Bhasin Tower ( Mangaon )

  1 BHK & 1 RK Flats Available ( Bhasin Tower )
Amenities Area
  Garden Area   1 BHK – 450 sq ft
  Attractive Main Gate & Complex Wall With Security Cabin   For Residential -
Rs. 3750 - 4000 per Square Feet
  Open & Stilt Parking For Cars & Bikes   For Commercial -
Rs. 8000 Onwards per Square Feet
  Underground & Overhead Sufficient Water Tank

Indraprashth ( Mahad )

  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  Fire Tank As per Approval   1 BHK – 540 sqft
  Sewage Drainage Line

Rs. 2700 - 3000
Per Square Feet

  Watchmen Desk
  Intercom In All Flats
  Compound Wall With Lighting
  Flooring In Compound
  Lift With Power Backup
  Children Play Ground
  Provision To Install Inventor

Shirin Park ( Mahad )

  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  CCTV Surveillance   1 BHK – 500 / Sq.ft
  Lift With Power Backup   2 BHK – 700 / Sq.ft
  Open & Stilt Parking For Cars & Bike

Rs. 2500 Per Square Feet

  Children Play Area With Garden
  Attractive Main Gate & Complex Wall


  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  CCTV Surveillance   1 BHK – 500 / Sq.ft
  Lift With Power Backup   2 BHK – 700 / Sq.ft
  Open & Stilt Parking For Cars & Bike


  Children Play Area With Garden
  Attractive Main Gate & Complex Wall


  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  Fire Tank As per Approval   1 BHK – 540 sqft
  Sewage Drainage Line


  Watchmen Desk
  Intercom In All Flats
  Compound Wall With Lighting
  Flooring In Compound
  Lift With Power Backup
  Children Play Ground
  Provision To Install Inventor

Gulmohar Apt, Jalagaon-Dapoli

  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  Fire Tank As per Approval   1 BHK – 540 sqft
  Sewage Drainage Line


  Watchmen Desk
  Intercom In All Flats
  Compound Wall With Lighting
  Flooring In Compound
  Lift With Power Backup
  Children Play Ground
  Provision To Install Inventor


Shirin Park ( Mahad )

  1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats Available
Amenities Area
  CCTV Surveillance   1 BHK – 500 / Sq.ft
  Lift With Power Backup   2 BHK – 700 / Sq.ft
  Open & Stilt Parking For Cars & Bike

Rs. 2500 Per Square Feet

  Children Play Area With Garden
  Attractive Main Gate & Complex Wall

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Konkan Attractions

Konkan is the western coast strip of Maharashtra, a state of India. It is bordered by Arabian Sea on the west and Sahyadri Mountains on the east. This rain bathed region is perennially lush green and perilously mountainous.

Alibag Beach

Murud Janjira Fort

Pen To Alibaug

  • Sub- Urb of Mumbai And New Mumbai.
  • Benefits on Investments guaranteed.
  • You can explore a plethora of beaches lined with coconut palms, boasting black or white sands, and mostly suitable for swimming and water sports.
  • There are some tourist attractions near Pen and Alibaug mainly Murud Janjira Fort & Underi Fort, Kihim beach, Kashid beach, Alibaug beach, Bramh kund, Kankeshwar devasthan temple, ect.

Raigad Fort

Harihareshwar Beach

Mahad To Mangaon

  • Industrial corridor
  • International gateway
  • Benefits on investment guaranteed
  • Main attraction in Mahad & Mangaon is Raigad Fort which is a capital of Shivaji Maharaj’s maratha empire and place of inspiration for world same as Chawdar tale where Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar did Satyagrah for poor peoples & made water available for everyone.
  • Few other tourist attractions such as, Harihareshwar temple & beach, Shrivardhan beach, Bhira Power plant, Vireshwar temple in mahad, Gandhar Pale Caves, Lingana & Sondai Fort, and manymore.

Kadyavrcha Ganpati

Sindhudurg Fort


  • konkan development and nature
  • Feel real konkan… just for you Land for everyone
  • Benefits on investment guaranteed
  • This region have historic important as well as mythological connections. Parshuram temple near Chiplun is famous as people1 believe that Sant Parshuram was sixth avtar of lord Vishnu.
  • Kadyavarcha Ganpati, Murud, Dapoli, Kelshi beach, Enron Power Projects are most visited places in Dapoli.
  • Vijaydurg & Sindhudurg are two main forts in sidhudurg district. Velneshwar , Hedavi temple & Ganpatipule Ganpati temple are also some of those attractions.

Parshuram Bhumi:

Parshuram Bhumi

    Located atop a hill, Parshuram Bhumi is known in the entire region for its unspoilt beauty and splendour. You can also find a 21 feet tall statue of Lord Parshuram here, located on top of a half globe. One can get stunning views of the Tamas Teertha and the surrounding natural landscapes from Parshuram Bhumi. There is a meditation room here as well, where one can enjoy photography and meditation.

