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Choose from a plethora of Archaeological Wonders – Caves, Monuments & Temples
Situated at the ‘Triveni Sangam’ of rivers Bhima, Bhama and Indrayani, Tulapur village is the place where Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj spent his last living moments.
Ghoradeshwar Temple is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva situated near the old Mumbai-Pune highway.
Baneshwar Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is set amidst a lush green jungle.
Located 38 km away from Pune, the historical Sinhagad Fort or the ‘Lion’s Fort’ is a popular destination for a refreshing weekend getaway.
The city of Jejuri is one of the most revered pilgrimage destinations, renowned for its two temples dedicated to Lord Khandoba.
Situated near Kamshet, the historical Tikona Fort, also known as Vitangad Fort is an immensely popular trekking destination.
Located in Maval Taluka, Bedse Caves are ancient Buddist Caves, built in 1st century BCE during the Satavahana Era.
Developed between 2nd century BC and 5th century AD, Karla Caves are a series of ancient rock-cut Buddhist caves situated near Lonavala.
A protected monument Bhuleshwar Temple is a stunning 13th century Shiva temple, famous for its impressive architecture and intricate carvings.
Situated near Lonavala, Bhaja Caves are a series of 22 rock-cut ancient Buddhist built in 2nd century BC, during the Hinayana phase of Buddhism.
Originally known as Murumdev Fort, Rajgad Fort was the capital of the Maratha Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj for almost 26 years.
The mighty Torna Fort is of great historic significance as it the first fort captured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj at the age of 16.
A 17th century fort near Junnar, Shivneri Fort is the birthplace of Chhatrapti Shivaji Maharaji, the revered founder of the Maratha Empire.
A glorious piece of Maharashtra’s rich history, Baramotichi Vihir is an ancient stepwell situated in the village of Limb, 16 km away from Satara.
Shivthar Ghal is an ancient cave situated near Mahad, where Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami wrote the Dasbodh. There is also beautiful water near the cave.
Situated near Pali, the hill fort of Sudhagad is popular trekking destination and also the site of the Bhoraidevi Temple.
One of the most popular trekking destinations in Maharashtra, Naneghat is a beautiful mountain pass located near the town of Junnar.
A small fort near Karjat, the impressive Kothaligad Fort is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Raigad district.
One of the most important forts is Maharashtra, Raigad Fort was the capital fort of the Maratha Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
Situated near Mahabaleshwar, the historical Pratapgad Fort is the site of the ‘Battle of Pratapagad’. Today, it is a popular tourist destination.
Located on Elephanta Island near Mumbai, Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site comprising ancient rock-cut caves, predominantly dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
Situated near Dapoli, Panhalekaji Caves are a group of 29 ancient Buddhist and Hindu caves which are more than a thousand years old.
One of the top-most tourist attractions in Kolhapur, New Palace is a stunning royal residence and its ground floor houses the wonderful Shahaji Chhatrapati Museum.
Located on the banks of Panchganga River, Shri Mahalakshmi Temple of Kolhapur is one of 108 Shakti Peethas listed in various Hindu Puranas.
The stunning Shalini Palace named after Princess Shalini Raje of Kolhapur is situated near Kolhapur’s Rankala Lake and was Maharashtra’s first and only palace hotel.
Situated near Kolhapur, the historically significant Panhala Fort is one of the largest and most prominent forts in the Deccan region.
Anjaneri Fort is located near Nashik in the mountain range of Nashik-Trimbakeshwar and is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman.
Aurangabad’s Bibi Ka Maqbara is a 16th century mausoleum built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb’s son Azam Shah for his mother Dilras Banu Begum (Rabia-ud-Daurani).
Located in Aurangabad, Chand Minar is the 2nd tallest individual minaret in India and one of the best examples of Persian architecture situated in Southern India.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aurangabad’s Ellora Caves is one of the largest rock-cut monastery-temple complexes in the world.
Dharashiv Caves are a series of seven ancient Buddhish and Jain caves located in Balaghat Mountains, about 6 km away from Osmanabad city.
The sacred town of Tujapur is home to the revered Tulja Bhavani Temple, dedicated to Goddess Bhavani. The temple in one of 51 Shakti Peethas.
One of Mahaharshtra’s most revered temples, Tuljapur’s Shri Tulja Bhavani Temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhavani and is one of 51 Shakti Peethas.
Situated in the town of Naldurg in Maharashtra’s Osmanabad district, Naldurg Fort is considered to be one of the strongest ancient forts in India.
Located near Ganpatipule, Jaigad Fort is a 16th century coastal fortification perched atop a hill and overlooking the Arabian Sea.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aurangabad’s Ajanta Caves are stunning ancient rock-cut Buddhist caves built between 2nd century BCE and 480 CE.
Situated in the Devgad taluka, Vijaydurg Fort is the oldest and strongest fort built on the coast of Sindhudurg.
Shri Dev Rameshwar Temple is a beautiful 16th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated in Rameshwar Wadi in Sindhudurg District’s Devgad Taluka.
A protected monument, the mighty Sindhudurg Fort is a historically significant sea fort situated in Malvan on the islet of Kurte in the Arabian Sea.
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