Na plots for sale only rs 40/- @ new mahableshwar hill stn call 9867980025 - Satara

Saturday, 27 August 2011

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City: Satara, Maharashtra
Offer type: Sell
Price: Rs 40,000
Land Square, m²:1000

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Contact name sachin
Phone 9867980025

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NA PLOTS FOR SALE @ NEW MAHABLESHWAR HILL STN ONLY RS 40/- PER SQFT MTDC PROJECT TITLE CLEAR PAPER FOR MORE DETAILS CALL 9867980025 New Mahabaleshwar’ project is on the radar of Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) for developing the Mahabaleshwar site. MTDC has started working on the project to replicate the existing hill station of Mahabaleshwar in Satara district. In early 2000, MTDC informed that it was planning to invest around Rs 1,000 crore for the development of the new project, which is spread across 6000 hectares of land. The new project will extend its current base (Mahabaleshwar) to Koyna Dam. According to Vijay Chavan, General Manager, MTDC, “Existing Mahabaleshwar is no more a summer destination, but is becoming a round the year destination. It is most popular among the travellers in Maharashtra and is one of the preferred hill stations for short haul markets like Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, etc.” new Mahabaleshwar hill station is in Satara district and comprises part of Satara, Patan and Jawali. The climatic condition and topography is similar to that of Pachgani / Mahabaleshwar. The region has many plateaus some are situated at 3600 ft above sea level. Average rainfall is 5000 mm. Krishna and Koyana are the main rivers. River Tarali and Krishna emerges from eastern part of Mahabaleshwar. Thoseghar waterfall is the most picturesque amongst them. The beautiful riverfront of Koyana and majestic hill backdrop has endowed this region with heavenly beauty. The area also has a picturesque view of backwaters, windmills, tributary rivers like Solashi, Kandati and Urmodi which flow in this region making the land fertile and green. Landscapes are eye-catching and soulful. The basic amenities like eco friendly energy, water, transportation, helipads, and telecommunications are already available.
Nearby Locations New Mahabaleshwar hill station is one of the beautiful parts of Western Ghats which is being looked upon and promoted as a new tourist haven in Maharashtra. It is also declared as one of the top ‘Bio-Diversity Hot Spots” by the UN. A vast neighboring area is covered by forests and also boasts of a largest hydroelectric project in Maharashtra. There are forts, Koyna backwaters, Kas Lake, and secluded picnic spot at Tapola Lake which is referred to as “Mini Kashmir” because of the panoramic views which it provides. RELIGIOUS LOCATIONS SAJJANGADH Samarth Ramdas Swami, an ardent devotee of Lord Ram and a spiritual Guru of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj stayed here with his disciples and preached the Rashtra Dharma (duty towards nation).This place is 12km from eco-city project. SHIVMANDIR This is very famous temple of Lord Shiva situated in Humbali village near Koyna dam. It is famous for its intrical style. From this area you can watch beautiful sites of wind mills and Koyna backwater. GHATAI DEVI It is situated near Kas Lake. It is a nature lover’s point endowed with large quantity of special medicinal plants. It has the famous Ghatai Devi Mandir. There is a very thick forest. HISTORICAL LOCATION. AJJINKYATARA FORT It is situated on the south of Satara. A very historical place or district belonging to the time of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It also known as Saptarshi fort. Its height is 1067ft.above sea-level. It contains 7 wells and 7 temples of different gods. VASOTA FORT This fort lies deep in the forest of the Koyna reserve at a height of about 3840 ft. above sea level. The fort is covered by thick forests and a number of water bodies. Its history dates back to Raja Bhoj in 1170 B.C., when Raja Bhoj constructed it. This fort was captured by Chatrapati Shivaji in 1665. During the Peshwa rule, the fort was used to imprison British soldiers. JUNGLI JAIGADH This is a small and little known fort near Koyna dam. It is situated in the thick forests with abundant wild life. NATURE’S BEAUTY KOYNA FORESTS Koyna is trekker’s delight. The Koyna River cascades into the valleys of the Sahyadri and cradles the Koyna Reserve which covers over 422 square kilometers, extending up to Ratnagiri. Koyna is accessible from Mahabaleshwar and Satara. Bamnoli is the nearest town to koyna the ferry ride from Bamnoli to Koyna takes you through the sheer beauty of the Shivsagar Lake which you cross to reach the foothills of the Vasota fort. Be prepared for an encounter with a bison or a bear on your way to the vasota fort. The jungles of koyna are so thick that you would rarely see any sunlight filtering through. The lake supports a large variety of animal life: tiger, leopards, bears, bison, wild cat, wild boars, saayal, hyenas, monkeys, hares and many small species of wildlife. KAS LAKE It is situated in Jawali area west of satara. It was constructed by British government in 1885. It is located at a height of 1430 mtrs above sea-level. It has wild forest surrounding. It is a very beautiful picnic spot nearest to Eco city project. THOSEGHAR WATERFALL This is very beautiful waterfall nearest to eco city project. This is the attraction of the tourists in New Mahabaleshwar area due to its huge height. It is situated on Tarali River, which is having lots of small waterfalls. CHALKEWADI WIND MILLS PROJECTS It is a very huge table land in New Mahabaleshwar. It is even bigger than Panchgani tableland. It is very close to Eco city project. Chalkewadi is on the international map of renewable energy resources for its wind mills. Wind mills add to visual splendor around the horizon of the nearby hills but have also generated an astonishing 1507 million units of power. Barren and unproductive land has been transformed thanks to wind power generation which has brought about economic and social development of the area and also employment generation. Breathe easy as you feel the refreshing presence of the windmills