Wednesday, November 19, 2014

CROCODILE SAFARI IN KONKAN

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 CROCODILE SAFARI IN KONKAN





Watch crocodiles freely in Vashishti river in their natural habitat, along with the picturesque nature and the different types of birds. June to December is good season for crocodile safari and you can see minimum 8 to 22 crocodiles in a crocodile safari. Individual attention & comfort on tour is assured. Very safe for kids and senior citizens.













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Benefits to Staying in a Bed and Breakfast

kanchan athalye | Wednesday, November 19, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips
Benefits to Staying in a Bed and Breakfast

Staying at a bed and breakfast is a wonderful alternative to the traditional hotel stay. Many B&Bs are situated in restored old homes or even mansions with period furnishings and offer a marvelous spectacle of architecture and décor that’s sure to enhance any stay. Gardens are often lush and offer comfortable seating, and rooms range from cozy to luxurious. Staying in a B&B can be a really unique travel experience and not one to be missed. Here are the benefits to staying in a bed and breakfast.

  • You can get the privacy and peace and quiet you desire. B&B tend to be more exclusive with fewer guests. They don’t often cater to families and are more popular among couples. If you’re looking for a place to spend a quiet weekend, a B&B may be your best bet.

  • You’ll get more personal service. At a B&B, there are only a handful of guests, giving you a much more personal experience. Typically, your concierge is the owner and thus is invested in making sure you have a great stay.

  • They are often located in out-of-the-way areas. Unlike hotels, B&Bs are often found off the beaten path. This provides you with a great opportunity to see less traveled parts of the community that you would otherwise miss.

  • It’s the perfect romantic getaway. In fact, B&Bs have become so popular for couples that many cater to this romantic angle, offering special romantic packages. These may include pre-planned events or excursions that are included in your stay.

  • They’re more secure. At a B&B, there are fewer people coming and going. With less going on, B&B owners tend to keep a much better eye on the hotel property than a typical hotel staff.

  • You can get a taste of the local flavour and lifestyle. B&Bs are usually established and run by locals, and tend to have their own character. Even better, B&B owners often have lots of tips concerning the best things to do and see in the local area.

  • They offer extra activities. Many B&Bs offer additional recreational activities in their regular packages. Depending on the location, you may be able to enjoy biking, hiking.

  • You’ll encounter unexpected luxuries. B&Bs tend to offer all those special extra touches that can make your stay pampering and luxurious.





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Monday, November 17, 2014

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BED AND BREAKFAST AND A HOTEL

kanchan athalye | Monday, November 17, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips
“What is the difference between a Bed and Breakfast and a Hotel”?

In order to point out the differences, let us first answer the question, “What is a Bed and Breakfast”?  Every Bed and Breakfast is a unique property.  There are many B&B’s that have a historical designation but others are very new and modern. No two will ever be the same.  A breakfast is typically included with the price of the room.   A Bed and Breakfast is the local, organic version of the hospitality industry.

Breakfast:  At B&B’s, a guest’s breakfast is included in the cost of the room.  At most hotels, especially the “luxury” hotels, breakfast can range from Rs. 250.00 – Rs. 350.00 per person.  At a Bed and Breakfast, most offer a gourmet breakfast that is served in a common area of the residence with the other guests.  A select few will deliver breakfast to the guest room at a time of their choosing.
Amenities:  This is what separates a Bed and Breakfast from a Hotel.  Some of the "extras" that a hotel provides, such as internet that can quickly add Rs. 200.00 to rs.300.00 to the bill at a hotel is provided free at  Bed and Breakfast.
Unique Rooms:  Hotels provide rooms that are designed to be one size fits all.  They are all similar in design and style. All of the rooms at a Bed and Breakfast are unique and no two are the same.  Most rooms are furnished with luxury linens and bedding.  Some have modern furnishings while others have high quality antiques.
Deposits & Cancelations:  Hotels usually secure a guests credit card to “hold” a room for the guest. The Hotel does not guarantee you a particular room in their inventory. They usually give the traveller up to 24 hours prior to cancel. Because a B&B is guaranteeing the guest one of their unique rooms they require a deposit, typically one night stay or fifty percent of the balance of the stay.  In return, the Inn no longer markets the room.  A cancellation can have a dramatic impact on a Bed and Breakfast.  Most B&B’s have high demand rooms and a limited inventory.   As a result, B&B’s have far more stringent cancellation policies.          
clip_image001      How is it that you can get so much more at a B&B? The answer is simple:
Every B&B Is Personally Operated By An Owner Whose Goal Is To Offer You The Best Possible Experience. You’re Not Just Another Room Number — You’re A True Guest, And You’ll Never Feel More Welcome Than At A B&B.


