Sakri is a small town in the Dhule District of the Nashik division, one of the six divisions of India's Maharashtra state. Another Sakri is in Bihar, which is now a railway junction.It is located on National Highway 6 running between Hazira (near Surat) in Gujarat to Kolkota, West bengal.Balsane and Mangiji-Tungiji are two prominent Jain pilgrim centers very close to Sakri.
Sakri Tahasil has more than 200 small villages. Many tribes live in those villages including Konkani, Mavachi, Bhill and Vanjari.The famous Kanhaiyalal Maharaj temple at Amali (taluka-Sakri) is 40 km away from Sakri towards (Gujarat). The people there are mostly Hindu. The Panzara Kan Sahakari sugar mill is Near Sakri. The Panzra and the Akkalpada Dam are in Sakri.The languages most spoken in Sakri are Marathi & Ahirani.