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best places to visit in India

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Ambolgad Fort

Ambolgad Fort There is a monastery of Gagangiri Maharaj near the fort.

This is the place where Gagangiri Maharaj did penance and meditation.

From the monastery you have a beautiful view of the sea.

The waves of the sea constantly hit the rock wall of the fort, so the white foamy fountains formed are eye-catching.

Here you can also see Ambolgad Chowpatty

Juve jaitapur

Beautiful island Juve jaitapur
It is a beautiful village surrounded by water on all four sides and the village travels only by boat. This village is located on the west coast of Rajapur taluka. In particular, all the sides of the village have salt water but the water in the well is sweet.

Mahakali Temple - Adivare

Adivare village, which is about 34 to 35 km from Ratnagiri town, is famous for the Mahakali temple.

Marleshwar Temple - Maral

Marleshwar Temple - Maral
In one of the natural caves, Lord Shiva is considered to be the conscious Shivling. There are two Shivapindis in this cave, one is known as Mallikarjuna and the other is known as Marleshwar.

kanakaditya temple - kasheli

kanakaditya temple - kasheli
Shri Kanakaditya Temple is the famous Sun Temple in the village of Kasheli in Rajapur taluka of Ratnagiri district. The village of Kasheli is located 40 km south of Ratnagiri town, 24 km south of Pawas and 32 km west of Rajapur town

Devghali Beach - Kasheli

Devghali Beach - Kasheli
Devghali Beach is located in Kasheli village of Ratnagiri district , Maharashtra. Kasheli village is specially known for Kankaditya Temple.

Zari Vinayak bhatye

Zari Vinayak bhatye
This is the Zari Vinayak Temple near the sea and the road. This temple is named Zari Vinayak as it is the image of the awakened Ganapati on the banks of the springs that flow from the mountains.