Mahabaleshwar - A Perfect Honeymoon Spot

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Mahabaleshwar, a city in the state of Maharashtra, India is a famous tourist place for honeymoon. It is a hill station located at around 175 miles away from Mumbai. Mahabaleshwar is the source of 'River Krishna' that flows across Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The source of river Krishna is a spout from the mouth of a statue of a cow, which is located in the ancient temple of 'Mahadev' in Mahabaleshwar. This temple is famous not only for the source of river Krishna but 4 other rivers come out from the cow's mouth and travel some distance before mering into river Krishna. The other rivers are Koyana, Venna, Gayatri and Savitri. Hence this place is an important pilgrimage site for 'Hindus' in India.

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Needle Point, Mahabaleshwar
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Mahabaleshwar Natural Beauty
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Beautiful view of Rainfall in Mahabaleshwar
Beautiful view of Rainfall in Mahabaleshwar
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Mahabaleshwar is a beautiful Hill Station, in state of Maharashtra, India. Nearest major cities which connect to Mahabaleshwar are Pune and Mumbai.

Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar
Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar

Attractions in Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is also famous for its 'strawberries' and you can visit strawberry farms to enjoy the real taste of strawberry. The best season to get the taste of Strawberry with cream is January and February. Apart from that, Venna Lake is a major tourist attraction for its beauty, this lake is surrounded by trees from all around. Other points which attracts tourists are Needle Point, Echo Point among others. People also enjoy horse riding on the roads of Mahabaleshwar. So, if you are planning to visit Mumbai, spare some time to visit this beautiful place with full of greenery and natural beauty.

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