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Durshet offers fascinating views of the majestic Sahayadri Ranges and a walk through the forest covers will reveal to you the haven of different kinds of birds that reside here. The chirping of these rare specie birds will fill your heart with warmth as you breathe in the fresh, unpolluted air on a walk down these green paths.

Durshet photos, Varad Vinayak Temple
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Durshet is a great place to experience the gentle brush of the cool wind and to witness the dazzling lights in the sky. The monsoons are the best time to smell in the wet earth and feel close to Mother Nature.

Durshet is a quiet village found on the banks of the River Amba, perched between the two holy Ashtavinayak Temples of Pali and Mahad. It is sprawled over more than 42 acres of forest land.

Durshet is comfortably nestled in the lap of the Sahayadri Ranges, off the highway near the village of Khopoli. This tourist site is mainly enveloped in verdant green forests of Mango and Mahu. It provides for an ideal weekend get away for city dwellers to unwind and relax in nature’s arms.

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The proximity of Durshet to the major cities of Mumbai and Pune has earned itself a lot of tourists waiting to break away from the maddening city crowd.

What To Look Out For In Durshet

Given its fantastic nature cover, Durshet is a hotspot for trekkers and wildlife safaris. The Pali Ganpati Temple and the Mahad Ganpati Temple are two must watch religious spots to restore your faith in spirituality and every pure.

A little known fact is that Durshet served as a battlefield for Umbarkhind, when the Great Shivaji Maharaj fought Kartalab Khan. Durshet is easily reachable by all three modes of transport of air, rail and road.

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