Saturday, September 10, 2011

Konkan Ghats

kanchan athalye | Saturday, September 10, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips
 A road with lots of curves in a mountain is called as “Ghat” Two mountain ranges of southern India, separated by the Deccan Plateau. The Eastern Ghats extend about 1,448 km (900 mi) along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. The Western Ghats extend about 1,609 km (1,000 mi) along the coast of the Arabian Sea.









KONKAN GHATS

  • Kashedi ghat – Mumbai  to  Goa

  • Parshuram ghat -
  • Karnala ghat -
  • Kamthe ghat -
  • Nivali ghat - Here one nice waterfall can be seen while passing through
  • Watul ghat -
  • Akeri ghat near Sawantwadi
  • Insuli ghat near Banda
  • Sukeli ghat - near Sukeli
  • Dahanu ghat - Nasik through Javhar ghat

GHATS CONNECTING KONKAN AND DECCAN

  • Khandala ghat - Mumbai- Khopoli - Lonavala-Pune
  • Kumbharli ghat - Chiplun to Umbraj towards Pune
  • Amba ghat - Ratnagiri to Kolhapur
  • Varandh ghat - from Mahad to Pune via Varandh & Bhor
  • Ambenali ghat to Mahabaleshwar from Poladpur
  • Amba ghat to Kolhapur from Ratnagiri
  • Phonda ghat to Kolhapur from Phonda Kankavali
  • Anuskura ghat to Kolhapur from Rajapur
  • Amboli ghat to Kolhapur-Belgaum from Sawantwadi
  • Bhuibavda ghat to Kolhapur - Bhuibavda via Vaibhavvadi
  • Kashedi ghat Mumbai to Goa between Khed - Poladpur
  • Karul ghat via Vaibhavwadi to Gaganbavda -Kolhapur
  • Tamhane ghat - Mangaon to Pune
  • Kasara ghat - Mumbai - Nasik
  • Malshej ghat - Kalyan - Alephata - Junnar

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