Top 10 Best Tourist Places in Maharashtra India




10 TOURIST PLACES IN MAHARASHTRA

Maharashtra, the state which gives worriers like Shivaji, the state which celebrates its every movement, was one of my dream place to visit. tis state maintains its importance, in history as well as in present. beside this, there are some place which I really love to visit in Maharashtra. let’s check them out!!!

1: MAHABALESHWAR
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Mahabaleshwar

This is the only place which I visit once properly . Being situated at the banks of river Krishna , this place is only famous for the ancient temple of lord Shiva , carves on a mountain , with stunning architectural work . other places in Mahabaleshwar to visit can be :
  • Pratapgarh Fort
  • Bhawani Mandir
2: NASHIK
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Nashik

This place is also famous because of Kumbh Mela, which took place here in once every twelve years. Being situated at the bank of river Godavari, it becomes the major attraction for tourists. Another reason would be its huge collection of ancient temples, gardens and many other monuments, which make this place special. Some of them are as follows:
  • Panchvati
  • Ram kund 
3:RATNAGIRI

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Ratnagiri

This place have a huge number of ports, which joins India with the traders travelling from Arabian Sea. This place also contain some temples along with a number of forts, which reveals tells the tales of medieval India. A major attraction for tourists is Rajapur Ganga, collection of fourteen pools. This place have other tourist attraction which are as follows: 
  • Shri Devi Bhagwati Temple
  • Ratnagiri Lighthouse
4:PUNE

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Pune
Many people was familiar with this name. The main reason for this is that this is the capital of Peshwas, one of the biggest ruler of India. Now times, this is the major place off education and trade in Maharashtra. Being an important part of history of India, this place have some major tourists attractions, which are as follows:
  • Western Ghats
  • Lal Mahal 
5:SOLAPUR
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Solapur

Being located at Deccan Plateau, this place was dry, most of the years . This place is also situate at Karnataka border, thus native of this are speaks Kannad as well as Marathi. This place contains some wonderful monuments from sixteenth century, which are as follows: 
  • Shri Siddheshwar Temple
  • Pandharpur Temple
6: AURANGABAD

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Aurangabad
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This place is named after the one of the Mughal ruler, Aurangzeb. The main attraction of this place is caves of Ajanta and Ellora, which are constructed during sixteenth century. This place basically contains Mughal monuments, which attracts a huge sum of tourists. Some of them are as follows:
  • Salim Ali Lake
  • Aurangabad Caves
7:MUMBAI
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Mumbai

This the capital of Maharashtra. Being fifth most popular place in all over the world, this place is home of India’s biggest film and daily soap industry. This place is a collection of seven different islands, which are connected during British period.  Some major attraction this place offer are as follows: 
  • Gateway of India
  • Marine Drives 
8:MATHERAN

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Matheran

This is one of the greatest hill station located in Maharashtra. This place receives a huge love from tourists because of its cool and less humid climate then rest of the other places. Some places one loves to see are as follows:
  • Louisa Lake 
  • Alexander Point 
9:ALIBAGH

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Alibagh

This place, according to Indian History, was built by Naval Chief of Maratha army under the rule of Shivaji. This place is famous for its white and cleaner beaches, in which the locals of this place contributes because they love this place a lot. This place have some more tourist attraction such as:
  • Janjira Fort
  • Alibaug Beach 
10:KOLHAPUR

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Kolhapur

Located at the banks of river Panchganga River, this is one of the important places during Maratha rule. This place is only famous for Marathi’s culture, monuments and architectures. Some which amazes a lot of tourists are as follows:
  • Chhatrapati Sahu Museum
  • Panhal Fort 




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