Diveagar Dive Agar is a town arranged in Shridhan Taluka, Raigad district in the Indian domain of Maharashtra, around 170 kilometers south of Mumbai.The area is serene, spotless and pitifully populated. The territory fuses a calculating settlement, a shoreline, a haven, adjacent associations involved with coconut and bug nut tree developing, and some tourism associations, for instance, diners, house rentals and lodgings, and six towns from north to south: Velas, Musalmandi, Agar Panchaitan, Diveagar, Borli Panchatan, and Karle.
The shoreline, going up against the Arabian Sea, is approximately four kilometers in length. also, undeveloped. At the north end of the shoreline where a little stream enters the ocean there is the calculating settlement, Velas Agar, and some paddy developing, while at the south end there is a refuge for temporary seabirds. Neighboring, there is a bit of calculating town, where dealers offer fresh fish, which goes by name of Bharadkhol. The shoreline is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa expressway through Kolad or Karnala.