Virdel

Virdel is a village in Sindkheda Taluka, Dhule district of Maharashtra, India.[1] The taluka headquarters is 7.3 km away, and district headquarters Dhule is 48 km from town.

Virdel also has a railway station by the named Virdel Road. The station code is VRD. Virdel station falls on Nandurbar to Jalgaon branch line.

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Coordinates: 21°19′26″N 74°00′00″E / 21.324°N 74.00°E

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