Its young, its lively and a confluence of varied cultural currents and cross currents have given Mumbai a unique position of the most multi-ethnic city of India. The capital city of Maharashtra State , formerly known as Bombay
The city, formerly spelt as Poona is located just 170-km from Mumbai at an altitude of 598m. Pune is Maharashtra’s second city, which lies close to the Western Ghat Mountains (known also as the Sahyadri Hills),
Akola City is located in the north central part of Maharashtra state, western India, on the banks of Murna River and it is an important district in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra State. An important road and rail junction
Amaravati is situated right in the center of the northern border of the Maharashtra State. Amaravati meaning “abode of immortals” may be traced with the association of Lord Krishna. It lies mainly in the Tapi basin
Aurangabad is a historical city located in the west central part of Maharashtra State , on the banks of Kham River. Aurangabad is located 630m above sea level and is also the district headquarters of Aurangabad district.
A Kolhapur is situated along the banks of the river Panchaganga to the east of Sahyadri mountain ranges, and forms a part of the southwestern Maharashtra. This city is surrounded from all directions by rivers, to the
Nagpur is located in northeastern part of Maharashtra State, southwestern India and is almost at the geographical center of India. The zero milestone of India is in this city. Bakht Buland, a Gond Raja (king), founded Nagpur
Nashik city, formerly spelt “Nasik” forms a part of the northwestern Maharashtra State. It lies along the Godavari River 565m above sea level and about 185-km from Mumbai. Nashik is an important religious center and attracts
Ratnagiri is located in the southwestern part of Maharashtra State on the Arabian Sea coast. Ratnagiri became the administrative capital under the Bijapur rulers. It forms a part of the greater tract known as Konkan.