Naranpur, lying about 8 km. (5 miles) west of Nandurbar in Nandurbar taluka with in 1961, 562 souls, has an old fort close to stone dam on the Shivnad river. A little way up the stream is;. well, lined with curiously carved stones which with some others lying about, are supposed to belong to a temple that originally stood in the Narayanpur fort. The village has a small temple of Vishnu, with the idol armed with a cudgel, a discus and a conch shell. In front of it is a kund fed by a natural spring. In this kund there are two ling symbols. A fair in honour of this deity is held on Mahashivratri day.