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Popular Cities of Maharashtra

Maharashtra state is India’s third-largest by area and second-most populous state in India, The state has some of the very famous cities as Mumbai – the capital, Pune – the Oxford, Nagpur is the winter session capital, Aurangabad – tourism capital and Nashik known as the Wine Capital of India.

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Satara .

Satara is a city located in the Satara District of Maharashtra state of India, near the confluence of the river Krishna and Venna. The city was established in the 16thcentury and was the throne of the Chhatrapati of the Maratha Empire, Shahufirst. The city gets its name from the seven forts (Sat-Tara) which are around the city. 

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Thane .

Thane is a metropolitan city. In the western region of Maharashtra, India. It is one of the highly industrialized cities in Maharashtra. The city is informally known as the “City of Lakes”.

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Sawantwadi .

Sawantwadi is on the western coast of Maharashtra, India. It is a taluka in the Sindhudurg district. Located at the Sahyadri mountains at an altitude of 2263 ft above sea level, Sawantwadi offers various tourist attractions to visitors.  The Royal Palace of Sawantwadi is the prominent tourist attraction of the Sindhudurg district. 

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Nagpur .

The Chalukyas of Kalyani extended their political dominion in the north, holding sway over some eastern and southern parts of Vidarbha.  The Yadavas also ruled over this part and during their reign, artistic and literary activities flourished. Several structural stone temples were constructed, some of which still exist. The Kalika Devi Temple at Katol, the Trigarbha (triple shrine) temple and sculptures of Vishnu and Mahalakshmi of Parseoni, the Karpura and Sendura Bavadis, the Ram...

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Mumbai .

Mumbai is in Maharashtra in the Konkan division of the western coast of India. Mumbai (also known as Bombay, the official name until 1995). It is the capital city of Maharashtra. Mumbai has consistently ranked as one of the safest cities in India. Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Mumbai is a mix of Iconic old-world charm architecture, strikingly modern high rises, culture and traditional structures.

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Ratnagiri .

The city of Ratnagiri is a coastal district of Maharashtra state, situated on the western coast of India. It is surrounded by the beautiful hills of the Sahyadri ranges. Ratnagiri is a very beautiful city with art and Maharashtrian culture. A visit to Ratnagiri during summers is considered incomplete without shopping for HapusAamba(Alphonso Mango).

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Kolhapur .

Kolhapur is one of the most easily approachable cities in Maharashtra that offers abundant tourist attractions and also serves as an important travel hub to explore other places. Not only does the city have its famous Mahalaksmi Mandir that draws millions of pilgrims each year but is also a nodal point to visit Panhala Fort and a wildlife sanctuary just a few kilometers away.

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Nashik .

Nashik is an ancient city and the largest city in the northern region of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is situated on the banks of the River Godavari and surrounded by nine hills. Nashik is popularly known as the "Wine and Grape capital of India". Nashik is recognised as one of the destinations for the famous KumbhMela.

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Nanded .

Nanded is a city in Maharashtra state (western central India), the 8th largest urban agglomeration of the state and the 81st most populous city in India. It is also headquarters of Nanded district and second largest city in Marathwada region after Aurangabad. Nanded has been a major place for Sikh pilgrimage.10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh made Nanded as his permanent abode and passed Guruship to Guru Granth Sahib before his death in 1708 in Nanded.

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Amravati .

Amravati is a city of huge cultural and religious importance in Maharashtra. Also known as the cultural capital of the Vidarbha region. Amravati is the second-largest city after Nagpur in the Vidarbha region. It has an extensive tiger and wildlife sanctuary.

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Aurangabad .

Aurangabad is a city in the state of Maharashtra. It is the administrative headquarters of Aurangabad district and is the largest city in the Marathwada region. The city is popular as a major production centre of cotton textile and silk fabrics. Several eminent educational institutions such as Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU),are located in the city.

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Melghat Tiger Reserve .

Melghat was among the first 9 Tiger Reserves to be notified in 1973-74 under the prestigious Project Tiger movement. It is located in the Northern part of Amravati district, this is where Maharashtra meets Madhya Pradesh in the South Western Satpura mountain ranges. This Tiger Reserve is spread over 3600 sq km encompassing the Gugamal National Park, Melghat Wildlife Sanctuary and neighbouring rich deciduous Reserve Forests.

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Velneshwar .

The refreshing breeze from the tranquil sea, the soothing greenery of the coconut and areca nut gardens, the sprawling beach spreading a welcoming carpet of smooth silvery sand – all this presents a perfect scenario for an enjoyable holiday. Reputed for its rock-free beach which facilitates the ease of swimming, Velneshwar is the latest find of holiday-makers visiting Konkan. The sight that greets you is that of a 3-kilometre long unspoiled beach, small houses with red tiled roofs arranged...

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Amboli Waterfalls .

The beautiful hill-station of Amboli is rightly called the ‘queen’ of Maharashtra; such is its natural splendour. Famous among environmentalists as a precious ecological hotspot, it is cool, calm, serene and enriched with all the treasures that the world of flora and fauna can bestow upon it. Located in the princely state of Sawantwadi, Amboli is located on the ridge of the Western Ghats and is particularly majestic during the monsoon when impromptu waterfalls gush down the hilly...

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Aurangabad City .

By population the fifth-largest city in Maharashtra, Aurangabad is named after the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The city is a tourism hub, surrounded by many historical monuments, including the caves of Ajanta and Ellora which are now UNESCO ‘World Heritage Sites’, as well as the famous Bibi ka Maqbara. Interestingly, Aurangabad is titled ‘The City of Gates’ and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through it. 

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Daultabad (Devigiri) Fort .

For most tourists, Aurangabad is synonymous with the caves at Ajanta and Ellora. But there is an equally significant, and historic. This is the Daulatabad Fort, which is an architectural wonder for its rock-cut caves and passage, a structural temple, moat, defence walls, palaces, royal baths, residential quarters, bazaars, stepped wells, tanks, etc. Its historical prominence comes from the fact that during the rule of the Tughlaqs, the capital was shifted from Delhi to Deogiri which was...

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Ganapatipule .

Serene, sedate and unspoiled – these are the words often used to describe Ganapatipule, a place that not only beckons the faithful to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesh but also provides for a perfect holiday because of its beach with an almost endless stretch of silver sand and the sparkling blue waters of the ocean. In addition to that, the town itself has lots to offer by way of its typical Konkani culture and cuisine.

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Kunkeshwar .

Just stand facing the sea from atop a small hillock; witness the golden ball submerging in the ocean; and enjoy the breeze wafting in from the ocean. And behind you will be the ancient temple of Shiva. To experience this supreme moment of being in absolute communion with nature and the forces that rule the universe, go to Kunakeshwar. Assuredly, there is no other place that will fill you with this feeling of tranquility and peace.

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Markandi .

If unique art motifs in temples are what attract you, the group of temples of Markandi or Markanda Deva in Gadchiroli district of Vidarbha would be worth a visit for they certainly stand as an embodiment of the finest traditions of sculptural and architectural art of the Vidarbha region. Also, the surrounding landscape of small hillocks and the river flowing below have made Markandi a pleasing tourist attraction.

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Nanded Gurudwara .

There rarely can be a place more significant, and even holier, than where a great philosopher has lived and breathed his last, spending years together in the service of mankind. This is true of the Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib in Nanded where Guru Gobind Singhji, the tenth of the 11 Sikh gurus, held his final congregation.

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Famous Destinations in Maharashtra

Being in the western region of India, Maharashtra has been blessed with an abundant supply of natural resources and the significance of the region has been mentioned in the ancient texts.

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