Sarangkheda is a village in Shahada taluka in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra state in India. Sarangkheda village is situated around 15 km South of Shahada on the bank of Tapti River.
Sarangkheda village and towns like Shahada, Taloda, Akkalkuwa, and Dhadgaon in the northern area of Sarangkheda were almost cut off from the rest of Maharashtra until 1957. In 1957, a bridge was built which connected villages and towns in the area north of the Tapti river to the rest of Maharashtra.
There is one famous Ganesh Mandal namely Navyuvak Ganesh Mandal. Every year they celebrate Ganesh Utsav for 5 days from Ganesh Chaturthi, celebrating this festival since 1984.
Recently a barrage is built just to the east of the bridge to supply water for irrigation and drinking.