Maharashtra

MAHARASHTRA


MAHARASHTRA


Arranged in the western piece of the nation, the Deccan, Maharashtra happens to be the third biggest state in the country and stands second in populace among every single Indian state.


Encompassed by the Middle Eastern Ocean to its west, Gujarat to its northwest, Madhya Pradesh to its north, Karnataka to its south and Chhattisgarh and Telangana to it's East, this province of India is 3,07,713 sq km in the territory.


Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra just as the money related capital of the whole nation. Nagpur is known as the helper capital of the state. Otherwise called the wealthiest state, Maharashtra contributes around 15% of the mechanical yield of the nation and around 14% of its total national output. The state has a shifted scene and is limited by the Western Ghats. It brags of a few natural life havens and national parks and furthermore disparages venture Tiger, which is an endeavor to safeguard the imperiled species like the Bengal tiger, to preserve the bio-legacy of the nation. Maharashtra has a tropical rainstorm atmosphere and the yearly precipitation is between 400 mm to 6000 mm every year, with the Konkan zone getting the greatest precipitation in the state. The normal temperature differs between 25 to 27 degree Celsius in a year. With six authoritative areas and five fundamental districts, Maharashtra has 19 Rajya Sabha or Upper House seats and 48 Lok Sabha or Lower House seats.


-> Mobile Networks Availability-:

Mobile coverage networks are available in Maharashtra are Airtel, BSNL, Jio, Vodafone, etc. but the only two recommended networks are Airtel and Jio, as they provide High-speed internet connectivity and calling connectivity to the fullest.


->Area  -: The total area that state Maharashtra occupies 307,713 sq km²/ sq km, with a density of  365 per sq km.


->Languages-:

   Hindi, Marathi, English, and  Konkani. Marathi is the principal language of Maharashtra.


-> Places(cities) to Visit-:

Aurangabad

Mumbai

Pune

Mahabaleshwar

Lonavala

Panchgani

Alibaug

Satara

Ratnagiri

Matheran

Nagpur


-> Things to Do-:

-Shop Like a local

-Beach Camping in Alibaug

-Clubbing in the city of lights MUMBAI

-Late night relaxation at Marine drive

-Bandra-Worli sea link

-Taste the real VADA-PAAV at Juhu choupati

-Mumbai Darshan

and many more.....


->Best Time to Visit-:

In Summers- Mar to May (20°c - 26°c)

In Monsoon- Jun to Oct (25°c - 21°c)

In Winter- Nov to Feb (17°c - 18°c)


October to February is said to be the best time to visit the state Maharashtra.


->Emergency Contact Numbers-

Call us-    022-22044040

Police -  100

Ambulance- 102, 108, 1298 , 022-24308888

Emergency- 103, 022-23079643

Tourist Police- 022-22621855

Fire Station- 101

Traffic Police- 1095

Child & Women Emergency Helpline- 1098, 22633333

Disaster Management Cell- 022-22694725

Tourist Department-     23324910;23324911

Maharashtra tourism website- https://www.maharashtratourism.gov.in/

24 x 7 Toll Free Multi-Lingual Tourist Helpline (By Min. of Tourism)

Toll Free No: 1800 111 363

Short Code No: 1363



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