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|• Body||Gram Panchayat|
|Elevation||196 m (643 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||MH - 39|
Visarwadi ( or Visarvari) is a small town in the Nandurbar district in Nashik division of Khandesh region of Maharashtra state in India. Its name derives from the goddess Isarai. The Sarpanch of the town is Bakaram Gavit.
The town is located on National Highway No. 6. The common language used here is Adivasi and Marathi. The majority of people from here are traders, government employees or labors. Here has mixed community of Adivasi, Marwadi, Gujarati, Muslims and Marathi people.
There is also a school named Sarvajanik High school and the senior college and D.ed College also all three belong to visarwadi education society.
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