                                    B&B = Luxury Travel That Doesn't Break The Bank


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Saturday, July 19, 2014

DEVRUKH MUSEUM

kanchan athalye | Saturday, July 19, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

NEW MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS IN “DEVRUKH”

 

DEVRUKH MUSEUM A far corner of Devrukh in the Konkan region of Maharashtra has become home to precious paintings of the Bombay School of Art. What’s more remarkable is how these works of art from the British era — now valued at Rs.4 crore — got retrieved and exhibited in the newly inaugurated fine arts museum.

The story goes thus: In order that the work of talented sons of the soil be preserved within Konkan, paintings were painstakingly collected by the 4th President of the institution, Late Shri Arun V Athalye, who was ably guided in his effort by Late Shri V S Gurjar, Some of the paintings collected by Late Shri Mulye Master were generously donated by his family to Mr. Arun Athalye for the Devrukh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal.

The paintings in this collection are rendered by artists who belonged to a tradition of painters known as 'Bombay School of Art'. These painters and artists range from the three generations of the Pestonji Family, Pestonji Bomanji, Eruksha Pestonji and Dadiseth Eruksha, the father and son duo of the Haldankars, Late V S Gurjar, Late M V Dhurandhar, Late N R Sardesai, Late Dinanath Dalal and such other eminent artists whose work spans from 1850 through 1950 and beyond.

Today, they adorn the sprawling Lakshmibai Pitre Kalasangrahalaya thanks to a struggle, at whose forefront was 88-year-old resident Vasant Pitre.

The seed for the museum was sown more than six decades ago. In order that the work of talented artists from the Konkan, Sindhudurg, Raigad, Ratnagiri belt be preserved, art teacher Yashwant Mule, artist V.S. Gurjar and art connoisseur Mr. Arun Athalye started collecting the paintings. Spending from his pocket, to raising donations, the new venture became an obsession. But the dream was not to be fulfilled anytime during their lifetime. The paintings were donated to Devrukh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal (DSPM) Trust.

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“The paintings had gathered dust and were in a shambles. Around six years ago, a member of the committee illegally sold them. The process to retrieve them was lengthy and tedious,” said Shrinivas Virkar, council member of the Trust. It was then that Mr. Pitre, chairman of the Trust, got down to the job. The museum is named after his mother.

Work on the museum began about five years ago. Architect Arvind Sardal designed the building which stands on 6,000 sq.ft. of land. Mumbai-based curator Mrudula Mane was roped in. Under the guidance of museologist Sadashiv Gorakshkar, the restoration began. It was decided that the ground floor would be devoted to the Bombay School of Art painters. The second made space for contemporary artists.

Every painting offers a slice of history. Now you see a beautiful landscape of Kolhapur of the time, painted by Mr. Rahiman. Now you marvel at the earliest painting in the museum — a realistic portrait by Bomanji. Numerous, detailed human figures come alive in a small painting called “Devadarshan” in the trademark style of L.N. Taskar.

“All the paintings on the ground floor have a strong western influence. It was just the beginning of realism in the country, where painters were moving away from depicting mythology. Their brush strokes, the use of water colour were borrowed from the West. But the core subject remained Indian,” said Ms. Mane.

 

The Committee:

Vasant Manohar Pitre – Chairman

Ajay Arun Athalye, Vijay Shivram Ambekar, Vaijanath Eknath Jagusthe, Shrinivas Ramchandra Virkar, Bharti Ajay Pitre, Asawari Sansare, Ranjit Marathe, Mahendra Mukund Damle, Kashinath Satyavan Salve, Milind Hegiste, Ratnadeep Gopal Adivrekar.

