province, was part of the legendary kingdom of Vidarbhamentioned in the Mahabharata. Berar also formed part of the Mauryan Empire during the reign of Ashoka (272 to 231 BCE). Berar later came under the rule of the Satavahana dynasty (2nd century BCE to 2nd century CE), the Vakataka dynasty (3rd to 6th centuries), the Chalukya dynasty (6th to 8th centuries), the Rashtrakuta dynasty (8th to 10th centuries), the Western Chalukya (10th to 12th centuries), and finally the Yadava dynasty of Devagiri (late 12th to early 14th centuries). A period of Muslim rule began when Ala ud din Khilji, Sultan of Delhi, conquered the region in the early 14th century. The region was part of the Bahmani Sultanate, which broke away from the Delhi Sultanate in the mid-14th century. The Bahmani Sultanate broke into smaller sultanates at the end of the 15th century, and in 1572 Berar became part of the Nizam Shahi sultanate, based at Ahmednagar. The Nizam Shahis ceded Berar to the Mughal Empire in 1595. As Mughal rule started to unravel at the start of the 18th century, Asaf Jah I, Nizam of Hyderabad, seized the southern provinces of the empire (including Berar) in 1724, forming an independent state.
Transportation
National Highway 7 (NH7) passes through the district.
Place of interest
• Arni, Digras,
• Ghatanji,
• Kalamb,
• Kaleshwar,
• Ner,
• Wani(Shir Ranganath Swami Temple)

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