Mahagaon is located in Pusad subdivision of Yavatmal district in the state of Maharashtra, India.
It is located on the Maharashtra State Highway-3 MH MSH-3 and Maharashtra State Highways MH SH-183 connecting to Deulgaon Raja in Buldhana district and MH-232 connecting Kinwat town in Nanded district.
Mahagaon is a small and beautiful taluka place famously known as COTTON TOWN situated in Yavatmal District of Maharashtra.
Mahagaon’s climate is classified as tropical. When compared with winter, the summers have much more rainfall. The Koppen-Geiger climate classification is Aw. The temperature here averages 24.8 °C. The rainfall here averages 1555 mm.
East India Company created Berar Province in 1853, Yavatmal became part of East Berar District in 1863 and later part of the South East Berar district, both districts of the Central Provinces and Berar. Mahagaon remained part of Madhya Pradesh until the 1956 reorganization of states when it was transferred to the Bombay State. With the creation of the Maharashtra state on 1 May 1960, Mahagaon along with Yavatmal district became a part of it.
Mahagaon is surrounded by hills from almost all the sides and is a little lower elevation than these hills. Pus Nadi is a lifeline of the town and also a source of drinking water and irrigation water.