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Enjoy the Informative, Photo & Travel Experience Blogs regarding various historical forts, famous natural and ancient places in all over Maharashtra.
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On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, here is the detail blog about the Redi Ganpati Mandir, one of the major attractions in the Konkan region.
In Maharashtra, small patches of forest are sacred to the deity and protected by local people known as ‘Devrai’ which helps in the conservation of environment and biodiversity.
Let’s us educate ourselves about this cultural heritage of Maharashtra.
Purandar fort witnessed the rising of the king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj against the Adil Shahi, Bijapur Sultanate and the Mughals.
Here is a blog of complete detail blog about Purandar fort.
Carved into rock surfaces centuries ago, Inscription stand as examples of the finest that Indian art has to offer.
Let’s us educate ourselves about this ancient heritage of Maharashtra.
Standing at a staggering height of 5400 ft. above sea level; Kalsubai is highest peak in Maharashtra.
Here is a complete detail blog about Kalsubai peak.
Do visit and feel the history and get lost into surrounding mountains of Kalsubai.
Here is a detail blog about the Ganapati Gadad caves which are surrounded by mesmerizing waterfalls. Blooming with greenery in monsoon, It is one of the most awaited trek in the Sahyadri.
Veergal is a memorial stone of brave warrior who died in the battle.
Let’s us educate ourselves about this historical heritage of Maharashtra and learn about how to read it.
Here is the detail blog about the Dhak Bahiri Cave in the Sahyadri hill range which popular for it’s thrilling climb because of 80-degree rock-cut steps, tricky patch with sheer drop at one side.
As locals say that on the top of this hill, there is a place where Goddess Anjana gave birth to Lord Hanuman.
And that’s how this hill got it’s name.
Here is the detail blog about the Anjaneri Temple of this hill.
And, Shivaji Maharaj with his colleagues took the oath of Hindavi Swarajya in this temple at just age of 16 in the year 1645.
Here is the detail blog about Raireshwar Temple.
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