The Nandurbar district has been reorganized from the Dure district. It was released on July 1, 1998. The headquarters of the district was Nandurbar itself, and the ancient name of the area was Rashika. Later among the Yadava, it was called Sunadesa after King Snachandra, who ruled it. With the advent of Islam. In 1961, the name of the district was changed from West Kandesh to Dure, and later to the Dure district, which is headquartered in Dure. After the establishment of the Nandurbar district in July 1998.
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Many poultry farms were damaged during the February 2006 bird flu crisis. Thousands of chickens on the farm had to be killed and buried nearby to prevent the spread of the virus.
The total area of the district is 5955km2.
The district is divided into 3 subdistricts.
There are about 154 villages in this district.
There is only one city in the district.
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