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Mahuli Travel Guide

Settled at the convergence of attractive rivers Krishna and Yenna, Mahuli, a tiny locale in the Thane district of Maharasha is also known as Sangam Mahuli. This destination is popular for the mythological temples, ancient forts and of course for its mountainous terrain.

Mahuli fort is one among the challenging regions of the gallant Sahyadris and it is the highest point in the Thane district. Decorated with fabulous hill forts and peaks, Mahuli is one among the favoured places of trekkers. Like all other hilly destinations of Sahyadris, Mahuli is also beleaguered by luxurious thick forest and the forest around this hilly place is announced as a national reserve.

Mahuli, a temple town, is celebrated for the famous temples that demonstrate architectural excellence and quality. Hindus in India view Mahuli as one of the sanctified places. Many of the predominant temples in Maharashtra, like Sangameswara, Visveswera, Rameswara and Boleswera are situated in this region. Temples at the base of the hills, at the background of mountains and lush greenery and the rivers running near by is an attention-getting spectacle.

A village with many forts, Mahuli, was the core of activities of the great Maratha regime. The leftovers of the chivalrous forts in and around Mahuli are the authoritative examples of Maratha architecture. This holy place with lots of temples and shrines is also famous for many fairs and carnivals. Fairs celebrated on the occasion of Mahasivarathri and on the last Monday in the Month of Sravan appeal thousands of people. A tranquil hill station with holy shrines, elegant forts and natural reserves, Mahuli endures as a picturesque culture holiday tourist destination for all.

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