• Beaches


    Maharashtra is blessed with a long coast line with few of the finest beaches. In Fact, people coming on sightseeing tours to Maharashtra make it a point to visit the numerous splendid beaches and spend some time away from the humdrum of city life.

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  • Forts


    The forts in the state of Maharashtra are the major attraction for visitors. Beaten by the sea waves, lashed at by the torrential Deccan rains, or scorched in the blazing sun, stand imposing ramparts and crumbling walls . the last lingering memories of Maharashtra's martial times. Nowhere in the country would you encounter such a profusion of forts.

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  • Waterfalls


    Maharashtra is home to some of the most popular waterfalls. There are lots of beautiful scenic waterfalls in the Sahyadri hills area in Maharashtra...Thoseghar, Dudhsagar, Lingmala, Kune ,rajmachi, etc.. are famous waterfalls in Maharashtra...

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  • Caves


    Maharashtra state has the largest number of caves in India. The caves of Maharashtra are known for their excellent architecture. The Caves of Maharashtra are perfect examples of arts and crafts of ancient India. Dating back to over a few centuries these caves are believed to be the dwelling of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu monks.

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  • Dams

    Dams & Lakes

    There are around 1821 notable large dams in state of Maharashtra in India. It is one of the largest dams in Maharashtra located at western ghats.

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  • Sant

    Sant Bhumi

    Most people of Indian origin who have settled abroad would like to know how they can travel to temples of deities or saints whom they revere and follow. Among the various saints of Maharashtra ,These saints have enlightened the masses from time to time with their discourse on humanity, equality, valor, brotherhood ness and harmony. the most popular are Shree Sai Baba ( Shirdi),Shree Gajanan Maharaj of Shegaon, Sant Dnyaneshwar Maharaj...

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