Today we will talk about the state that is considered to be the financial, commercial, and entertainment capital of India and that is none other than Maharashtra. It is situated in the western region of India and one can simply admire the kind of places that the state of Maharashtra hosts which can take one to lonely forts, cave temples, beautiful beaches, and various other places that depicts the rich cultural heritage of the state and India.
Mumbai and Pune are two of the most developed and fast-moving cities of Maharashtra that show how much India has evolved from being rural to semi-urban and urban states. Here we present some interesting facts about the Maharashtra state that sets it apart from other states:
1) In the Buldhana district of Maharashtra, one can see a national geo-heritage monument situated at Lonar. Also one can witness the saline lake at the Lonar Crater Lake, which has a depth of 137 meters and said to be one of the hyper-velocity craters in basaltic rock.
2) One should definitely check out Sula Wines in Nashik, which is the only vineyard in the country to provide a guided tasting tour. It is one of the perfect weekend getaways to taste delicious wines and other various products of Sula vineyards.
3) The UNESCO World Natural Heritage site can be found in Maharashtra’s Kaas plateau that is situated at a distance of 25 kilometers from Satara. After the monsoon, if you want to check out some beautiful flowers then definitely walking in the valley and the plateau can provide peace of mind and refreshing feelings.
4) If you really want to understand the concept of unity in diversity then rural Maharashtra is the best part of India that can give you peace from the busy city life and also allow you to enjoy yummy foods of Konkani, Gujarati, and Maharashtrian culture.