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Selbari is a mountain range located in Nashik District in Maharashtra, India. Spanning east-west the hills form the northernmost extent of the Sahyadris and serve as a natural boundary between Nashik District and Dhule district. The range is gifted with a number of peaks including the only two-pinnacled peak of Mangi-Tungi rising to a considerable height of up to 1,331 meters.
Traditionally,the range is limited to the hills sprawling north of the Mausam River but extended definitions also include those south of the Mosam river which are connected to the former in a semi-circular loop.This shorter southern extension is known as the Dolbhari hills named after a village settlement around their base. To avoid disambiguity, sources refer to this agglomeration as the Selbari-Dholbari range.