Nandurbar is an authoritative area in the northwest corner (Khandesh Region) of Maharashtra state in India. On 1 July 1998 Dhule was bifurcated as two separate areas currently known as Dhule and Nandurbar. The region’s home office are situated in Nandurbar city. The locale possesses a territory of 5955 km² and has a populace of 16,48,295 of which 15.45% were urban (as of 2001)Nandurbar area is limited toward the south and south-east by the Dhule region, toward the west and north is the province of Gujarat, toward the north and north-east, is the province of Madhya Pradesh. The northern limit of the locale is characterized by the incomparable Narmada River.
The area involves 6 talukas. These talukas are Akkalkuwa, Akrani Mahal (additionally called Dhadgaon), Taloda, Shahada, Nandurbar and Navapur. There is one Lok Sabha supporters in the locale which is Nandurbar (ST) saved for ST. There are four Maharashtra Assembly situates specifically Akkalkuwa (ST), Shahada (ST), Nandurbar (ST), Nawapur (ST).Sakri (ST) and Shirpur (ST) get together seats from Dhule region are likewise important for Nandurbar Lok Sabha seat. Nandurbar is principally an ancestral (Adiwasi) region.
Before 1 July 1998 Nandurbar was essential for the bigger Dhule area. Nandurbar, Dhule and Jalgaon areas framed what was known as the Khandesh region. Dhule was known as the west Khandesh though Jalgaon was known as the east Khandesh. In this way, quite a bit of history pertinent to Khandesh and Dhule, is relevant to Nandurbar. Nandurbar is otherwise called Nandanagri as the lord Named Nandaraja was the leader of this domain.
The antiquated name of this district was Rasika. It is limited on the east by Berar (old Vidarbha), on the north by the Nemad region (antiquated Anupa), and on the south by the Aurangabad (old Mulaka) and Bhir (old Asmaka) locale. Later the nation came to be called Seunadesa in the wake of the lord, Seunchandra of the Early Yadava administration, who governed over it. Hence, its name was changed to Khandesh to suit the title Khan given to the Faruqi lords by Ahmad I of Gujarat.
Starting at 2001 India enumeration, Nandurbar District had a populace of 16,48,295, being 50.62% male and 49.38% female. Nandurbar District has a normal education pace of 46.63%: male proficiency is 55.11%, and female education is 37.93%.
Dialects spoke incorporate Ahirani, a Kandeshi tongue with roughly 780,000 speakers, like Marathi and Bhili. also, Pauri Bareli, a Bhil language with roughly 175 000 speakers, written in the Devanagari content Others are: Marathi, Various Bhili dialects, Gujarati and Hindi. Ahirani is a sublanguage of Marathi.
The Climate of Nandurbar District is commonly Hot and Dry. As the remainder of India Nandurbar District has three unmistakable seasons; summer, Monsoon/Rainy and the Winter season. Summer is from March to mid of June. Summers are normally blistering and dry. During the period of May the late spring is at its pinnacle.
Temperatures can be as high as 45° Celsius during the pinnacle of summer. The Monsoon sets in during the mid or end of June. During this season the climate is typically muggy and hot. The northern and western locales get more precipitation than the remainder of the district. The normal precipitation is 767 mm through the region. Winter is from the period of November to February. Winters are somewhat cold yet dry.