Gadchiroli (Marathi: ) is a town and a municipal council in Gadchiroli district in the state of Maharashtra, central India. It is the administrative headquarters of the district. Gadchiroli is located at 20°06N 80°00E / 20.10°N 80.0°E / 20.10; 80.0. It has an average elevation of 217 metres (715 feet). Gadchiroli District is one of the biggest in Maharashtra in terms of area.
The main languages spoken are Marathi, Hindi, Bengali, Gondi, Madiya and Telugu. Also it is considered to be beautiful during the monsoon season. It is surrounded by a teak wood forest. People live traditionally here, they celebrate festivals such as Diwali, Dasra, Durgapuja, Kalipuja and Holi. The literacy rate is improving as the city grows.