The best time to visit Maharashtra is in the months of October through February.
Summers are quite humid. Monsoons extend from June to August. The coastal areas might not be suitable then but you can head to the hill stations and enjoy the shades of green and the numerous waterfalls.
By Air: Most of Maharashtra's main cities have domestic airports. The cities of Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur have international airports, ensuring it is well connected to various parts of India and abroad.
By Road: National Highway 6 and National Highway 17 are the major highways running through the state. Road trips to the state and along its coastline make for memorable drives.
By Rail: Maharashtra has a well knit rail network with several super fast and express trains running to major cities across the country and within the state.
The Mask festival😊🙌🏼....Maharashtra has a glorious folk culture of tribals. There are diverse lifestyles, customs, traditions and festivals. Traces of primitive civilization are still visible in it. (Thread)
Looking for the ultimate summer adventure? Head over to Kalmandvi waterfall. Located just 8km south of Jawhar town, this 100-meter-deep cascade is an absolute must-see.
Join the Best Tourism Villages Competition organized by the Ministry of Tourism and showcase your unique cultural and natural heritage to the world. This competition promotes sustainable tourism, empowers communities, and preserves cultural and natural assets.
Look at these breathtaking pictures of the moon captured today by @ompsyram from Marine drive, Mumbai! It's incredible how something so far away can look so stunning up close. (Thread)
“Oriental Honey Buzzard”quenches it’s thirst but never loses sight of the surrounding.
Pic taken at Khursapar, Pench.
#IndiAves #BBCWildlifePOTD #natgeoindia #SonyAlpha #ThePhotoHour @maha_tourism
Happy Gudi Padwa 2023 to everyone!
Have a look at the images from today's Girgaon Shobha Yatra. The roadshow is celebrated by the people of Maharashtra on this auspicious day to celebrate the new year near Girgaon church.(Thread)
The time when the snow thaws and spring sprouts out of the Earth. Make your way to #MyIncredibleIndia to reap the sweet and tangy rubies of the magical month of March, a perfect time to treat your wanderlust in the strawberry farms of Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, Maharashtra.
The Inception Meet of @C20EG was inaugurated in #Nagpur today.
The meeting aims to accelerate the progress of SDGs and address social and economic development concerns of developing countries by facilitating discussions among #G20 nations.
We are pleased to announce our participation at #GTIS2023, schedule to be held from 17-19 May 2023, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. We invite you to explore our state's beauty and experience its charm. Witness the investment potential that awaits you at the summit. Register on ⏬
Here we are, in the lush green forests of Maharashtra, home to a diverse range of wildlife including tigers, leopards, elephants, sloth bears, and many more species. Maharashtra is also known for its rich birdlife with over 500 species recorded in the state. (Thread)
Yes, because we are big time foodie, & prefer both:
Chapati and Bhaat
Puran poli and Ukdi che modak
Upith and Tarri Pohe
Ghava chi khimti and Bhata chi pech
Ghava chi shevai and Tandla chi shevai
Missal Pav and Masale Bhaat
We have surely not included all. Do add your suggestions
Interesting map via @indiainpixels
Look at Maharashtra (not surprising) - closest to the center '0' score --> prefer both rice and wheat.
Among large states, Rajasthan most tilting towards wheat... while Andhra + Telangana are most tilting towards rice.
Gudi Padwa is just around the corner, and this auspicious festival marks the beginning of the New Year in the Maharashtrian calendar. It will be celebrated all over Maharashtra on 22nd March. (Thread)
Nagpur is all geared up to host the G20 summit from 20th to 23rd March 2023. Let's welcome global leaders to our city and show them the warmth of Nagpur.
Video courtesy: @Mr.kapture on Instagram
#G20 #G20Nagpur #GlobalLeaders #Nagpur #Maharashtra (1/2)
Looking for a unique and authentic experience in Maharashtra? Why not plan a visit to Nandurbar and explore the region's vibrant chilly production scene!
Chillies are an important crop in Nandurbar. (1/6)
India is incredible and See this incredible reverse waterfall in Maharashtra india 😍
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