Shahādā (Devanagari: शहादा), one of the 6 Tehsils in the Nandurbar district, is a town situated in the northwest corner (Khandesh Region) of Maharashtra state in India. Shahādā town was in Dhule District until 1 July 1998, when Dhule district was divided to create Nandurbar District. Shahada is especially known for educational facilities and religious village Dakshin Kashi which is 15 km from Shahada.
Other Notable Places in or near Shahādā:
- Toranmal is the 2nd coolest hill station in Maharashtra state and is near Shahādā (approx. 40 km). It is the second highest place in Maharashtra, and its coolest place; there is the Yashwant Lake which is natural and full of flowering lotus; many people think that it is one of the best place for holidays.
- Unapdev (25 km from Shahādā) is a pleasant picnic point in Shahādā tahsil. It is famous for a permanent natural hot water source, which always flows even in hot summer. It always had water coming from a structure in the shape like a cow's mouth, until the river side structure was destroyed partially by a flood caused by a heavy rainfall in the region in June 2007.
- Mhasawad, is situated in the northwest corner (Khandesh Region).