 

Address: Devrukh, Taluka – Sangameshwar, Districy – Ratnagiri 415804. India

Phone: +91-2354-240259

Email: mail@devrukhmuseum.org

Website: www.devrukhmuseum.org

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

“Devrukh”- An Unexplored Tourist Destination in Konkan

kanchan athalye | Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips


Devrukh is a town in the tehsil of Sangameshwar in the Ratnagiri district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is a headquarters for the tehsil Sangmeshwar. It is part of the Konkan region. Devrukh has primarily agrarian society. Devrukh enjoys salubrious climate. Summers are warm and winters are not very chilly. However every year Devrukh experiences heavy monsoon (400 cm to 500 cm rains every year). Rice, Cashew and Alphonso (Hapus) Mangoes are major crops in Devrukh. Devrukh is a birthplace of social reformer -  Parvatibai Athavale.
 
Sightseeing in and around Devrukh:
Marleshwar, is an ancient Cave Shiva Temple, which is at distance of 17 km from Devrukh.


Karneshwar, Temple which is built in the Hemadapanthi style of Shiva Temples, and is located at around 22 km from Devrukh.

Tikleshwar, Temple which near from Devrukh.

 


‘DeCAD’ - Devrukh College of Arts and Design and buy variety of Terracotta Pottery Products, Paper Craft Products and many others at a very reasonable
price. Devrukh College of Arts and Design ‘DeCAD’ has taken shape in Devrukh to avail of the Konkan, a well - endowed region with art inclination, with scientific knowledge of visual art, to make them self-reliant through art and to inspire them to be self-employed.
Balasaheb and Vimaltai Pitre are the source of inspiration behind this magnificient concept of DeCAD. They two started two companies viz ‘Sushrut’ and ‘Adler’ in Devrukh. These companies produce medical appliances of best quality. The products of these two companies have got acclamation and are exported to many countries in the world.

 
 



 "Devrukh College of Arts and Design" website: www.decad.in





Devrukh Museum,
Museum houses a world-class collection of over 600 art objects and on focus is realist paintings from Maharashtra From 1935 onwards.
 
                             
                                   "Devrukh Museum" website: http://www.devrukhmuseum.org/





Vashi Dam,  Not the biggest dam but really great to see in the evening as it is situated facing towards Sahyadri Ranges.
 
 
 

Amba Ghat - Vishalgad Forest – Pawankhind, (All together 50km) - The place where Baji Prabhu Deshpande faught for Great Shivaji Maharaj, The road to Pwaan Khind goes from beautiful Amba Ghat(25km) and Vishalgad Road forest(38km) . You will definitely enjoy this journey specially from June to December.






























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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

SHRAVAN SARI

kanchan athalye | Wednesday, July 02, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

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Shravansari 2014 with Purna Travels

 

 

16th August: Reach TURAL by 3.30 pm, Resting time, Evening tea, Visit to Rajwadi- Hot Water Springs, Evening Snacks, Dinner

 

17th August: Breakfast, Visit to Marleshwar, Lunch, Resting time, Visit to Gokul Tali, Evening Snacks, Dinner, Enjoy Krishna Janma Programme.

 

18th August: Breakfast, Pottery Demonstration, Bullock Cart ride, Lunch, Resting time, Dahi Kala, Dinner, Departure to Thane by 9.30 pm.

