Shirpur is a city and taluka in Dhule region of Nashik Division, Maharashtra. It is situated on National Highway 3, which keeps running from Agra in Uttar Pradesh to Mumbai, Maharashtra. The Arunavati River and Tapi River moves through the city. Shirpur is 50 km from the city of Dhule. It houses Asia's biggest and India's first gold refinery. Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies has a grounds in Shirpur.
The real control of the general population is farming with cotton as the significant item. The city has one sootgirni, Gold Refinery Asia's biggest, Sugar Factory and Paper Mill. Shirpur has one seat in the authoritative get together of Maharashtra. Subhas Colony is the biggest and the greatest and the principal state built up in Shirpur in the mid 1960s where in the later 1990s it was separated into Adarsh Nagar. It is named after Great flexibility warrior of India Subhas Chandra Bose.
Shirpur is likewise acclaimed for its executed water system extends prevalently known as "Shirpur design". The distinctions in their philosophy have not come in the method for the venture, and both regard each other's abilities. Khanapurkar handles the specialized part while Patel has reserved Rs 2.25 crore for the undertaking each year. The closest unmistakable railroad stations on the fundamental course are Bhusaval and Chalisgaon, Pachora. Nardana Taluka Sindkheda and Amalner is the closest station. Transport benefit is accessible to Bhusaval, Gujarat and MP state.