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Declared The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ajanta Caves are rock-cut cave monuments dating back to the 2nd century BC. The caves are nested in a horseshoe-shaped ravine close to village of Ajintha along the river Waghur.Discovered by British by chance in 1989 these 30 caves excavated in the south s...

Alibag (District: Raigad) Developed in 17th Century by Sarkhel Kanhoji Aangre (naval admiral of King Shivaji ), Alibag was the historic hinterland of Bene Israeli Jews and now it is headquarters of the Raigad district. It was known as Alibag due to the gardens (Bag) owned by a local rich man Ali....

Perched  in the Sahayadri Range is a hill station known as  one of the world`s "Eco Hot-Spots" with abandunt  variety of unique flora and fauna. Near an ancient Shiva temple you can spot Hiranyakeshi one of the sources of the Krishna river. The main attraction for tourists With  yearly averag hi...

Originally known as Kirki (Khadki) this is city was named after Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb who stayed here since 1681 untill his death in 1707. His tomb is situated at Khultabad, a small town near the city.Two-world heritage monuments of Ajanta Caves, Ellora Caves, are in Aurangabad District. Aur...

Bhandardara  is rare combination of tourist attractions one can imagine of. Sage Agasti meditated here for a year and was blessed with a stream of the Ganga river flowing here, which is now known as the `Pravara`.The largest earthen dam in India Wilson Dam across the river Pravara at  Bhandarda...

Bhatghar Dam on river Velvandi also known as Llyod Dam is one of the highest river dam wall in India.51 kilometres south of Pune, adjacent to Bhatghar dam. the royal palace of Bhor of is still present. Bhor was one of the princely states of British India founded by Shri Shankarji Narayan (Pantsachiv...

Chikhaldara is a famous hill station peacefully set amidst the Gawildad range of Satpura. It was known as "Keechakadhara" as this is the place in Mahabharata where Bheema - the strongest Pandwa killed the demon Keechaka in a bout and threw him into a valley. Bhimkund (Kitchakdari), Vairat Devi, S...

Dabhol is a natural harbour on the creek where River Vashishthi River meets  the Arabian sea. It is famous for the Chandikadevi Temple  where the Swayambhu Idol can be worshiped after passing through a dark  underground cave with the only illumination of a oil lamp. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj use...

Situated on the border of Kolhapur and Sindhudurg districts Dajipur is near the backwaters of the Radhanagri dam. Situated 1200 metres above sea level it is surrounded by hilly areas and thick forests nesting great variety of wildlife. One can spot bisons, wild deers, chitals, gawas, etc. along with...

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