Ambajogai () is a town in Beed district of Maharashtra, India. It has a number of educational institutes, such as the Rural Medical College, and a engineering college which is one of the best in B.A.M.U. The town is connected to India's freedom fighters and current politicians, such as Swami Ramanand Tirth and Babasaheb Paranjape who fought against razakars to end the Nizam regime in Hyderabad state.This township is known as cultural capital of Marathwada region.
The town has a heritage temple dedicated to the goddess Yogeshwari, which is visited by people all over Maharashtra, largely from the Konkan region. The town has other heritage temples like Kholeshwar, Mukundraj and Dasopant.