Ariogala ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a city in central Lithuania. It is located on the Dubysa River, which flows through the town.
Ariogala is the Lithuanian name of the city. Versions of the name in other languages include Polish: Ejragoła, Russian: Эйрагола Eiragola, Belarusian: Эйрагола Eirahola, Yiddish: אייראַגאָלע Eyragole.
In 1941 all the Jews from Ariogala and some nearby villages were gathered in a ghetto. At the end of August/beginning of September 1941, around 700 Jewish men, women and children were shot in a field near the village.