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Country  India
maharashtra Maharashtra
District Beed
 • Body Nagar Panchayat
 • Total 15,000
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Literacy 95%%
Lok Sabha constituency Beed
Vidhan Sabha constituency Ashti Patoda Shirur (K.)
Civic agency Gram Panchayat
Climate dry (Köppen)

Patoda is a tehsil in Beed subdivision of Beed district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was formerly named Bhameshwar Patoda, with its name being derived from the banyan tree.

Patoda is situated on banks of river Manjra, which is a tributary of river Godavari, and the area is known for its Black cotton soil

Agriculture provides the main source of income in Patoda, with a medium-scale irrigation project located nearby at Mahasangavi, and three smaller irrigation projects also located in the area. Sugar is one of the major crops. However, the region tends to be drought-prone, a factor that has limited Patoda's development. Consequently, many residents hold government jobs or work in the industrial area of Pune.

Patoda has two temples, Sangmeshwar, and Bhameshwar, a market, two senior colleges which name is P. V. P. College, Patoda & Jay Bhavani College Patoda, And School is Bhameshwor Vidyalaya Patoda and Vasantrao Naik Vidyalaya of schools.

Patoda is surrounded by hills. Nearby of Patoda, there is a tourist place called Sutada where is a famous temple along with a waterfall. Deers, Peacock majorly found in Patoda. Patoda is cheapest tourist place.