Borgaon is a small village in the Satara district of Maharashtra. It belongs to the Pune division and is about 177 km from Mumbai. Wai is the postal head office of Borgaon and there are numerous villages near Borgaon. Some of the cities near Borgaon are Wai, Mahabaleswar and Satara. On the academic front, Borgaon has a limited number of schools and colleges.
Places to Stay
Borgaon is a small village and does not have many hotels. But visitors can stay at the local homestays.
The official language of Borgaon is Marathi. Hindi, Telugu, Urdu and Kannada are also spoken here.
Ganesh Chathurthi (September), Navrathri (October) and Deepavali (November) are some festivals that are celebrated with great fervour in Borgaon.
Places of Interest
Borgaon is well-known for its Hanuman mandir which happens to be the only temple in Maharashtra to have the statue of Hanuman made of black stone.
How to Get There
Borgaon has no airport facility or access to an airport, the Chatrapati Shivaji airport at Mumbai is approximately 177 km away.
Borgaon has no railway station of its own, the Solapur Junction is 121 km away from Borgaon.
Baramati and Karmala are near Borgaon and have several buses that connect to major cities in India. Sangeetam Travels, Tushar Travels and Baba Travels are some of the major bus operators that provide their services to Borgaon. Bus reservation through Ticketgoose.com’s mobile apps is one of the most convenient ways of booking your tickets.