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Patalganga is a huge industrial area, MIDC near Karjat and Panvel. It has got its name from the Patalganga River.
The name of the village is Pedhe, but is popularly known as Kshetra Parashurama. It is situated on the top of a hill. The village is some five miles from Chiplun.The temple forms the focal point of the village. it is a large rectangular enclosure surrounded by brick and stone walls pierced by arched gateways. The eastern gateway is the biggest and a drum-house, i.e. a nagarkhana surmounts it.
The eighth largest metropolises in India, Pune is located in the state of Maharashtra .Pune is an interesting city, sprawling and colourful. Resting upon a rich and illustrious heritage of over 600years old, the bustling city of Pune / Punyanagari or Poona as it is called is situated upon the banks of the Mula and Mutha rivers.,,
Ranjangaon is a village located at a distance of about 50 km from Pune, en route to Shirur in Maharashtra, and it houses a shrine to Mahaganapati .The Mahaganapati is considered to be one of the Ashtavinayaka shrines of Maharashtra, celebrating eight instances of legends related to Ganesha--
Ratnagiri is city located on the western coast of the Indian State of Maharashtra. The city has many forests, beaches and forts, which attract many tourists from all over Maharashtra. Ratnagiri was once an administrative capital and port of the Muslim Kingdom of Bijapur. Ratnagiri came under the reign of the Satara kings in 1731, but later the British Empire took over in 1818.--
SANGLI city is located in the Indian state of Maharashtra on the banks of river Krishna, nearly 400 kilometers southeast of Mumbai. Sangli is surrounded by Vijapur District to the east, Satara and Solapur districts to the north, Ratnagiri District to the west and Kolhapur and Belgaum districts to the south.
Satara is located in the Satara District of Maharashtra. The name of satara town has been derived from the seven mountains surrounding the place implying sat (seven) and tara (hills).