Uran is seaside town and hub of Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra state in Konkan division. It lies in the Raigad area, east of Mumbai over the Dharamtar Creek. Uran is principally an angling and horticulture town, which has formed into the exceptional financial zone of Uran. The essential dialects talked are Agri and Koli which is a lingo of Marathi-Kokani. The city name got from the Hindu goddess Uranavati. It was called Uruvan amid the lead of Madhavrao I, the fourth Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. Afterward, the zone was named Uran by the Portuguese and Ooran by the British.
Uran has extremely excellent scenes and environment. The edges of town are to a great extent provincial, staying among the couple of undeveloped regions inside the Navi Mumbai city limits. Nearby streets are lined by greenery, rice fields in the storm season, and mountains. Uran is home to broad salt dish, some portion of a long-standing system of salt assembling around Mumbai. The land has been under redevelopment weight. The Uran wetlands were once home to numerous types of winged creatures and reptiles, some fundamentally imperiled.