 

clip_image001     Per head cost with Common stay:  For Adult : Rs. 6750.00

                                                  For Kids -3 years to 12 years:  Rs. 4750.00

 

clip_image001     Per head cost with Cottage stay:  For Adult : Rs. 8350.00

                                                 For Kids -3 years to 12 years:  Rs. 6250.00

 

The above cost includes: Transport by AC bus from Thane and return, Sightseeing, Accommodation, All Meals (Vegetarian)

 

For booking please call on 9619246419

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

MESMERISING MONSOON IN KONKAN (LADIES SPECIAL)

kanchan athalye | Saturday, June 14, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips
Whoever said happiness comes with sunshine
Hasn’t danced in the RAINS
page 1Konkan in the rains is a serene and peaceful refuge for those seeking respite from the concrete jungles of the urban world. The best thing you can do is sit out on a verandah and watch the world pass by while the hours waft into wonderful, lazy, rain-soaked days. 
And when the monsoon finally arrives, quite dramatically, it is accompanied by claps of thunder and streaks of lightning. The smell of wet earth is everywhere and the croaking of the frogs reaches a crescendo. Monsoon in Konkan means sudden bursts of torrential downpours which usually last for a short time, although occasionally, there are periods when it rains for hours on end. These sudden bursts are always succeeded by bright sunshine which lights up the countryside in brilliant colours. 
Go for quiet walks in the hinterlands and enjoy mind-riveting sights of white-washed ancient temples resting against lush green paddy fields. The breath-taking natural wonders of Konkan have to be seen, to be truly enjoyed. Yes, Konkan in the monsoons has all the ingredients of a dreamy, misty, green vacation with peace and solitude in just the right measure.
The best time to visit the Konkan Region is the monsoon season (June to September) though the ferry services are discontinued during this time. During this time, the entire area becomes a captivating and green canvas on which nature seems to have applied its finest and best brushstrokes.

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SCHEDULED BATCHES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Batch Dates Total no. Of seats Seats available
BATCH “A” 26th June to 1ST July 10 6
BATCH “B” 5th  July to 10th July 10 8
BATCH “C” 17th July to 22nd July 10 10
BATCH “D” 1st August to 6th August 10 8

Day-Wise Schedule For The Trip

Day 01: Pickup from Goa Airport / Sawantwadi Railway Station & proceed to Hotel,welcomed by host with traditional reception. Relax and unwind. Visit organic vegetable farm where you get to pick up variety of vegetables which personifies our concept of plant to plate. During your visit you can see mango orchids, teak, sandalwood, cashew, coconut, chikoo, cluster bean, jack fruit, love apple, and banana plantation. Lunch and relax. Visit to Sawantwadi Palace, Shilpgram, Chitaralli where you can see and buy local handmade articles and Moti Talao. Stay and dinner at Sawantwadi. 
Day 02: After breakfast visit to Redi Ganesh Temple & relax at Shiroda Beach & back for lunch. Evening visit  Krishna Temple at Ghavanale along with a visit to Pingule Art (ancient Thakar community culture) where you can enjoy string & shadow puppetry show. Stay and dinner at Sawantwadi.

Day 03 After late proceed towards Vengurla Sightseeing. Visit the lighthouse and Vengurla jetty. Lunch at Vengurla. Back to Sawantwadi. Stay and dinner at Sawantwadi.

Day 04: Have Breakfast and proceed towards Tilari Dam. Enjoy exotic picturesque route. Enjoy lunch at locals home or at the dam itself. If weather permits enjoy dinner with camp fire.

Day 05: Have Breakfast and proceed to explore the unexplored Kumbhavade waterfall. Get drenched and have lunch. Evening at leisure.  Stay and dinner at Sawantwadi.

Day 06: Have Breakfast and proceed towards half day Goa sightseeing and proceed towards Goa Airport or Sawantwadi Railway Station.

For cost and other details call on : 9619246419



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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Packing Tips For The Konkan Monsoon Tour

kanchan athalye | Thursday, June 12, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Whoever said happiness comes with sunshine

Hasn’t danced in the rains

Monsoons can be the best time to travel in many parts of India. In Konkan, monsoons typically last from June – September end. This is when landscapes are at their greenest and freshest, roads at their cleanest and when weather is at its most pleasant temperature.  With the end of summer vacations in Indian schools, tourist attractions are less crowded and good bargains can be found when travelling.

 

However, it can be quite irritating if you do not have the right things with you when you travel during monsoon.  Here is a list of things to pack during the monsoon:

clip_image001      Bag: Carry a light, water-proof bag so that your things stay dry.  It is also wise to purchase a plastic case for your phone, wallet and passport and ensure that electronic goods are kept securely dry in your bag.

