Aamchi Maharashtra: A Surreal State

Maharashtra has always been looked upon as a state of administration and the enclosure of the City of Dreams-“Mumbai”. Not many touring places are known in the inside of this state spread over 3 lakh kilometre squares of area. But today tour’s gonna change your thoughts forever.

Yes, Maharashtra has many hidden delicacies just waiting for the right tourists to go about them. Some of the most exotic locations are found here and it also has places where  you can enjoy the most beautiful sunset ever seen. So, let’s begin our journey.

Road to Matheran
Road to the hill city of Matheran | by Paramantapa Dasgupta

90 kilometres from Mumbai lies Matheran which has the most beautiful peaks in the whole of the universe. It has certain peaks which are like the hanging mountains seen in movies. You can sit back on the top and enjoy the serene sunrise and sunset through the mist as there’s no better view than a view from Matheran.

Lonar Lake
Lonar Lake

Coming towards the Buldana district lies the Lonar Sarovar. The story behind the place is pretty interesting. The canyon was created by a meteor impact and now the whole of it is filled with aquatic life. It’s a saline soda lake and serves as a great tourist spot. The views of it’s outskirts are also of major magnificence. And if want to jump in the lake, you can, because it’s fully open and you can enjoy your experience of swimming in a canyon.

Moving on, we have Pune on our list. Famous for it’s developing metropolis look, Pune has many places of interest. The Shaniwar Wada, the Aga Khan PalaceDagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple and the Pataleshwar Cave temple are significant religious places in the city and it is very well developed for tourists. The tourism industry was significantly promoted by the building of Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium built recently in Pune.

Another exquisite feature of the inside is the presence of many super-forts. There are many forts in Maharashtra built at such places where even these buildings which were a battleground look absolutely serene with the greenery that has developed. The Pratapgad, Sinhagad and the Lohagad are one of the most famous forts in Maharashtra.

Elephanta-Caves
Elephanta Caves

Caves are another attraction to this happy state. The Ajanta and Ellora Caves, The Elephanta Caves, The Karla Caves and The Kanheri Caves are such places which can make you have an adrenaline rush.

Ajanta Ellora Caves in Aurangabad
Ajanta Ellora Caves in Aurangabad

There’s a lot more to see in Maharashtra which cannot be inscribed in a matter of words. So just grab your bags, plan your trip and have the the time of your life.

8 thoughts on “Aamchi Maharashtra: A Surreal State

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  • December 12, 2014 at 5:49 am
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    Beautiful! You are right! Maharashtra should not be missed..You have captured it so well. Great job!

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  • February 14, 2015 at 9:39 am
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    Really nice information your blog post content. Keep posting such information. Great job. There are many places to visit in Maharashtra.

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  • October 9, 2015 at 1:12 pm
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    This is a nice summary of Maharashtra. Rain-revelling in this state is real fun. I was in Panshet and the experience was truly surreal. Also, if you wish to enjoy the grand natural panaroma of Lonar crater, check into the MTDC resort (great rooms, by the way) which is at a height. It has superb views. Great place to enjoy the silence.

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  • April 9, 2018 at 7:42 am
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    wonderful blog with meaning full words and picture in short and descriptive manner. thanks for sharing..

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