|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||MH 39|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Nandurbar|
Sarangkheda village and towns like Shahada, Taloda, Akkalkuwa, and Dhadgaon in the northern area of Sarangkheda were almost cut off from the rest of Maharashtra until 1957. In 1957, a bridge was built which connected villages and towns in the area north of the Tapti river to the rest of Maharashtra.
Each year on the occasion of Datta Jayanti, an annual fair is held for around two weeks and main attractions of fair is horse bazar or horse trading. The fair attracts thousands of people all over the Maharashtra and outside states in country for many purposes like horse riding, farming etc.
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