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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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Rajgad Fort Part II (Descend)

If you don’t know how we landed here at 4,324 ft. above sea level, check out Part I of our adventurous tale. Adrenaline surged, we finally made it to Rajgad Fort. We inhaled cod mist into our lungs so deeply, and it was so fresh. It was magnificent and quite difficult to explain in words. The

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Rajgad Fort Part I (Ascend)

How do you define risk? Risk is a possibility of incurring misfortune or danger. Safety is the most important factor in traveling, but to find adventure, you need to take your chances. Yaseen hung on to my chest while my right hand grasping firmly on a thin metal rail. Sadik was down below me, and

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Visapur Fort- Part I- The Wrong Turn by Sadik

“Ohh!! I forgot our Camera!” What a statement when you are almost at the destination of your well awaited weekend? Thanks to my Samsung Galaxy, it is just a wonderful thing to replace a powerful camera. One problem solved, but it was just a start of many hiccups on the way. So, enjoy the captures

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Purandar Fort

After we had an enchanting experience at Lohagad Fort a few weeks back, we hoped to find a great adventure in our next trip. Trekking has become our addiction recently. We couldn’t wait for the weekend to come, so we could drive to new destination, then walk and conquer the altitude. Our next stop was

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Lohagad Fort

The other day, I asked my husband what’s happened to our city. It’s July, and by now the river should be flooded and the ground supposed to fill with puddles and green grass. “Global warming,” he answered. I felt sick immediately, knowing my favorite season is running short this year. How long it would take

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Matheran

Winter is very charming this year. The cold breeze is wonderfully gentle and fresh. It is such a perfect season for a long stroll along the mountain curves and high plateaus. I can’t think of anything to do better than holding my husband hand on the left and a tiny Yaseen’s hand on the right

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Tamhini Ghat

I love the long road trips. When I moved to India, I knew my whole life would change, my eyes were open and every step I took was such a wonderful journey. We did a number of road trips around the state of Maharashtra and many trips to the South. Every time, it’s a new

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Lonavala- Picnic in the Mist

Ever since it rained and wet, it has been a while we made our last picnic trip in the beautiful countryside around Pune. Who says picnic needs sunshine and warm air? For all I know, picnic surrounded by natural wind and greens in any conditions is always a merry experience. We have been yearning to have

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Khadakwasla Lake and Sinhagad Fort

After being stood by in the house for 2 weeks by rain, we finally decided to get out for some fresh air. Though we risked catching a rain storm but we were really excited about this trip. We got out of the house early with empty stomach hoping to find some delicious local snacks on

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