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A small town five miles east of Wardha, in the British-ruled Central Provinces. On this Imperial Gazetteer map it's located near the western central border of the Nagpur Division. Here is the Imperial Gazetteer's account of the district. In Segaon in 1936 Gandhi established an ashram called Sevagram ('service-village'), where he lived until his death. Sevagram is described in 'The Village of Service ', from Gandhi and His Ashrams by Mark Thomson.

Professor Dennis Dalton's observations about the Ashram in Segaon—could Ambedkar have lived there?.