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How many of you have visited this temple known as Gadachandi..? It's on the way to Hadagarh Dam, on the left of Chenapati Chowk. Here (Goddess) Maa Chandi is worshiped. The temple is actually a part of the cave in the lower parts of the Boula Hills. From a near by rock a perennial stream flows down creating a beautiful scenery. You will not find about this place on internet. But the place is worth visiting.
📍Candolim lies 15 kilometres from Panjim, the Goan capital, in northern Goa. Beginning at Fort Aguadaand merging with Calangute Beach towards the end, it is one of the longest beaches in the state. The beach in itself is very calm, at times tourists come here from Rajneesh Ashram in Pune to take a break.
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📍A beautiful hill station with its numerous lakes, waterfalls and mountains, Malshej Ghat is popular among hikers, trekkers and nature lovers.
Malshej Ghat is an ideal retreat from the clamor of city life and is a heaven abode full of natural beauty. With uncountable number of waterfalls to beautifully structured dams and steep, lofty forts, the ghat is a perfect place for nature lovers delight. This place is especially beautiful during monsoons and is one of the favourite weekend getaways for youngsters from Mumbai, Pune and Thane. Harishchandragad fort is a fort in this area and is very popular among trekkers. The temples in this area date back to 16th century AD and are great examples of architectural marvel. 👉@india_revealed
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