Top 5 Tourists Places in Maharashtra

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The presence of great diversity and beautiful views from various cities make Maharashtra one of the most popular places to visit in India. The state is famous for various hill stations, religious places etc.

Top Holiday destinations in Maharashtra that you must Visit

1. Pandharpur

It is the Hindu pilgrimage center in Maharashtra, is dedicated to Lord Vitthala. It has many records for its yearly pilgrimage which has millions of devotees across Maharashtra. The Vithoba temple, Kaikadi Maharaj Temple, Dehukar Maharaj Wada, Dehukar Samadhi Temple, Ambedkar statue and Palawi Sanstha under Hira-Prabha Pratishthan for HIV+ children are famous places in pandharpur to visit. Other temples include Vishnupad temple, Pundalik temple, Yogiraj Tukaram baba Khedlekar Ashram, ISKON temple, and Shree Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan takes 3 days to see all these places. Pandharpur transportation provides good facility to the tourists.

2. Konkan

It is called as the queen of Maharashtra. The place shares the largest seashore of Arabian sea in Maharashtra. Kokan offers you places like Sindhudurga, Ganpatipule, Ratnagiri, Tarkarli, Harihareshwar, Diveagar, Murud Janjira, Chiplun, Dapoli beach, Kashid beach, Velaneshwar, Harne and Kelashi as a tour destinations to your family. Konkan is famous for its rice bread and fish/crabs/Prawns curry. Sawantwadi is famous place for wooden toys and located between Konkan and Goa.

3. Ajanta Ellora

This 30 rock cut Buddhist, Hindu and Jain caves are located at the Aurangabad. These caves are considered as one of the seven wonders of India. The carving work in stone mainly story of Mahabharat is unbelievable. It is one of the largest rock-cut cave monastery temple caves in the world. It is registered as a UNESCO world heritage. The cave 16 is the largest single monolithic rock excavation in the world. The Kailash temple the chariot shaped monument is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The caves are carved in the rocks of Charanandri hills. It is a marvelous treat to history-loving people.

4. Kolhapur

It is one of the districts in the state of Maharashtra. The famous tourist points in the districts are: Mahalakshmi temple, Narsinhwadi Datta Mandir, Jyotiba temple, Siddhagiri Museum, Panhala Fort, Kopeshwar temple, Rautwadi waterfall, Ramling cave Temple, Khasbaug wrestling stadium, New Palace, Rankala lake, Narsobachi Wadi, Shahuji Chatrpati museum, Binkhambi (Pillar less) Ganesh temple and such other. It is accessible by roadways and railways. Dajipur, Radhanagri wildlife sanctuary are some other important places one can visit on the way. The district is also famous for Kolhapuri chappals, spicy food and adventure tourism.

5. Pune

The Oxford of the East is the second most populated city of Maharashtra. Pune offers, The Sinhagad Fort, Aga Khan Palace, Pataleshwar temple, Dagadusheth Halwai Temple, Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Imagica water park, Khadakwasla dam, Parvati hills, Saras Baug, Lal-mahal, Pune-Okayama garden, Pune University, Fergusson College, Agriculture college, Mulashi dam, Baneshwar, Bhimashankar, Vishrambaug Wada, Vital hills, Osho park, Kamal Nehru park, Balaji Mandir, Chaturshringi mandir, Ambegaon lake, Katraj Lake, Mastani Mahal, Koregaon park and market, Fergusson Road, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Sambhaji garden, Krishna Waterpark, Miami Disco at J.W.Marriott hotel, Hinjewadi IT park, Ranjangaon Ganapati as a tourist destinations.

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