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My Visits to Nature - pleasure trips/picnics/and more...


<< A great weekend trek to Rajgad with my Cognizant associates resulted into a life time experience... Thanks to Vishal & Chetan for arranging the TRek and Shailesh for leading the team!! Thanks to all of you, especially Sandeep, for the nice food we were able to had at 1400 metres above see level.. (June 2004). View All Photos

Rajgad (King of forts) is famous for its structure for it is 1400 metres above sea level and is a difficult one to climb. Another 200 feet above is the Baal-e-Kila (Child Fort) which, though a small fort, is one of the most difficult to climb in Maharashtra.

Enjoying a cool shower under a natural waterfall at Lonavla. (June 2003) >>
<< On top of the Table-Top at Panchgani with my parents, cousin brother, my elder sister and her daughter. (April 2003)

Tableland, a flat top of laterite rock, which is said to be the second largest in Asia, after the Pameer plateau in Tibet. Tableland is really at the centre of most of the tourist activity in Panchgani. No vehicles are allowed here and one can either see the place on a horse cart or a better still zip around on a cycle, where you can always hop off for a breathtaking view of the sheer drop. [Source]