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Trek to Ghangad Fort

Ghangad Fort 6

We’re still obsessed with the beauty of the monsoon. We woke up in the morning, and the boys put on their trekking shoes while I brewed some hot chocolate and put it in the flask. We’re ready for another weekend adventure. This time we’re going to the notorious Ghangad Fort, the magnificent fort hidden in

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Bedse Caves

Something that has been standing for 2,300 years, against rain, storm, wild wind and traveler invasion, tells stories while you are enchanted by it. The determination and artistic of the creator of these ancient buddhist caves amazed me. With too little technologies and advance tools, the labors of Bedse Caves carved the one great mountain

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Bhaja Cave

When my husband turned the car off the highway to the smaller, rougher track, as the car jumped over the uneven path, it didn’t humor me. I was really skeptical about visiting another Buddhist cave since my 5 years ago visiting its brother cave, Karla cave, was not so present. I visited Karla cave 5 years ago

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