 

clip_image001      Clothes: Wear light cotton clothes or comfortable partially synthetic clothes that can dry off quickly if you happen to get wet.  Shorts or three-quarter pants are always better than full length clothes which usually get muddied in puddles or by splash-back.  Avoid light colours which are prone to becoming stained. A jacket is a must have item particularly if you plan to walk a lot outside or trek.  A windcheater is useful to keep you warm during the rains, one without lining is better than one with as most parts of Konkan are quite warm once it stops raining. If you plan to go to a hill-station which is cooler and where it rains quite heavily, a jacket with a warm lining would also be useful.

 

clip_image001      Umbrella: Generally to just walk around cities, an umbrella should work just fine to keep you relatively dry.  Convenient folding umbrellas are easy to carry and do not take up much space. 

 

clip_image001      Shoes: Closed water-proof shoes are essential to keep your feet clean.  Tall boots or even gum-boots are good but it can get hot wearing them.  Avoid wearing open rubber slippers or sandals that will only dirty your feet.  Wearing sneakers or canvas shoes is also a bad idea as they take a long time to dry when they get wet.

 

clip_image001      Mosquito Repellent or Nets: The monsoon attracts plenty of mosquitoes and it is best to prevent yourself from being bitten so that you don’t get sick. Mosquito borne diseases such as malaria and dengue fever are very dangerous, particularly during monsoon. It is therefore important to keep repelling mosquitoes using tropical strength repellent. If you are able to set one up easily, a mosquito net is also worthwhile for when you sleep.

 

clip_image001      Food and Water: Food tends to spoil or get moist easily in the monsoons, so it is worthwhile carrying small airtight containers if you want to pack food.  Water can also be contaminated in this season, and it is safest to buy packaged water that is widely available throughout India.

 

clip_image001      Mats or Newspapers: If you plan to have picnics whilst on the road, it is useful to carry dry mats or plastic sheets to spread out on wet surfaces. These may also be useful if you have long waits at train or bus stations. 

 

clip_image001      Sunblock: You can still get sunburnt so make sure you always use sunblock even if it is raining.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Precautions For Monsoon Tourism In Konkan

kanchan athalye | Tuesday, June 10, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Precautions For Monsoon Tourism In Konkan

Monsoon season is the best season when we consider other seasons of the Konkan Sector. Many 
tourist spot lovers would like to get into tourist trips during this season. But sadly the enjoyment turns into danger in some cases. This article is related to the causes and precautions on tourism in monsoon.
After the enervating heat of the early summer, Konkan's monsoon breathes new life into the parched and dusty landscape. While most travellers have typically avoided Konkan during the wet season, some are beginning to appreciate the unique thrills offered by the Konkan monsoon. From kids splashing in puddles, to entire crowds huddled beneath shared umbrellas, to rickshaws wading through rivers that were once roads, monsoon season can be beautiful and festive. When planning your India travel dates, think twice before avoiding this magical season.


Introduction

Tourism is something that makes your mind happy and fresh. We would all like to get into trips to tourist spots during stress. But sadly some of these tourism ventures turn into danger due to lack of precautions and knowledge about hidden dangers. The monsoon season in Konkan is the best season for tourism. Many places in Konkan turn beautiful in this period. The presence of water in backwaters, sea and waterfalls make monsoon favourite for tourists. But we should take care as dangers are hidden in these journey. This article is just a small information regarding the precautions needed and causes while we conduct a tour to favourite spots.

The Facts On Tourism During Monsoon

The data available show that monsoon season is favourite for tourist and other data make us shocked too. It is the same season which takes away the life of many tourists. The enjoyment places sometimes turns out to be danger zones due to lack of care. Tourism trips in monsoon season are mainly in two types. Indian youth like to enjoy life in tourist spots and so a big gang of youth would become freedom lovers in this season. In other case families would like to enjoy the beauty of waterfalls in monsoon. Both these trips are essential in our life as they cherish good memories. But the precaution should be also ready. Especially in the case of youth. They would like to enjoy a lot and the lack of knowledge and care regarding dangers would always turn out into disasters. The data related to accident during monsoon at tourist spots also show the same. The youngsters are the most dangerous species in monsoon. Konkan is well known for monsoon beauty. But the trips should be well planned and conducted. That can only make the magical monsoon of Konkan worthy. It can be see that many accidents was due to the wishes of children to enjoy. We should be ready to avoid such wishes of children even if they insist as it is matter of life.

