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Mumbai to Goa ferry is starting soon. Would you like to try out this journey?

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Dada Hari ni Vav is an intricately designed step-well (on the lines of the more famous Adalaj ni Vav) built about 500 years back in the year1501, under the reign of Mehmud Begda. Like most step-wells, this too is designed to store water and provide a resting place for the travelers.

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Jyotiba temple is dedicated to Jyotiba, who is believed to be the reincarnation of the trinity of Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Two major festivals also takes place here on the full moon nights of Chaitra and Vaishkha months.

Located at a distance of about 21 kilometres, it takes about 45 minutes in your own car. Regular buses also take pilgrims to the temple and back, especially during the festivals.

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Located on the banks of Krishna river and right on the border of Maharashtra and Karnataka, Kopeshwar temple at Khidrapur are a beautiful reminder of what our ancestors left back for us as cultural, religious and architectural heritage. I made a completely unplanned visit to the temple and came back impressed and inspired.

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Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India, and in the city of Pune also it's only next to Ganesh pooja in scale. The old city Diwali markets of #Pune are the liveliest in days leading up to the festivals - men, women of all age groups come in large numbers and shop till they have exhausted all the money.

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Tigers are known to travel large distances, sometimes hundreds of kilometers, and so it was completely normal for me to make this 500 km odyssey (isn't that what you humans call it) from my home in Bor to Ashti, then on to Nagpur via Warud and finally back again in Bor. No one ever gave me a name, but I am now famously known as T27-C1 (yawn, boring), though I prefer to call myself The Wanderer.

As your courts decided soon whether or not I should be killed, here's an interesting fact - currently, it is estimated by The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) that at least one tiger is killed for use in traditional Chinese medicine every day. Certainly killing one more tiger can't be so bad, right? See I am building a case against myself. Sarcasm, anyone?

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Kolhapur is iconic in many ways - an ancient city which traded with the Romans, the erstwhile capital of the powerful Maratha Empire, the land of spicy Kolhapuri food and iconic Kolhapuri chappals, the abode of goddess Ambabai at Mahalaxmi Temple, and above all its home to some very warm people who go out of their way to help. Here's a detailed travel guide to places to visit in Kolhapur. The guide is based on my personal experiences, but I have also included recommendations from friends from Kolhapur, especially on Kolhapuri food :)

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Vadnagar, located north of Ahmedabad, is now famous as our current Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthplace, though unfortunately I never clicked a picture of his house when I visited the town. He was born in Vadnagar, but lived in many different places across Gujarat. The people in the town do have some fond memories of Narendra Modi's childhood days. This post is about Vadnagar and everything you would want to know travel in the city.

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