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Forest & Wildlife of Maharashtra

Bhimashankar Wild Life Sanctuary (Pune)
The Melghat Tiger Reserve is one of the best known in the country. Located at the border of Maharahstra and Madhya Pradesh, you may not only come across the majestic tiger in this reserve but also a wide variety of other animals and birds, including the very elusive forest owlet.[...]
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Beaches of Maharashtra

Colva-Beach Mumbai

Bordered by the Arabian Sea on its west, Maharashtra has as many beaches as the colours of the ocean. Here, the translucent waters of the Konkan gently lap onto pristine white sands. Harnai-Murud (Ratnagiri) Velas Beach (Ratnagiri) Ganapatipule (Ratnagiri) Shrivardhan Beach (Shrivardhan) Bordi Dahanu (Mumbai) Diveagar (Ratnagiri) Guhagar (Ratnagiri) Velneshwar[…]

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Festivals of Maharashtra


Each festival comes with its own colors and Cuisine. People do up their houses and surroundings and there is an air of celebration. The festival time is surely a must visit time in India.While the most hugely visible festival maybe the Ganesh Chaturthi, due to the large processions and the[…]

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Adventure Sports of Maharashtra

River Rafting

Water babies: Tarkarli, the Konkan’s oceanic gem makes the postcard-perfect water sport capital of Maharashtra. Here, the state government is encouraging you to come discover the unique marine life under the pristine waters of the gentle Arabian Sea. Whether you are a first-timer or a professional, the Sindhudurg coast with[…]

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Places to Visit in Maharashtra


Mumbai – Gateway of India Bombay – High Court Mahalaxmi Mumbai Siddhivinayak Temple Hotel Taj Palace Shirdi Haji Ali’s mosque Nashik Dadar – warli Beach Lonavala Mahabaleshwar Prince of Wales Museum Victoria Terminus Mausoleum of Chand Bibi Pune Pratapgad Fort Raigad Fort Sinhagad Forts Alibag Khandala Elephanta Caves Panvel Panchgani Matheran[…]

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