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Situated at the confluence of Mula and Mutha rivers(tributaries of the Bhima), Pune lies 560 m (1837 ft) above the sea level and considered the cultural capital of Maharashtra. With several reputed colleges and educational institutions it is aptly called the Oxford of the East (or `Oxford of India`)...

At a heoght of 4550 ft (1387 m) this famous fort is a trekkers’ fascination. Worth a visit are Purandeshwar mandir, Kedareshwar mandir, Sawai Madhavrao Peshwa mandir, statue of Murarbaji Deshpande, a par of Sar darwaja, remnants etc.It is required to carry enough water from base village as Potable...

Pushkar Lake:Most sacred Pushkar Lake, created due to lotus falling of from the hand of Lord Brahma is visited by thousands of devotees for one dip on Kartika Poornima supposed to be equivalent to performing numerous yagnas. Surrounded by hills on three sides and desert on one side Pushkar is the pl...

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Sajjangad is the place of spiritual importance and final resting place of Sant Ramdas, a saint and social reformer in 16th century. Previously known as Parali, it was renamed to Sajjangad after Shivaji Maharaj donated it to Sant Ramdas to set up his permanent monastery.   the main temple is ...

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