|• Type||state government and central government|
|Elevation||572 m (1,877 ft)|
|• Official||Marathi, Hindi, Urdu|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Osmanabad|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Umarga|
The town of Umarga is situated on National Highway 9 (Pune to Hyderabad). It is located 85 km by road east of the city of Solapur, 95 km by road from the district capital of Osmanabad, and 20 km west of the Karnataka-Maharashtra State boundary. The nearest towns are Turori, Is locate 8 km (east west from NH9 Umarga), Diggi (17 km), Madaj (16 km by road to the southwest), and Murum. is best village of Osmanabad district Ħ which is 26 km by road to the east on NH-9. The town of Umarga has an elevation of 572 metres (1876 feet). Google map="https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/Omerga"
Economy and infrastructure
Agriculture and agriculture related services are the main income source for the people here. There is one sugar factory namely SHRI VITTHALSAI S.S.K. Ltd. (MURUM) and another two factories under construction. Umarga has a MIDC industrial park of 2500 hectares. Umarga has one of the best healthcare services and Health professionals. These services beats even District City of Osmanabad. Healthcare services are not only beneficial for locals but also adjacent Karnataka and Telangana state people.
- Mahadev Mandir (Shiva Temple): Umarga has a 1000-year-old ancient magnificent "Hemadpanthi" Temple of Lord Shiva. This indicates its roots linked to the Shilahar, Rastrkuta, Chalukya Dynasty.
- Birudev Temple is on Latur Road. Birudev is worshiped as the god of the Dhangar community.
- Hanuman Mandir
- Kala Maruti Mandir: is situated on Hyderabad road
- Tulja Bhawani Temple and Renuka Mata Temple
- Sayad Basha Mosque
- Mahebubsubhani mosque
Religious places in Turori
- Achalbet Devastan
- Kapil Vastu Buddha Vihar
- Vahya Bandenavaj
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