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iXiGOers Jun 27 2013

From the picture given below guess the location in it and share with us some interesting travel information about this place.Let's see how many people find your answer useful!

Reet Cheema Jun 27 2013
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Don't forget to share some interesting travel information about the location. Cheers!
Khandala is gifted with abundant natural beauty and is a popular destination as weekend holiday for the people of Mumbai and Pune.
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Prakash Veer Jun 27 2013
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The song Jo haal dil ka was shot at Khandala.

Khandala is one of the beautiful hill station in the country.The best suitable time to visit & experience the beauty of Khandala is between the months of October and May. In monsoon season, it will be preferable if you do not visit Khandala.This place means a lovely affair with nature..which everyone would like to have atleast once. Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is the attraction in khandhala. The museum is dissever into 36 sections and restrainits collections to the arts of everyday life: pots, lamps, containers, pen stands and like objects that one would find in the homes of the village landlord, the farmer and shopkeeper.

Thanks for the info dude
Yes this is the heaven on earth, I was been there once.
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Ankur Rastogi Jun 27 2013
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The song is Jo Haal Dil Ka from Sarfarosh & location is Khandala. The town was mentioned in a popular song from the Hindi film Ghulam named "Aati kya Khandala?" Tiger's Leap is one of the most fascinating places in this area. The route near khandala sunset point and khopoli has been there since centuries used to connect the coastal cities like Sopara to Pune, The transport from base of khopoli was by carts both hand pulled and horse drawn, which was tarred during British time somewhere in 1840.

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Vivek Bara Jun 27 2013
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Jo haal dil ka song was shot at Khandala.

It's a beautiful place but please do not go here during monsoons. Don't miss the Amrutanjan Point Duke’s Nose, the Ryewood Par and the Bushy Dam while visiting this place.
If you are into music and live bands then volcano is a club which will make you happy. There is also a big gaming section there.

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Kavya Shergill Jun 27 2013
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As everyone said the song is Jo Haal dil ka from sarfarosh shot at the shooting point in khandala.

Beyond all the clubs and all the resorts is the experience of walking on the wet grounds of Khandala.

Interestingly there is a Lohagadh fort which literally means iron fort and it was meant to keep the prisoners. The tiger point has no tigers but a lot of bhajias to eat.

I started my trekking from Khandala and I feel it is a good starting point for such adventure enthusiasts. But avoid weekends.

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Vaishali Garg Jun 27 2013
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Khandala is a place worth visiting, Khandala is barely 3 km away from another beautiful hill town of Lonavala. Both Khandala and Lonavala lie in the municipal region of Pune and are surrounded by the beauties of the Western Ghats. People visiting Khandala must always visit Rajmachi Point. It was a command point for Shivaji and it is very near to his Lohagad Fort which is also a place to visit.

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7)Shooting Point is frequented by tourists wishing to catch an aerial view of the Rajmachi Fort and the valley below. Located in the town of Khandala (Bazaar Peth), the site is also home to St. Mary's Villa.

8)Bedsa Caves is situated near Kamshet, between Kadde and Bedsa. Known for their pillars that are adorned with the image of lions, these are considered to be among the oldest caves in Maharashtra. Dating from 60 BC and consisting of two caves, these can be reached through a number of steps lying

9)Korigad Fort saw many years of battle between the Marathas and the British. Built by Chhatrapati Shivaji in 1657, the fort is situated in Korigad. Sitting at an altitude of about 3,049 ft, the fort offers the visitors some beautiful views of surrounding areas.

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7)Shooting Point is frequented by tourists wishing to catch an aerial view of the Rajmachi Fort and the valley below. Located in the town of Khandala (Bazaar Peth), the site is also home to St. Mary's Villa.

8)Bedsa Caves is situated near Kamshet, between Kadde and Bedsa. Known for their pillars that are adorned with the image of lions, these are considered to be among the oldest caves in Maharashtra. Dating from 60 BC and consisting of two caves, these can be reached through a number of steps lying

9)Korigad Fort saw many years of battle between the Marathas and the British. Built by Chhatrapati Shivaji in 1657, the fort is situated in Korigad. Sitting at an altitude of about 3,049 ft, the fort offers the visitors some beautiful views of surrounding areas.

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Amit Ranjan Jun 27 2013
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The song is Jo Haal Dil Ka from Sarfarosh & location is Khandala.

Khandala is a hill station in the Western Ghats in the state of Maharashtra, India, about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Lonavala and 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Karjat.

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A lovely hill station, Khandala proffers incredible sceneries of nature with lush, verdant landscapes. Its meandering waterfalls and glittering lakes attributes to the majestic look an imposing ambiance. A nice walk through the picturesque valleys brings forth the panoramic vista of the hill station. Khandala is a much-desired attraction for those who are very fond of escapades. Mounting the heights in an enthralling atmosphere would be so tempting that one cannot forget its magnificence. The Duke's Nose peak and Karla hills are the two popular spots for rock climbing.

Don't forget to share some interesting travel information about the location. Cheers!
Khandala is gifted with abundant natural beauty and is a popular destination as weekend holiday for the people of Mumbai and Pune.
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Khandala is a hill station close to Mumbai in India. The monsoons especially make Khandala look green, misty and ethereal

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0 people found this answer useful Useful ?Yes

A lovely hill station, Khandala proffers incredible sceneries of nature with lush, verdant landscapes. Its meandering waterfalls and glittering lakes attributes to the majestic look an imposing ambiance. A nice walk through the picturesque valleys brings forth the panoramic vista of the hill station. Khandala is a much-desired attraction for those who are very fond of escapades. Mounting the heights in an enthralling atmosphere would be so tempting that one cannot forget its magnificence. The Duke's Nose peak and Karla hills are the two popular spots for rock climbing.

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