Purangad lighthouse is shown, except during the strength of the Southwest Monsoon, from the N entrance point of Purangad Bay. About 1 mile farther E, a ruined fort stands on a bare hill on the N side of the entrance to the Machkandi River.
Khavri, a mountain 346m high, lies about 10 miles E of the river entrance.
The coast between Purangad Bay and Wada Vetye (Yetia), a village about 6 miles S, consists of a rocky tableland; thence to Ambolgarh Point, about 3 miles farther S, it is sandy and backed by a range of hills 84 to 97m high. A conspicuous hill, 103m high, lies about 0.5 mile NW of Wada Vetye.