Deulvada is a small agricultural village in Waroda tahsil with 802 inhabitants in 1961 and lying about 10.46 km. (six and a half miles) north of Bhadravati. On top of the hill of Deulvada is a small square fort, now in ruins, with four pillars and an old temple standing within. There is also a dry tank to the east of which is a natural mark in the rock fifteen inches long by six inches broad (.381x.152 metres) which is known as 'Bhimsen's Carana' or Bhimsen's foot-print. In the side of the hill are several caves, of which the largest is named Narsinha. The village has a primary school. Drinking water-supply is drawn from the wells.