    Location : MSH4 Burondi village, Tehsil Dapuli, Taleshwarnagar, Maharashtra 415720

Harnai Port:

Harnai Port:

    Home to two of the most famous forts in the region, namely Kanakadurga and Suvarnadurga, Harnai Port is also one of the biggest fishing harbours in the country. While Kanakdurga is the land fort, Suvarnadurga is the sea fort. In addition to fishing and local fishing auctions every day, you can also find a variety of fish from the Harnai Port. The Harnai Port was built by Adil Shah and later captured by Shivaji. Today, it is the only existing remains of Adil Shah’s reign in the region.

    Location : C.D. Block, Ratnagiri District, Dapoli, Maharashtra 415720

Panhalekaji Caves

Panhalekaji Caves

    Located on the banks of the Kotjai river, these ancient artificial caves date back to almost 1000 years. You can find around 29 rock caves of various different sizes here, all scattered alongside the river bank. The Panhalekaji Caves are surrounded by dense verdant forests and small streams flowing through them, exuding a very otherworldly charm and transporting you to the bygone eras. The caves also have numerous Hindu and Buddhist sculptures and idols inside them.

    Location : Panhale Kazi, Dapoli, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra 415711

Unhavare Hot Springs:

Unhavare Hot Springs

    Amongst the very first natural and perennial hot water springs in the country, the Unhavare Hot Springs are located in the heart of Dapoli, near the river. Surrounded by mystical hills, dense forests, meadows and lushgreen fields, these hot springs have hot water which arises naturally from the ground and simultaneously gets cooled by theriver. The water of the springs has the presence of Carbon Dioxide and Sulphur in them, which make it very therapeutic and healing, and is said to heal skin issues and other ailments.

    Location : Unhavare, Dapoli, Maharashtra 415711

Kadyavarcha Ganpati Temple:

Kadyavarcha Ganpati Temple

    Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, this ancient temple is located in the Anjarle region in Dapoli. Built in 1150 A.D., it was later reconstructed in the late 1760s. The temple is built atop a cliff, and offers stunning views of the Surrounding landscapes of the hamlets. In addition to a stunning architecture, the temple has pillars that are made of woodand add grandeur to the structure. The temple is one of the only Lord Ganesha temples in the country which has a right-side placement of the idol, which means that Lord Ganesha’s trunk curves towards the right, which is quite rare.

    Location : Anjarle, Dapoli, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra 415711

Murud Beach:

Murud Beach

    This is a stunning black sand beach in Dapoli, with the turquoise waters of Arabian Sea acting as its background. Sprawled across 1.75 kilometres, the beach is one of the most famous beaches in Maharashtra and is great for enjoying water sports and other beach activities like parasailing, banana boat ride and horse riding, amongst others. It is from here that you can enjoy the magical views of the sunset, or the ancient ruins of the Janjira Fort along with the island of Padmadurg. On a clear day, you can also catch a glimpse of dolphins from this beach.

    Location : Dapoli, Maharashtra 415711

Kelshi Beach:

Kelshi Beach

    This is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt beaches in the region. Expanding across 3 kilometres, this stunning beach is surrounded by dense forests of coconut, palm, mango, betel nut and cypress trees. With the azure sea and the Utambar hills acting as backdrop, and the white sands spread across the skyline, the beach is great for a memorable picnic or relaxation. The Kelshi beach is also a great place to enjoy birdwatching, as many migratory birds visit the beach and its surrounding forests during the colder months.

    Location : Dapoli, Maharashtra 415711

Keshavraj Temple:

Keshavraj Temple

    Located in a small hamlet called Asud in Dapoli, the Keshavraj Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The road to this old temple can be accessed by foot, and one has to walk through dense lanes full of coconut, mango, cashew and betel nut trees on either side, which adds to the thrill of the location. The temple is said to have been built by the Pandavas in one single night, and has a magnificent statue of Lord Ganesha at the entrance. You can also find a natural spring that originates from the hilltop and flows down to the front of the Keshavraj Temple, adding to its opulent beauty.

    Location : Vyaghreshwar- Garambi Road, Asud, Dapoli, Maharashtra 415713



    In Ratnagiri The famous Ganpatipule, is well known for the Ganapati temple on the shore and also its beautiful beach

    Location : Ganpatipule

Taluka Wise Details

We are providing the Taluka Wise Details information of Konkan Region.


Mahad is a city in Raigad District situated in the North-Konkan region of Maharashtra state, India. It is located 108.5km from District's Headquarter Alibaug and 167km from Mumbai state capital of Maharashtra and Economic capital of India, towards Western Coast.

