Nandurbar District

Population: 1646177 (2011)

State: Maharashtra

Language: Marathi

Headquarters: Nandurbar


Date of formation: Nandurbar District was carved out of Dhule District on 1st July 1998

Area: 5955 square kilometers

Density of population: 276 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 63.04 % - Male: 71.98 %, Female: 53.90 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:972


Boundaries of Nandurbar District


North and West: Gujarat

South and Southeast: Dhule District, Maharashtra

North and Northeast: Madhya Pradesh


Nandurbar District Average Rainfall: 767 mm

Nandurbar District Maximum Temperature in Summer: 38 deg C

Nandurbar District Minimum Temperature in Winter: 11 deg C





Major Rivers: Narmada River, Tapi River, Vaki River

Taluks: Shahada, Nandurbar, Navapur, Talode, Akkalkuwa, Akrani

Assembly Constituencies: Nandurbar, Akkalkuwa, Navapur, Shahada


Nandurbar District Nearby Attractions


1. Toranmal

2. Yashwant Lake

3. Unapdev

4. Asthamba

5. Prakasha in Shahada Tehsil

6. God Shree Ganesha Temple at Jayanagar

7. Shri Datta Temple at Sarangkheda

8. Astamba Yatra in Akrani

9. Dandapaneshwar Ganesh Mandir


Nandurbar District Facts: It is one of the 12 most backward districts in Maharashtra receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program. A person from this district was the first one to get the 12 digit Unique Identification number of Indian Government on 29th September 2010.       


Major Agricultural Products: Jawar, wheat, rice, toor, groundnuts, chilly, sugarcane, cotton, mango, banana


What is Nandurbar District Famous For: World’s largest wind farm with an output of 1000 MW


People: Tribal people namely Bhil, Pardhi, Gomit, Gavit, Pavare, Mavchi, Dhanka, Kaikadi, Dhelari 


Nandurbar Pin Codes

Last Updated : Friday Jun 15 , 2012


Places in Nandurbar District