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Romantic places to visit during July-August in Western India

Monday - July 2, 2018 2:57 pm , Category : TRAVEL

Khandala – Romance is always in the air
Khandala is a hill station in Maharashtra, India, about 3 kilometres / 1.9 mies from Lonavala and 7 kilometres /4.3 miles from Karjat.
The Mumbai-Pune Expressway, the main link between the major cities of Mumbai and Pune, passes through Khandala.
The natural beauty blooms to its zenith and reveals a magical charm during the monsoons. Its meandering waterfalls and glittering lakes attributes to the majestic look an imposing ambiance.


Mahabaleshwar – Revitalize your mind and soul
This pretty hill station is often referred as the queen of hill stations in Maharashtra. It offers panoramic view of the plains with the imposing sloppy peaks and surrounding woods. Mahabaleshwar constitutes three villages - Malcolm Peth, Old Mahabaleshwar and some part of the Shindola village. Arthur's Seat, Lingmala Waterfall and Pratapgad Fort are among the must visit places.


Mandu – Experience the unusual romance in nature
The city of Mandu is adorned with spell-binding Afghan architecture surrounded by baobab trees, native to Africa. The grand palaces are still alive with royal romance while the gateways (darwazas) speak of a history of imperial conquests. A walk through Mandu will leave you awe-struck, the way you used to be listening to stories from grandparents.
Floating over it's own reflection, the Jahaz Mahal in Mandu looks like a ship that’s about to sail. However, for centuries this ship made of stone and mortar never did. Instead, it stood floating over the twin lakes, bearing a silent witness to Mandu's long, rich and varied history.
 

Pachmarhi- The Queen of Satpura
Pachmarhi is situated at a height of 1067 m in a valley of the Satpura Range in Hoshangabad district. Dhupgarh, the highest point (1,352 m) in Madhya Pradesh and the Satpura range, is located here. It is a part of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve.
Pachmarhi, popularly known as 'Satpura ki Rani' (Queen of Satpura), sits beautifully, embellished by nature and history, amidst the Satpura range. Legend says the Pandava brothers visited Pachmarhi during their exile.
This beautiful region in the hills, was discovered by Captain James Forsyth in 1857. This most popular hill station of Madhya Pradesh is a treasure with ancient caves of the Buddhist era residing in harmony with serene waterfalls.
Pachmarhi is sure to make you feel calm, the way you felt when you put your bare feet on the garden grass for the first time, as a child.


Ajanta Ellora Caves- Rock-cut caves containing carvings are the finest example of Indian paintings and sculpture.
Ajanta Ellora Caves have always been recognized as the gems that represent Indian history and the impressive artistry that existed in the foregone era. These tourist attractions consist of 64 rock-cut caves, located in close proximity from the city of Aurangabad, Maharastra.
The Ajanta and Ellora caves are listed among the World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. They date in the period between 200 BC and 650 AD and depict the story of Buddhism and the Jatakas. The Ajanta caves were used as the shelter of the Buddhist monks who were teachers in various Buddhist rituals.


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