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Shrikshetra Nagzari

Shrikshetra Nagzari
—  village  —
Country India
State Maharashtra
District(s) Buldhana
Nearest city Shegaon, Paras, Gaigaon, Akola
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)

ShriShetra Nagzari is a village in Shegaon tehsil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra State, India.

There is a small Central Railway Station located between Shegaon and Akola on the BhusawalBadnera section of Bhusawal division of Central Railway.


As of 2001 India census,[1] ShriShetra Nagzari had a population of 5000


There are temple of Shri Nageshwar and math of Shri Gomaji Maharaj.

The town post office Postal Index Number (PIN code) is 444203 and PIN is shared with Shegaon, Adsul, Alsana, Bhongaon, Chincholi Karfarma, Janori Nipana, Jawala Budruk, Manasgaon, Rokdiya Nagar, Sagoda, Takli Viro, Zadegaon post offices.[2]

Nearby villages are Jawala, Zadegaon and Paras, Lohara, Kalambi in Akola district.

Nearby towns are Shegaon on east, Akola on west, Telhara in north and Balapur in south.[3]


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