Yoli.-Amraoti taluk, 16 miles from Amraoti and 4 miles from Mahuli on the Morsi road. The land around the village is boggy and communication is difficult during the rains. The population is 2059. The teacher of the vernacular school is in charge of a branch post office and the' patel manages a cattle pound.
Yeoda.-Daryapur taluk, houses 832, population 3419, a large village having 11,556 acres of land under cultivation and paying Rs. 30,000 land revenue; totals only surpassed in Berar by Shegaon in the Buldana District. Under the Nizam, a Naib Peshkar or Mahalkari named Ukadsing was stationed here for a considerable time and built the temple of Ramchandra, still in existence. Marathi and Urdu schools are established here. The village is occasionally spoken of as Yeoda Ukadsing.