Mahad M.I.D.C. & Economic Corridor:
Mahad is now well-developed with town infrastructure. Mahad MIDC which is set-up near Birwadi is the small Chemical Industry cluster. Mahad is part of proposed Panvel-Mahad-Chiplun-Panjim Economic Corridor under Bharatmala Project.

Konkan Railway Line starts from Roha-Kolad and exits Raigad district via Veer. Main railway stations in Mahad is Veer Railway Station. National Highway NH 66 (previously known as NH 17) passes through Mahad. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation has a Bus Depot at Mahad for public transport.

    Attractions :

  • Raigad Fort
  • Chawdar Tale
  • Gandhar Pale Buddhisht Caves
  • Shivthar Ghal And Dasboth
  • Vireshwar Maharaj Temple

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Raigad Fort

Chawdar Tale


Mangaon is a small town (and taluka) in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, India. It is located in the Raigad District, 80 kilometer (49.7 miles) from Alibaug headquarters, and 119 kilometres (73.9 miles) from the state capital of Mumbai, towards the Panjim side. The Vile-Bhagad M.I.D.C. industrial zone, which is located in Mangaon, was previously in a dilapidated state due to a lack of investment. Lately, however, the zone has increased in importance and houses several steel companies, including POSCO.Ltd Moreover, Tata Power ltd hydroelectric project has greatly reduced the need for additional energy generation in the Mangaon Taluka and industrial zones in Raigad. The Dr. Babasaheb Technical University, lonere was established in the Mangaon taluka mainly catering to industrial and technical industries and offers several courses in petroleum and chemical technology.

    Attractions :

  • Shingroba Temple
  • Birla Mandir
  • Solan Pada Dam
  • Mruggad Fort
  • Balaji Temple
  • Tamhini Ghat

Our Ongoing Projects

Solan Pada Dam

Tamhini Ghat


Poladpur is a cencus town in Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Poladpur is a town named after Poladjung, one of the knights in the army of Mughal Emperor Aurangjeb. He was beaten and buried at Poladpur during the Shivaji Maharaj’s Era by the elite warriors of the Chitre clan.

Poladpur is Located on Mumbai Goa Highway i.e. NH 17 and about seventeen kilometres from Mahad town and about 200 kilometres from Mumbai. The Ambenali Ghat connects Poladpur to Mahabaleshwar. Mahabaleshwar one of the most popular tourist destinations in India is around 40 km from Poladpur city. From Poladpur one can reach to Pratapgad fort, a fort built by Shivaji Maharaj’s which is 15 km from city.

    Attractions :

  • Pratapgad Fort
  • Shivkalin Khedegaon
  • Handcraft And Art Galleries
  • Hanging Bridge In Ghagarkond
  • Poladpur Is A Get Way Of Mahabaleshwar
  • Kudpan Mostly Known As A Mini Mahabaleshwar.
  • Par Devi Temple & Historic Bridge Built In The Era Of Shivaji Maharajs’.

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Pratapgad Fort

Hanging Bridge In Ghagarkond


Roha is a small city and taluka in the Raigad district of the Maharashtra state of India. It is located 120 km southeast of Mumbai. It is the starting point of kokan railways and end point of central railways(Mumbai). Many chemical industries have opened up their manufacturing bases in Roha. Roha is located between the banks of the Kundalika Rever and the hills of Kalasgiri. It has a population of over 20,849.Roha is connected to Mumbai by Panvel-Roha railway line. Roha is also the northern end of the Konkan Railway. Roha is off of the Mumbai Goa Highway, via the Kolad road.

Main Attraction :
Roha is very well known for its Dhavir Temple. Dhavir Maharaj is the prime deity of Roha. Every year the town celebrates Navratri by holding a ten-day festival called Dasra at the Dhavir Temple. On the day following Dasra, a Palkhi carrying the statute of Dhavir Maharaj is taken through the town where it visits each house for the Aarti. It is presumably, only after Durga, Kolkata, that the palkhi is given government salaami (21 gun salute) with full honours.

Industrial Growth :
Roha has a huge industrial setup. This area is a Chemical Industry Zone as declared by Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), which was set up in the 1970 is located at Dhatav. Roha Industrial Area has many industrial units. Majority of these are chemical process industries. The late '70s and early '80s saw a major influx of people related to the chemicals industry which gave a unique cosmopolitan nature to Roha which was till then only a farming and trading town. The recession of the early 2000s saw many units being closed down. However several Industries are still operating.

Our Ongoing Projects

Dhavir Temple

Industrial Development


Alibag is a coastal town and a Municipal council in Raigad District of Maharashtra. It is the headquarters of the Raigad district and is south of the city of Mumbai. Alibag is part of Mumbai Metropolitian Cities. Alibag is located about 120 km south of Mumbai, The District Government offices are located along the sea coast road. Alibag is the center place of Raigad District.

