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Where to go in Maharashtra

The word Maharashtra is derived from the Sanskrit words Maha means Great and Rashtra meaning Nation, thus rendering the name Maharashtra (Great Nation). Mumbai is the capital of the state. The main cities in the state are Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Nasik, and famous place Lonavala-Khandala Hill Station, Mahabaleshwar Hill Station, Matheran Hill Station.   1. […]
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