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Kolhapur

Kolhapur is located in the southwest part of Maharashtra along the Panchaganga River. Kolhapur, one of the princely states, is 230 kilometres from Pune and has a long history that dates back to the Marathas. It is famous for its necklaces and sandals, which are sold all over the world. Here one can find the well-known Mahalakshmi temple.

Wai

Wai is a true pilgrim village with around 100 temples. The city of Wai has more than 100 temples, earning it the name “Dakshin Kashi” (Kashi or Varanasi of the South). Wai, located in the Satara district of Maharashtra, is well-known for the ghats that line the banks of the Krishna River and the temples found there, most notably the Dholya Ganapati temple on Ganapati Ghat.

Gondavale

Gondavale is a small village in the Satara district of Maharashtra. The distance between Satara to Gondavale is 64 km. Gondavale is well-known as a pilgrimage site. This area is popular with pilgrims heading to the nearby shrine of Shri Brahmachaitanya Gondavale Maharaj, a revered Hindu saint from the state of Maharashtra.

pajgani

Panchgani

Located in Maharashtra, Panchgani is a hill in the Satara district. Distance between Satara and Panchgani is 54 kilometers. Panchgani is where the five hills of the Sahyadri range converge. The hill station looks out over the calming and beautiful lake of Dhom Dam, a fresh water reservoir formed by the Krishna River.

Kaas Plateau or Kas Plateau

The Kaas Pathar, often referred to as Kaas Plateau or Kas Plateau Reserved Forest, is a plateau located 25 kilometres west of Satara, 50 km from Panchgani and 37 km from Mahabaleshwar, in Maharashtra, India. It is a part of the Western Ghat’s Sahyadri Sub Cluster and has been recognized as UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in 2012. The Kas Pathar is a sizable volcanic plateau.

Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar, about 120 kilometres southwest of Pune, 285 kilometres from Mumbai and 56 Kilometres, is a 150-kilometre-long plateau enveloped by valleys on all sides. The Western Ghats hill station is the source of the Krishna River, which flows through Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

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