Notable Peoples From Alibaug :
• Kanhoji Aangre - admiral, chief of the Maratha Nevy in 18th-century India
• Ashvini Bhave - actress
• Devdatta Nege - actor
• Nana Patekar - film actor and writer
• Arun Shridhar Vaidya - general who led Operation Blue Star
• Mugdha Vaishyampayan- singer
• Nanasaheb Dharmadhikari - Indian spiritual Guru

    Attractions :

  • Alibaug Beach
  • Kashid Beach
  • Nagaon Beach
  • Murud Janjira Fort
  • Underi Fort
  • Kulaba Fort

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Alibaug Beach

Murud Janjira Fort


Karjat is a town administered under a Municipal Council in Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is served by Katraj Railway Station. Karjat forms part of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Karjat is located approximately at a distance of 70km from Mumbai and 100km from Pune. Karjat is one of the most famous weekend holiday destinations near Mumbai. Located in the close proximate to Ulhas river, karjat is well known for its scenic natural panoramas, huge mountains, ancient caves, temples and forts. This beautiful and small city is nearly 68 KM away from Mumbai and is popularly known for people who love trekking. The cool climate and scenic splendor make Karjat a place where people can relish their outings with great satisfaction and enjoyment.

• Kanhoji Aangre - admiral, chief of the Maratha Nevy in 18th-century India
• Ashvini Bhave - actress
• Devdatta Nege - actor
• Nana Patekar - film actor and writer
• Arun Shridhar Vaidya - general who led Operation Blue Star
• Mugdha Vaishyampayan- singer
• Nanasaheb Dharmadhikari - Indian spiritual Guru

    Attractions :

  • Ulhas river
  • Kotaligad
  • Ulhas Valley
  • Bhivpuri Waterfall
  • Kondana Caves
  • Navra Navri Ridge

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Bhivpuri Waterfall


Khopoli is an industrial city in the Khalapur taluka of Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra, at the base of the Sahyadri mountains. Patalganga River which is the tailrace channel of Tata Hydroelectric Power station flows through Khopoli. It is a Municipal Council and is a part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Khopoli Municipal council covers an area of 30 km2. Khopoli is served by a Railway station connected to the Mumbai suburban railway by a single line from Karjat. The distance between CST to Khopoli is 114.24 km along the Central Railway Suburban Line which is a Broad Guage line carrying electric Locomotives.

It is also located on NH 4 about 80 km south of Mumbai. Khopoli is located approximately at a distance of 80 km from Pune. Khopoli is considered to be located in between Mumbai and Pune with both cities located approximately at the same distance. The industries are developed due to strategic importance of the region as Mumbai - Pune national highway passes through the city. The city is nicknamed as a city of waterfalls due to number of waterfalls attractions seen in the rainy season. Due to presence of industries, city has attracted migrants from the states across India. Tourism industry has been flourished in the city from past few years.

    Attractions :

  • Kune Waterfall
  • Rajmachi Fort
  • Imagica Theme Park
  • Zenith Waterfall
  • Gagangiri Ashram

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Rajmachi Fort

Imagica Theme Park


Panvel is a locality in Raigad District of Maharashtra in Konkan region, and is a node of Navi Mumbai city. It is highly populated due to its closeness to Mumbai & Pune. Panvel is located in the Mumbai Metropolitan region. Panvel is the first Municipal Corporation in Raigad and the 27th Municipal corporation of Maharashtra State. Panvel lies approximately 40 kilometers east of Greater Mumbai right outside the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. New Panvel is strategically located on the eastern side of the Mumbai-Bangalore National Highway (NH-4) and the Mumbai-Pune Expressway.

It is well connected to rest of India by road and railway. New Panvel is divided in two parts – New Panvel East and New Panvel West (commonly known as Khanda Colony). They have 19 and 23 sectors respectively. It has separate railway station for Panvel and Khandeshwar. Panvel is surrounded by some major Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation(MIDC) managed regions like Patalganga, Taloja, Nagothane, Roha, Khopoli, Bhiwandi. Some of the Indian industry majors like Larsen & Turbo Ltd, Relience, Hindustan Organic Chemical Ltd., ONGC, IPCL are based around Panvel providing mass employment. The JNPT port is also located near Panvel. New SEZ declared by government are coming around Panvel.

    Attractions :

  • Karnala Fort
  • Karnala Bird Sanctuary
  • Matheran
  • Ballaleshwar Ganpati Temple, Pali
  • Varadvinayak Ganpati Temple, Mahad (महड).