How To Enjoy Waterfalls?

Trips to water falls in Konkan is enjoyed by most. The natural beauty of waterfalls and the freshness of such tourist spots make the trips cherishing memories. The waterfalls with little drops shattering is one of the experiences that none of us should ever miss. In monsoon the entry of water to these falls become more. The rivers related to the waterfalls. The dams everything gets filled with water and the place turns out to be the heaven in earth. But sometimes the hell turns out in the same place. The main reason is a discourage to boards. We can see on the way and at the spots many boards giving us highlight about the dangers hidden in that place. Especially the boards asking to leave out entry to rivers. The rivers would be in anger mood in monsoon. Many would like to take a bath in such rivers and that is the biggest danger hidden. Many place selected are not at all suitable and would be having hidden problems. For example at a spot the river would seem to be silent but the underwater currents would be large and occasional people cannot find that too. They would get into the river for a simple bath but the underwater currents and waves would put them in danger. It would be easy to say that we can escape if we know swimming but at that time during the strong underwater currents even the best swimmer can't escape. So be careful about the boards that deny entry to water. It is better to avoid such entries to river when we go to tourist spots. Enjoy the natural beauty in its complete format.

Some would like to go to forest in more deep grounds. The forest would be the place of core animals. If we deny the boards regarding the entry of wild animals it would later become cause of death. We should be well aware that wild animals are not that easy to follow an escape. Monsoon season is well known and also animal richness in monsoon forest too. So always be careful about the wild animals especially in night. Never turn way from the boards and be ready with precaution like access to help from forest department etc. Never try to tease the wild animals and that would make them more prompted t attack.

Also try to avoid alcohol consumption when we look for the picnic spots. The rash driving and the absence of mind would lead to more danger. It can be well understood that alcohol is the main reason that leads to problems at tourist spots. So it is better to avoid the alcohol and enjoy nature and the beauty in Konkan with a fresh mind, not with an addicted mind.

How To Enjoy Sea And Backwaters

Trips to backwaters and sea is other mode of enjoyment. But we are well aware about the problem through tsunami and Boat tragedies. So when we plan such trips we should be well prepared. Enjoyment should never turn into death. The best way to be happy and enjoy in a boat ride would be silent nature. We should confirm that the boat is well secured and it has the escape accessories within it. Also avoid the entry to sea without proper idea. Never avoid the boards that deny entry to sea in some places. The tragedies taking place now are just some that can show the seriousness of this issue. The short waves of sea would seem small but the large waves can always bring in danger. They appear any time even after short waves. Don't try to jump over waves. It is just a guess that jump would help. But the strong waves can take you away in jump too. It is better to stay away. The power of waves sometimes take away the mind too. It take away the health soon that loss conscious. It happens easily with small waves in case of children. So always be careful about the power of sea in monsoon. It is sure that the sea is powerful in monsoon but it is beautiful too.

Conclusion


The article does not ask you stay away from tourist spots. It just asks to take some precaution so the monsoon of India would become the best ever in world. Enjoy the nature beauty of monsoon with ease and silence. Especially take a leave form alcohol in trips. That is the best way to enjoy the trips. This article is just an initiative to avoid the tragedies that are going on at the tourist spots during monsoon in India. Enjoy the beauty of monsoon but not with your life and let this poem enhance the ideas of this article to you.


Sea and we look silent
but in us we are violent.
Enjoy with family and friend
but not with life and love.
Monsoon is the best in Konkan
and time is right to enjoy
Have some precautions 
make every trip valuable
Rain everywhere here
let it be in the mind too
the rain of happiness
the rain of freshness
but not the rain of danger
Monsoon the real beauty of Konkan
Its time for your journey!!!!

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