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it includes culture of maharashtra, beaches, forts, etc.

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  • One of the many beaches that also are known as a pilgrimage site, Ganapatipulle on the western coast of Maharashtra also doubles as a tourist resort. You can go on excursions to the nearby Jaigad Beach and Fort, Velneshwar Beach temples. Ganapatipule Beach in Maharashtra
  • Marve-Manori-Gorai Beach in Maharashtra Distinct from the crowded beaches of Mumbai, the three tiny stretches of beaches to the north of Mumbai, Maharashtra, is an ideal place for picnics, treks on the hilly backdrop, walks and introspection. Marve, a fishing village, is closest to Mumbai and the quietest of the three beaches whereas, the beaches at Manori and Gorai are popular for the late night beach parties.
  • Juhu Beach in Maharashtra Juhu Beach in Mumbai is one of the more popular beaches in Maharashtra that are equally famous with the locals as with the tourists, especially for the bhelpuri and chat available at the food stalls lining the beach. You can even spot a celebrity walking down the Juhu Beach on your tour of the beaches in Maharashtra.
  • Marine Drive and Chowpatty Beach in Maharashtra It is said that the Mumbai experience is incomplete without a bite of the famous Mumbai paav-bhaji at the Chowpatty beach. Fringed by the marine drive along the Arabian Sea, this beach is also the site where the idols of Lord Ganesh are immersed in water to mark the end of Ganesh Chaturthi.
  • Formed by the Bor dam (a key feature of the Bor river project), this reservoir is a great picnic spot - and a showcase for a wide spectrum of wildlife, including sambhar, cheetal, barking deer, nilgai, tigers, leopards, and wild dogs..
  • The Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve extends over an area of 257 sq. km. in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura hill ranges, along the northern boundary of Nagpur District. I was declared a National Park by the Government of Maharashtra in 1975 and received the official status of "Tiger Reserve of India" in February 1999.
  • ASHTA VINAYK Vinayak is a new name for Ganesh, the god loved and worshiped by Hindus all over. peer of the realm Ganesh is the guardian of his devotees. Eight (Astha) naturally-formed sculpted mineral statues encompass been housed in old temples at the spaces wherever these statues were first found.
  • SHIRDI 122 kms beginning Nashik is the house of one of Maharashtra's most respected saint -- Sai Baba of Shirdi. Popularly renowned as the 'Child of God', Sai Baba preached tolerance towards all religions and the implication of collective brotherhood. All motion at Shirdi revolves about the huge temple center keen to Sai Baba.
  • JYOTIRLINGAS Just partly a kilometre beginning the Ellora Caves is Ghrishneshwar Temple. It enshrines one of the 12 jyotirlingas keen to Shiva. The temple stockade are handsomely sculptured. equally the temple and its masonry reservoir were built by king Ahilyabai Holkar, who ruled Indore starting 1765 to 1795.
  • MAHALAXMI OF PILGRAMAGE This exquisitely carved temple draws millions of pilgrims on or after all done India and is an of the essence spiritual centre. completed the years, members of quite a few royal families have wanted the blessings of the idol -- Mahalaxmi or Amba Bai.
  • Mahabaleshwar means ‘God of Great Power’ in Sanskrit. Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra’s most popular hill station, and once the summer capital of the Bombay Presidency during the British Raj. The town bazaar is called Malcolm Peth after the then British Governor of Bombay, Sir John Malcolm. There’s Mount Malcolm, the one-time residence of Governor Malcolm; Moraji Castle, where Mahatma Gandhi lived during 1945; and the Mahabaleshwar Club.Mahabaleshwar is known for its numerous sightseeing points, each providing a unique perspective of the majestic hill range. one could visit Old Mahabaleshwar and the famous Panchganga Mandir, which is said to contain the springs of five rivers: Koyna, Venna, Savitri, Gayatri and the sacred Krishna River.
  • In the southern ranges of the Sahyadri hills, Amboli at an altitude of 690 m is the last mountain resort before the coastal highlands settle, with a sigh, to form flat beaches. Seaview Point offers a rare view of the land all the way to the golden Konkan coast. You can spend hours angling for a fish at Hiranya Keshi or picnic at Nagatta Falls, Mahadev
  • The twin hill resorts of Khandala and Lonavala have a special attraction for the Mumbai crowd seeking a convenient weekend holiday in the hills. Other attractions: Bhushi Dam, Valvan Dam, Kaivalyadhama Yoga Hospital, Duke’s Nose, Ryewood Park, Tiger’s
  • Panchgani derives its names from the five or 'panch' hills around it. At an altitude of 1334 m it is just 38 m below Mahabaleshwar. The walkways are thickly canopied by lush trees and vegetation. Table Land, a flat mountain peak majestically overlooks the coastal plains.
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  •  Insufficient accommodation, unclean rooms ,food problems.  Tourists are exploited economically and criminal elements in India makes, visits to India unsafe.  The tourists attractions are being damaged by natural as well as artificial factors.  The importance of culture ,tradition , heritage are often neglected and taken for granted by the natives of the country
  •  Government has taken a step ahead by advertising the importance of tourism and heritage  Relaxing tax burdens on the Indian citizens as people will have more savings for vacation,Hence promote domestic tourism  Providing better protection for the guests in our country by providing better facilities and better control  Providing awareness amoung the citizens about the need for preservation of Indian heritage and tradition.