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Ballaleshwar Ganpati Temple, Pali



Khed is a town with a Municipal council, in the Ratnagiri District. Situated on the Mumbai-Goa Highway, NH 66, it is surrounded by a number of villages. Khed is the headquarters of Khed Taluka which connects the district administration with the village administration. Alphanso Mango are grown in the area around the town. Khed lies off National Highway NH 66, popularly known as Mumbai-Goa Highway, which connects Khed with cities like Manglore, Panaji, Madgaon, Karwar and Udupi. The Bharna Naka – Khed road, part of state highway SH-106, connects NH-66 to the town of Khed. Khed has a railway station on the Konkan Railway line and a Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation(MSRTC) bus station connecting Khed taluka to major cities in Maharashtra. Khed railway station connects three taluka (Dapoli, Mandangad, and Khed) to the railway map of India.

Several factories that produce Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals are located in Khed. Furthermore, the Maharashtra Industrial Development  Corporation(MIDC) has developed the Lote-Parshuram industrial area in Khed.

Places To Watch :
The Bhagwan Parshuram Temple is located in the city on NH-66. the Temple is on the hilly area of Khed City and also the mid location from Khed as well as Chiplun. Kalkai temple is one of the best places to visit. The Jalal Shah Baba Dargah is located in the city on NH.66. the Dargah is on the Veral Gav next to Khed Railway station

Our Ongoing Projects

Bhagwan Parshuram Temple

Kalkai Temple


Dapoli is a town in Ratnagiri District, Maharashtra. It is 215 km (134 mi) from the state capital of Mumbai. Dapoli is also known as Camp Dapoli  as British set their camps in Dapoli. Many high-ranking British officers' graves are found in this town. The town also has an abandoned church from the time of the British Raj. Dapoli is home to one of the biggest Agricultural Universities in India, Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Kokan Krishi Vidyapith. Dapoli is administered by the Dapoli Municipal Council. The town is located at an altitude of 800 ft (240 m). It is also called "Mini Mahabaleshwar” because of its year-round cool weather. It is 8 km (5.0 mi) from the Arabian Sea and acts as the main town for several small surrounding.

The Mumbai Goa National Highway No 17 and NH 66 connect Dapoli with Mumbai while SH 70, 96 and 102 link Dapoli with Pune. Dapoli is located about 220 km from Mumbai and 185 km from Pune. MSRTC (Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation) buses daily ply to Dapoli from chief destinations in western Maharashtra and Konkan such as Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, etc. One can also use the private luxury buses operated from Mumbai and Pune or rent a cab.

Khed Railway Station located at the distance of 29 kilometers from Dapoli is the nearest railhead that can be availed for reaching Dapoli via train. Khed is a stoppage on the Konkan Railway Line and provides connectivity with several major cities including Mumbai, Panvel, Pune, Ratnagiri, Chiplun, Sawantwadi etc through a number of regular trains.

    Attractions :

  • Ladghar Beach
  • Keshavraj Temple
  • Karde Beach
  • Murud Beach

Bhagwan Parshuram Temple

Ladghar Beach

Located a little over 200 kilometres from Mumbai, Dapoli is a small city surrounded by coconut and palm trees. Dapoli is located in the northern part of the district of Ratnagiri, in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, and is a popular beach destination. In addition to the many coconut farms that are scattered in Dapoli, the city also has numerous scenic beaches, which offer beautiful views of the seashore and the natural landscapes. The verdant greenery, along with the hills surrounding the city, add to its beauty.

Dapoli is a treasure trove of sightseeing attractions, and has something to offer to all kinds of tourists. From pristine beaches and historical structures, to ancient temples, mesmerising caves and age-old forts, the city has a lot to explore. Some of the best attractions of Dapoli include the Harnai Sea Port, which is one of the best attractions that offer a glimpse into the rich history and culture of the region. Other famous attractions of Dapoli include the Kanaka Durga Fort, also known as the Land Fort, and the Suvarnadurg, or the Sea Fort. You can also take a dip at the perennial Unhavare Hot Springs, and relax during your trip here. For history buffs, the best place to visit in Dapoli are the ancient Panhalekaji Caves, where you can not only enjoy the history, but also the archaeology findings. For those who love water sports, you can visit one of the many scenic beaches in the region, such as the Murud Beach, or the Kelshi Beach.

When visiting Dapoli, you can also enjoy a lot of exciting activities. In addition to water sports like swimming, surfing and parasailing, to adventure activities like hiking and trekking, Dapoli has a lot to offer to tourists. You can also enjoy exploring the caves here or watching dolphins in the backwaters in Dapoli. Due to its advantageous location in the Konkan region, Dapoli is also a great place to indulge in the local Kokum juice, jackfruit chips or the numerous mouth-watering Konkani delicacies.

