Occupying the western and central part of India, Maharashtra has a long coastline stretching along the Arabian Sea. From being embellished by Western Ghats to its golden beaches swaying with palm trees, Maharashtra is the wealthiest state of our country both in terms of its land and economy. The sun, sand and surf are what define Maharashtra the best. From Satpura hills to extraordinary cave temples of Ellora and Ajanta to being the only state with maximum number of Unesco World Heritage Sites Maharashtra is the soul of India’s diversity. Its capital city Mumbai is what they call as “Sapno ki nagri”, is home to Indian cinema, called “Bollywood”.
It’s diverse cultures, the customs of clothes, the delectable food, the splendid landscapes and the astonishing hill stations are the few out of many things that makes it India’s third-largest and second-most populous state.