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About Sindagi

Sindagi

Sindaghi is a small village situated in the Bijapur district of Karnataka and has a taluka of the same name. It has 40 village panchayats under it. Its neighbour is Bijapur (28 km). Sindaghi has an agrarian economy. The people here are warm and friendly. Sindaghi has a predominantly Hindu population.

Places to Stay
Although there no hotels in Sindaghi, nearby Bijapur has a number of good budget hotel options. These include Hotel Pleasant Stay (Tariff – Rs. 1000), Hotel Megharaj (Tariff – Rs. 500), and Hotel Royal Residency (Tariff – Rs. 500).

Language
The official language of Sindaghi is Kannada.

Events
Sree Rama Navami, Ganesh Chathurthi, Maha Shivratri, and Navratri are celebrated with fervour here.

Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Sindaghi. The Shiva Statue weighing 1500 tonnes and 85 feet tall is one of the tallest idols of Lord Shiva in Ukkali Road (31 km). The Golgumbaz in Bijapur (28 km) is a historical monument that attracts tourists from all over the world. And the Almatti Dam (81 km) is a popular scenic picnic spot here.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Sindaghi is Belgaum airport (209 km).

Rail:
Morampudi is connected to Bijapur (28 km) on the Southern Railway line. All major trains to Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Cochin and others frequent this station.

Bus:
There are daily bus services to and from Udupi, Kundapur, Padubidri, Mangalore, Ankola, Bhatkal, Mumbai, Goa and other places in Karnataka and Maharashtra. The best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers are SRS Travels, VRL Travels, Ganesh Travels and Tours, Raja Travels, and Paulo Travels. Online bus booking in India is one of the most preferred ways of getting bus tickets to various popular places in India.



About Ganpatipule

Ganpatipule

A town in the Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra, Ganpatipule is located 375 kms away from south Mumbai and 25 kms from Ratnagiri along the Konkan coast. The origin of the name Ganpatipule is attributed to the belief that Hindu God Ganapati resided in a place called Pule, near the town.

Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels in Ganapatipule. Some options are Atharava Residency (Tariff – Rs. 1240), and Shree Sagar  (Tariff – Rs. 1000).

Language
The most spoken language in Ganapatipule is Marathi. The other languages spoken are English and Hindi.

Events
The significant festivals of Ganapatipule are Gauri Ganapati and Magh Chaturthi (Birthday of God Ganapati) which falls either in the month of January or February every year. Other festivals celebrated are Holi in March and Gudi Padva and Diwali in November.

Places of Interest
Ganpatipule has some well-known and attractive tourist spots. The Swayambhu Temple in Ganpatipule (20 kms from the town of Ratnagiri), where God Ganapati’s idol is said to be self-originated from soil, is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site. Besides this, the Jaigad Fort (15 kms from Ganapatipule), Thibaw Palace (23 kms from Ratnagiri), Gaywadi Beach (2.5 kms from Ganapatipule) and Prachin Konkan (0.5 kms from Ganapatipule) are also a must visit.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Ganapatipule is the Kolhapur Airport. It is situated 114 kms away from the town.

Rail:
Ganapatipule is connected to Ratnagiri with the Konkan Railway line. Ratnagiri Railway Station is 18 kms away from Ganapatipule.

Bus:
There are private bus and state bus services to Ganapatipule from Mumbai, Pune and Kolhapur. Bus ticket booking discount coupons are available online on several bus booking portals. Make use of them while booking your tickets. 




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