Travel Tips: You too must visit Ratnagiri in Maharashtra, make a plan to visit!


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Ratnagiri in Maharashtra is not only famous for Alphonso mangoes and fish but also for its stunning beauty. It enhances the surrounding beauty with various medicinal trees, beaches and greenery everywhere. Ratnagiri is located in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, surrounded by the sea on one side and mountains on the other.

The weather here remains pleasant in most months of the year. Ratnagiri offers many options for natural beauty, but if you are interested in knowing the rich history of India, you should still visit here. It is believed that the Pandavas stayed around Ratnagiri during their 13th year of exile.


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Ganeshpuri Temple

Ratnagiri is mainly famous for the 400-year-old Swayambhu Ganeshpuri Temple. It is believed that about 600 years ago, the village head here found this idol of Lord Ganesha while digging a stone in the Kevade forest. It is one of the eight Ganapati temples in India and is known as the Western Pantheon. It is believed that everyone should visit the temple.


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Aarey-vare sea

Aarey-vare has a twin beach. On one side is Aare, which means we welcome you, there is a bridge in the middle, and on the other side is Vaare, which means we go to you. Somewhere on the beach, there is black soil and somewhere there is white soil and everywhere there are coconut trees, which doubles its beauty. The beach is very clean. Here you can also see your face in the water.

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This is the historical fort of Shivaji. There is a temple of Bhagwati in it, which is why it is also called Bhagwati Fort. This fort, with an area of ​​more than 120 acres, was built during the Bahmani period. In 1670, Shivaji Maharaj won it from Adil Shah of Bijapur. The Arabian Sea and Ratnagiri port can be seen from here. Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak is the nearest airport to reach here. The nearest railway station is Konkan.