Umarkhed is a town and a municipal council in Yavatmal district of Vidarbha region of the Indian state of Maharashtra.
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Umarkhed was earlier known as Audumbar Kshetra and then as UmbarKhed and later known as Umarkhed. Audumbar means Umbar or Figs. There were many fig trees.
This place has seen great warriors during the pre-independence era and has actively participated in the movements against British rule, those people also suffered imprisonment along with other great Indian leaders.
Umarkhed is one of the important stops on the Nagpur-Nanded-Tuljapur-Ratnagiri State Highway (MSH No.3). The place is very well connected by other road routes from Andhra Pradesh, which takes us deep into the lap of nature and wildlife. Nanded is nearest railway station and airport for Umarkhed. Many local taxis and auto (three wheeler) runs around Umarkhed and make it convenient to reach for nearby villages. The place is expecting to get its name on the railway map as the plans for Wardha-Nanded railway routes are chalked out.
The nearest district places for Umarkhed are Akola, Amravati, Hingoli Nanded, Washim, and Yavatmal. the new (Mayor)Nagar Adyakshya is Mr. Namdev Sasane
Umarkhed town has very good connectivity. It lies on the Bittargaon-Savargaon Road which forks off here, one arm running towards Hadgaon in Nanded district.