Due to its tropical location, Dapoli experiences cool weather throughout the year. However, summers in Dapoli are comparatively more humid than the other months. The rainy season from July to September makes the entire region come to life with lush greenery and a relaxing ambience everywhere. The months from October to March make up the winter season in Dapoli, when the cool weather makes it great for sightseeing and water sports, and even dolphin watching.

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Mandangad  is the headquarters of Mandangad Taluka the northmost taluka in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India. The heart of Mandangad is Mandangad Fort. The village is situated at the extreme north of Ratnagiri District. Mandangad is 175 km from Ratnagiri, 170 km from Pune and 210 km from Mumbai. It is connected by road. The nearest major town is Mangaon in Raigad District on Mumbai-Goa National Highway No. 66. The Arabian Sea is about 35 km from Mandangad. Mandangad is a junction where all the ST buses coming from Mumbai/ Thane/ Pune etc. and going to Kolhapur, Miraj, Khed, Dapoli, Bankot, Kelshi, Mhapral, Mahad, Velas, etc. halt. Nearest Railway Stations : Karanjadi - 27 km. Veer - 35 km. Mangaon - 45 km Khed - 50 km.

    Attractions :

  • Mandangad Fort
  • Bankot or Himmatgad Fort
  • Kelashi Beach
  • Velas

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Bankot or Himmatgad Fort

Kelashi Beach


Chiplun is a city and a tehsil in Ratnagiri District in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the headquarter of Chiplun taluka and located on the Mumbai-Goa highway NH-66. The city is about 320 km south of Mumbai in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. It is a fast developing city in Konkan with a strong cultural background. The city lies near the source of the River Vashishti. To the east of the city lie the Western Ghats and to the west lies Guhagar taluka which was carved out of Chiplun taluka. The region has a tropical climate. The 'rainy season‘ the Monsoon lasts normally from June until October. The Koyna Hydroelectric Power Project Stages III and IV are situated near Chiplun.

Chiplun is connected to other parts of the country mainly by National Highway 66. Chiplun is connected by road to Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Ratnagiri, Manglore, Karwar, Udupi and Cochin by National Highway Number 66. The Konkan railway also connects to these places by train along with Delhi and Jaipur. There are two MSRTC bus stations. One is the main bus station frequently called "Khalcha" bus stand, and the other is just 2 km ahead of Main bus station called Shivaji Nagar Bus Stand.

    Attractions :

  • Savatsada Waterfall
  • Govalkot Fort
  • Walavalkar Shivaji Museum
  • Koyana Dam
  • Nehru Smriti Udyan
  • Vashishti River

Our Ongoing Projects

Walavalkar Shivaji Museum

Savatsada Waterfall


Guhagar is a census city in Ratnagiri District. Guhagar is known for its virgin beach, Coir items, coconuts, betel nuts and mainly Hapus i.e. Alphonso Mango. The nearest city and railhead is Chiplun, about 44 kilometres (27 mi) away. The economy of Guhagar boomed after the Dabhol Power Company, a few kilometres north was commissioned in the early 1990s. Hotels sprung up and residents were given well-paid jobs. Guhagar is famous for Durga Devi Temple, Guhagar and Vyadeshwar  temple. A word Guhagar means cave house in local language. It has an average elevation of 10 metres (33 feet). Guhagar has been featured in several films, the recent one being the Marathi Film Killa (Film).

    Attractions :

  • Vyadeshwar Temple
  • Durga Devi Temple
  • Guhagar Beach
  • Chandika Mandir
  • Budhal Beach
  • Purnagad Fort
  • Ratandurg Fort
  • Jaigad Fort

Our Ongoing Projects

Guhagar Beach

Ratandurg Fort


Sangameshwar Taluka is a taluka in Ratnagiri District. The headquarters for the taluka is the town of Devrukh In Sangameshwar the two rivers Sonavi and Shastri flow together. The meaning of Sangama in Marathi is confluence, and so the name "Sangameshwar". It is historically important as the place where Sambhajiraje, son of Chhatrapati Shivaji was captured by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Chhatrapati Sambhaji was tortured and executed in Tulapur.

To the east of the city lie the Western ghats and to the west lies Ganpatipule. The nearest bus stand is Sangameshwar S.T. Stand (M.S.R.T.C.) nearly 4 km from Sangameshwar Railway Station. The Sangameshwar railway station is located on National Highway 66.

    Attractions :

  • Marleshwar Temple
  • Kanrneshwar Temple
  • Marleshwar Waterfall
  • Ganpatipule Temple & Beach
  • Aare Ware Beach
  • Pandhre Samudra
  • Velaneshwar Temple & Beach

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Marleshwar Temple

Ganpatipule Temple & Beach


Ratnagiri is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Ratnagiri District in the southwestern part of Maharashtra. The district is a part of Konkan division of Maharashtra. It has an average elevation of 11 meters (36 feet). The Sahyadri mountains border Ratnagiri to the east. Ratnagiri Municipality was established in 1876.

