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... a small temple and water tank at the source of the river Krishna. Around 1350, a Brahmin dynasty ruled this area. In the middle of the 16th century the Maratha family of Chandarao More defeated the Brahmin dynasty and became rulers of Jalvi and Mahabaleshwar, during which period the temple of Old Mahabaleshwar was rebuilt.In 1819, the British included the hills in the territory of the Raja of Satara. Col. Lodwick ...
... 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 !
... heading straight for the destination. The drive was really nice, considering most of it was on Mumbai-Pune expressway, its not a surprise. The going was slow once the uphill climd for Panchgani started. The diwlai holidays had attracted many tourists, which made the going a bit slow.But all in all, a good drive. we reached Mala's around 130pm, just in time for our lunch.
Just 5-10 mins drive from ...
... hesitant. The monsoons sometimes worsen my allergy and although the trip sounded super exciting I was dreading the after-effects.
But this was a trip of a lifetime as Kaas is open to tourists for only a few months during the year and I didn't want to miss out. So I decided to join her.
Kaas has gained popularity over the years especially after UNESCO certified it as a Biodiversity World Heritage Site in ...
Our time in Mumbai has gone so quickly- our last week came around too soon!
Last Sunday we made it up to the somewhat disappointing Sanjay Gandhi national park for a bit of fresh air. However, at the absence of any obvious walking paths and some slightly confusing signs, we soon found ourselves queuing for the lion and tiger safari amongst everyone else who was also visiting the park that day. The 'safari' took place on a knackered old ...