Neeta'S Shanti Villa
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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 ...
... is even the slightest of slopes, they can only do 20. So here’s a truck , overladen with a million tons, manfully doing 18 kmph. The truckwallah behind him has got one gram of weight less and his manhood has been insulted at this slow speed. He therefore has to overtake – for he is doing 18.00000000000001 kmph. Off he swings left (we always overtake on the left in India ...
Choosing a nearby getaway for the entire family (14 people) which includes old and young, is always more difficult than it sounds. One has to consider every aspect and input of each and every member. After days of contemplation, we decided to go with Mala's, at panchgani.
Panchgani is 250kms from Mumbai. We started our journet at 630am from Dadar, picking up relatives from thane, ...
... Satara to Kaas was in good condition, a pleasant surprise. It is an enjoyable drive once you head out of the city. As the winding road climbs upwards you will notice the weather becoming cooler and the vegetation becoming denser. When you reach the Kaas plateau the sight that awaits you is simply out of this world. Flowers of every colour swathe the plateau like a carpet.
So a carpet of yellow flowers is interspersed by ...
... the women of the family and the children. They had two new sculptures of matching women dressed in extravagant saris and jewels and at their feet were offering of Indian sweets and fruit. The offerings were then distributed amongst all of the children that came to visit the house, and also a few plucky tourists who will be hotfooting it to the dentist as soon as we get back because the sweets are sweeet.
Friday was the final day ...