    Attractions :

  • The Marine Biological Research Station, Ratnagiri is one of the premier institutes, especially in the South Konkan Coastal Fisheries Zone, having a mandate for development of fish production technologies, transferring the technologies to fish culturists, entrepreneurs and the industry, and generating professionally trained manpower in fish culture.
  • Ratnagiri is the birth place of Indian freedom fighter Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak. He was born here on 23 July 1856 after which he moved to Pune with his family when he was 10 years old.
  • Thibaw Palace is in Ratnagiri city is historical building . This historical palace built in 1910-11 by the british.
  • Ratnagiri Fort, also called Bhagawati Fort is a fort located 2 km from Ratnagiri. This fort is an important fort in Ratnagiri district. The fort is a main tourist attraction due to the Bhagawati Temple inside the fort.

Thibaw Palace

Ratnagiri Fort

Ratnagiri has a diverse range of tourist attractions in the form of monuments, temples, and beaches. The beaches of this region are the most popular ones and some of the famous sand trails are Pawas Beach, Ganeshghule Beach, Ganpatipule Beach, etc. Places which are most popular for tourism are Jaigad Fort, Swayambhu Ganapati Temple, Thiba Palace, Jai Vinayak Temple, Tilak Ali Museum, Jaigad Lighthouse, Ratnadurga Fort, Bhatye Beach, Thibaw Point, Dhamapur Lake, Pandre Samudra, Ratnagiri Marine Fish Museum, Ganapatipule Beach, Malgund and many more.

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Lanja is a census town in Ratnagiri District. About 50 km from the district headquarters Lanja is well known for its climatic variability as it has ample rains as well as good enough winters followed by heating summers. Lanja is also well known for cashew nuts processing as number of small as well as medium scale processing factories are located in and nearby the town. Also Ratnagiri Alphonso, which is famous for its taste all over the world is produced in certain nearby villages in Lanja tahsil. It's a Taluka head in Ratnagiri district. National highway popularly known Mumbai-Goa Highway passes through it. Nearest rail head is Adavali on konkan railway which is around 15 km away.

    Attractions :

  • Rajapurchi Ganga
  • Unhale: Hot Water Springs
  • DhootPapeshwar Lord Shiva Temple

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DhootPapeshwar Lord Shiva Temple

Unhale: Hot Water Springs


Rajapur is a city and a municipal council in Ratnagiri district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is 385 km away from Mumbai. Rajapur has an average elevation of 72 meters (236 feet). During the days of the Bijapur sultanates, Rajapur was important maritime trade centre due to a navigable creek that connects it to the Arabian sea. It became an access point to the rich cities of Dakhhan for those involved in the Arabia-India commerce.

    Attractions :

  • Rajapurchi Ganga
  • Unhale: Hot Water Springs
  • DhootPapeshwar Lord Shiva Temple

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Rajapurchi Ganga

Unhale: Hot Water Springs


Sawantwadi is a town in Sindhudurg District. Sawantwadi was formerly the capital of the Sawantwadi state ruled by the Sawant Bhosale royal clan of the Marathas. The name Sawantwadi came into usage because of the surname of the state's ruling family of Khem-Sawants. Sawant-Bhonsale family were the rulers of Sawantwadi. They also participated in 1857 National Revolt. Sawantwadi is well connected to other towns and cities of Maharashtra state by MSRTC buses. Private buses, Sharing Rickshaws & Bikes are used to travel locally to connect the small villages to the city. Konkan Railways railway line connecting Mumbai to Manglore, popularly known as the Konkan railway, passes throug Sawantwadi Railway Satations  which 6 km from the town. Nearest Airport is Kolhapur which is 128 Km, Belgaum in Karnataka which is 110 km & Dabolim in Goa  which is 94 km. The new airport is being built at Chipi- Parule in Malvan Taluka.

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Kankavli is a census town in Sindhudurg District. It is an important town due to its central location in the Sindhudurg district. All taluka are of an equal distance from Kankavli. There is a temple of Swyambhu Ravalnath and Bhalchandra Maharaj. The city is situated in between two rivers. It is a cultural, educational and politically rich town. The name Kankavli is derived from Sanskrit name 'Kanakavalli'  which means golden land. Kankavli is located in south-west Maharashtra. It has an elevation of 42 metres. It is an important Railway station on the Konkan Railway route as major trains stop here. Kankavli town is 441 km from Mumbai along the NH 66 and 125.1 km from Ratnagiri.

