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About Kolhar

Kolhar

Kolhar, a small village in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district, is surrounded by lakes where one can go for walks in the evenings and enjoy the scenic beauty. This village is on a rugged terrain. Agriculture is what supplements the income of the people here. Some of the nearby cities where you can visit are Pathardi, Ahmednagar, Shrirampur and Rahuri.

Places to Stay
There are no accommodation facilities in Kolhar. Ahmednagar, which is 28 km away from Kolhar, provides good budget hotels for travellers. Two such hotels include Hotel Sanket (Tariff – Rs.846) and Hotel Natraj (Tariff – Rs.786).

Language
The official language spoken in Kolhar is Marathi. People also speak in Hindi.

Events
The most celebrated festivals in Kolhar are Makar Sankranti in January, Holi in March, Jiviti Puja in July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Kojagiri Poornima in September-October and Diwali in October-November.

Places of Interest
There are no places of interest in Kolhar. There are a few places of interest in the areas nearby. Kapurwadi Lake (25 km), Pimpalgaon Lake (21 km), Kektai Jungle (28 km) and Kanifnath Samadhi Mandir (29 km) are some places of interest that you can visit.

How to Get There

Air:
Aurangabad Airport is the closest airport, being 108 km away from Kolhar.

Rail:
There is no railway station in Kolhar. The nearest railway station is the Vilad Railway Station, which is about 31 km away from Kolhar.

Bus:
The bus station at Kolhar connects the village to nearby cities and towns. Private bus operators such as RR Travels and Paulo Travels run bus daily from Surat, Nadiad and Navsari to Kolhar. Ticketgoose.com’s bus reservation facility has never been easier through its mobile apps.



About Dharampur

Dharampur

Dharampur is a small town that is located at the Valsad district of Gujarat. It was created in 1262 and was earlier known as the ‘Mandvengan town’. The town was named ‘Dharampur’ by Dharamdev in 1766. As it is surrounded by the Sahyadri Mountains and is on the banks of the Swargavahini river, this town has a serene and pleasant climate all through the year. Today, Dharampur is the home to the international headquarters of Shrimadh Rajchandra Mission.

Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels around Dharampur. Some of them are the Country Club Resort (Tariff – Rs. 1000 onwards), Aldina Palace Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 600), and Hotel Navchetan (Tariff – Rs. 600 onwards).

Language
The official language of Dharampuris Gujarati. The other language that is spoken here is Hindi.

Events
The important festivals of Dharampur are Diwali and Navratri during the months of October and November.

Places of Interest
Dharampur is famous for its forts and heritage sites. Some places that are frequently visited by tourist are the Unai, the Shri Swami Narayan Temple, the Shri Sai Baba Temple, Vansda National Park, Lady Wilson Museum and Tithal Beach.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Dharampur is the Indira Gandhi National Airport. It is located about 120 km away from the town.

Rail:
The nearest station to Dharampur is Waghai. The rail is connected to Ahwa and Bilimora.

Bus:
There are regular bus services to Ahwa (the nearest bus stand) from Ahmedabad, Baroda and Surat.One of the best bus operators that ensures safe journeys is GSRTC Travels. If you want a cheap bus ticket for your holiday, log on to Ticketgoose.com. 




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