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... s mouth apart from Krishna and they all travel some distance before merging into Krishna. These rivers are the Koyna, Venna (Veni), Savitri and Gayatri.
In the 17th century Shivaji Maharaj took over Javli and Mahabaleshwar and constructed the Pratapgad fort in 1656.The first historical mention of Mahabaleshwar dates back to year 1215 when the Ing Singhan of Deogiri visited Old Mahabaleshwar. ...
... on the left of the road). Both lanes are now blocked for the next 46 kms which is the distance it takes for the
0.000000000001 kmph difference in speed to finally show its impact. Meanwhile all of us behind have got a ringside view of this dance of the dinosaurs.
We’re left staring the truck’s delectable backside sporting “Horn OK Please”. Honk. Honk !
... cream tikka, mutton curry, soups, ice creams and china grass, salads, and more..The Naans here are worth a special mention. absolutely perfect, cotton soft and simply delicious. Vegetarians will be disappointed.
we went to "Tableland" which is a short hike from mala's. It was a wise decision to walk it up, as all the tourists cars and buses had caused a jam, getting there through the crowd ...
... of white flowers at one end while blue and purple flowers seem to seamlessly intermingle with one another at the other end of the plateau . The sight reminded me of the famed tulip gardens of Holland but Kaas is different.
For one, the variety found on this plateau is mind boggling! Secondly this is a natural phenomenon which lasts only for about two to three months. Come November and these flowers will have all ...
... all over our face and hair, and also maybe we'd won over a few hearts due to our enthusiasm for the dancing (video evidence is available). All of the paths and roads were covered in paint still, the nightly storms that we'd been having the week before having vanished.
When we first found out that we'd miss the Ganesh festival in Mumbai, I was a little disappointed that we wouldn't get to see it but actually I think we've been able ...