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Swyambhu Ravalnath and Bhalchandra Maharaj


Kudal is situated on Karli River in southwest Maharashtara. Kudal is the fourth largest town in Sindhudurg after Sawantwadi, Malvan and Kankavli. Kudal supports one MIDC area. Kudal Railway Station is located on the Konkan Railway route and connects the town with Mumbai on the north and Manglore on the south. It is a major stop for the Konkan Railway with many trains having a halt. NH 66 passes through Kudal. Apart from that, it also has two bus stations, a new one and old one. The old one is situated in market while the new one is just adjacent to the NH-66. Kudal is situated in centre of the Sindhudurg district and also considered as one of the fastest growing towns in the region.

Kudal is located at almost 16.9 km far from its district headquarters Oros and is just 474 km away from the capital city of the state, Mumbai by road (Mumbai-Goa highway NH-17 old numbering). It has an average elevation of 20 metres (65 feet). The climate is mostly coastal and humid. Annual temperature rises from 22 to 40 degree Celsius. Kudal gets very heavy rainfall of 1100mm per year.

Kudal lies in NH-66 and from where coastal hamlets of Malvan and Tarkarli are accessible. Kudal Railway station offers a convenient access point to visit beach getaways of Malvan and Tarkarli (both 35 km). Nearest Airport - Dabolim (103 km), Belgaum (116 km), Hubli (192 km), Sindhudurg Airport (23.9 km). Kudal is connected by Day train with Mumbai. Kudal is connected by Overnight train with Mumbai, Cochin Ernakulam, Ahmedabad, New Delhi. Kudal is connected by Day bus with Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad. Kudal is connected by Overnight Bus with Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad.

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The name Sindhudurg is a combination of words Sindhu, which means the sea, and Durg, which translates to a fort. It was built by the great Maratha warrior King, Chattrapati Shivaji. He chose this rocky island location to suit his strategic purpose of countering foreign forces, and to keep the Siddis of Murud-Janjira in check. The beauty of this fort is that, it is built in such a fashion, that it could not be easily seen by the enemies that came from the Arabian Sea. Tourist Places In And Around Sindhudurg The major attractions here are the beaches, not to mention, the numerous forts.

In earlier days, built around the 17th Century, Sindhudurg was Maharashtra’s most important sea forts. The Sindhudurg Fort has a zigzag rampart with 42 bastions. The building material itself comprises close to 73,000 kg of iron. At a time when travelling by sea was banned by holy Hindu scriptures, this massive construction represents the revolutionary mindset of the Maratha King. Till date, tourists from all over the world visit the Padmagarh fort to witness this Maratha glory. The Vijaydurg Fort at Devbaug, Tilari Dam, Navadurga Temple are other attractions in this region that shouldn’t be missed. SindhuDurg is also home to one of India’s oldest Sai Baba Temples. Sindhudurg is located in the Konkan area of Maharashtra.

This fortress is situated in an islet off the shore of Malvan, and was carved out of the Ratnagiri district. Flanked by the Western Ghats on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other, Sindhudurg is famous for its natural beauty that includes its beaches, backwaters, waterfalls, forts and pilgrimage centres. Sindhudurg - History, Nature And Everything Nice Endowed with majestic mountains, an exotic seashore, and a glorious scenery, this place is popular for Alphonso Mangoes, cashews, jamuns, etc. On a clear day, one can see the clear sea-bed upto a depth of almost 20 feet. Indian and foreign tourists love to explore the region and go scuba diving and snorkelling to help themselves with a visual treat of exotic coral reefs on the outskirts of the island. Most of the district area is covered by dense forest, with a lot of flora and fauna to please any nature lover.

A host of wild animals like the Leopard, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Wild Rabbit, Elephants, Wild Buffalo and the Macaque Monkey can be found here. This region is extremely renowned for its unique Malvani Cuisine. A must try for travellers – domestic and foreign alike – this cuisine includes sumptuous recipes of seafood dishes, especially fish and prawns, made in their own local flavour. Sindhudurg is famous for its serene and beautiful beaches, temples, historical forts and folk art forms like Dashavtar, Chitrakathi, Pangul, Keertan, Dhangiri dance. The top attractions to visit in Sindhudurg District are: Tarkarli Beach, Kunkeshwar Beach,Talashil Tondavali Beach,Devbagh Beach,Sindhudurg Fort,Etc.

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Price Range For Your Dream House..??

CITY Min Rate / Sqft Max Rate / Sqft
Panvel 4000 7600
Alibaug 3300 6000
Mangaon 3000 4000
Roha 2500 3000
Mahad 2700 3500
Khed 2500 3500
Chiplun 2500 4500
Guhagar 2500 4000
Lanja 2400 3500
Ratnagiri 2200 6000
Kankavli 3000 4500
Sawantwadi 3500 5000
Kudal 2500 3500

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