Arher-Navarganv is an agriculturally prosperous village in Brahmapuri tahsil situated in the plain that lies between Brahmapuri and the Wainganga. It is 3.21 km. (two miles) from Brahmapuri and about 1.60 km. (one mile) from the river bank. The land around yields rich crops of rice and jovar. The people are well off and chiefly belong to Kunbi and Mahar castes. Arher-Navarganv has a high school, a post and a dispensary. Monday is the weekly bazar day. Potable water is obtained from wells. A fair is held in honour of Rama in Ramanavami day and on the occasion the chariot of Rama is taken in procession.