Shirpur is a city in Dhule district of Maharashtra and is next to National Highway 3. Dhule is 58 km away and Mumbai, its capital is 379 km from this city. There are several gardens here and rivers Tapi and Arunavati flow through this area. Shirpur lies next to the border of Newali, Shindkhede, Amalner, and Pansemal. Some of the cities that connect this locality are Sendhwa, Dhule, Shahade, and Shirpur-Warwade.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels available in Shirpur. Dhule, located 58 km away from Shirpur provides hotels rooms at a reasonable price. Some of them are Hotel Uday Palace (Tariff – Rs.953), Hotel Dwarkamai (Tariff – Rs.285), Amit Plaza (Tariff – Rs.434), and Hotel Residency Park (Tariff – Rs.861).
The people of Shirpur speak in Hindi, Marathi, and Bhili.
The most important festivals celebrated in Shirpur are Holi celebrated in March, Janmashtami and Jiviti Puja held during July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated during August-September, Navaratri held during October and Diwali celebrated during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are a few interesting places worth visiting around Shirpur, some of them are, Aner Reservoir 35km away from Shirpur. Other water bodies near Dhule are Bori Reservoir 42 km away, Bhokarbari Lake 4.02 km, and Dedor Gaon Talaw Lake from Dhule.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is in Aurangabad, 212 km away from Shirpur.
There are no railway stations in Shirpur. Naradana railway station located 23 km away from Shirpur is the nearest and connects Shirpur to other cities and towns.
There are state-run and private bus operators that run their buses daily from nearby cities such as Dhule, Shahade, and Shirpur-Warwade. They connect Shirpur to other towns and to the state. Sai Travels and Syndicate Travels provide daily trips from Mumbai to Shirpur. Several bus booking portals offer bus ticket booking coupon on their sites. Look out for discount codes when you book your tickets.