Mahuli Fort - Mumbai
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Mahuli Fort is located at the convergence of beautiful rivers Krishna and Yenna, Mahuli, a tiny locale in the Thane district is also called as Sangam Mahuli. This town is famous for the fabulous temples, ancient forts and of course for its mountainous terrain.
Mahuli is one amongst the challenging regions of the majestic Sahyadris, and it is the highest point in the Thane district. Adorned with fabulous hill forts and peaks, Mahuli is one among the favorite place of trekkers. Like all other hilly areas of Sahyadris, Mahuli is also surrounded by luxurious thick forest, and the forest around this hilly place is declared as a national reserve.
Mahuli, a temple town, is famed for the illustrious temples that exhibit architectural excellence and elegance. Hindus in India consider Mahuli as one of the sacred places. Many of the paramount temples in Maharashtra, like Sangameswara, Visveswera, Rameswara and Boleswera are located in this region. Temples at the base of the hills, at the backdrop of mountains and lush greenery, and the rivers flowing nearby is an eye-catching spectacle.
A hamlet with many forts, Mahuli, was the core of activities of the great Maratha regime. The remnants of the gallant forts in and around Mahuli are the classic examples of Maratha architecture.
This holy place with lots of temples and shrines is also renowned for many fairs and carnivals. Fairs conducted on the occasion of Mahasivarathri and on the last Monday in the Month of Sravan attract thousands of people. An unruffled hill station with holy shrines, elegant forts and natural reserves, Mahuli stands as a picturesque holiday spot for all.
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