Aseganv is a village on the Amravati-Acalpur road, nearly 28-96 km. (18 miles) distant from the former place and just within the borders of the Acalpur tahsil. The river Purna is crossed here by a strong bridge of four large spans. The village has 196 houses and 1,193 inhabitants as per the 1961 Census. Owing to its position as a half way house between the two cities and partly to the energies of its residents it has made much progress. The public buildings include a rest house, a police station, a middle school, civil and veterinary dispensaries, a balak mandir, a leprosy hospital, a cavdi and a cattle pound. There is an old fortified house of red bricks belonging to a former Patel of the village. It is in bad repair.