So, readers when you are finally at Mhaismal, an eco-tourism destination near Aurangabad in Maharashtra, you have various exciting options. There are whole lot list of things that will get your heart-pumping and will let you pack your bags and head towards Mhaismal. Some are as follows:
Several places and nearby markets have exotic and worth-buying items that force a person to loosen his/her wallets. There is a assortment of market and ‘bazaars’ that sell various items ranging from hand-woven sarees, such as paithani to andicrafts to flea market clothes, meant for he inbound traveller visiting Ajanta & Ellora, and knick-knacks at affordable prices.
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With scenic beauty – green hills, ruins, stone temples, Mhaismal is a place worth clicking. The plateaus and the beautiful horizons all around are worth capturing. There are innumerable photographic click opportunities and send your home as a postcard. So, just grab your camera, roam about and shoot away some breath-taking pictures. Be it a pro-photographer or an amateur.
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The place is a treasure of many heritage sites from the ancient as well as medieval times and remind us of our glorious heritage. If a person fails to visit these places, the loss is definitely ours. A beautiful lake and a TV tower that can broadcast over the range of 150 km is also worth a visit.
Religious and Holy Spots
Being a place surrounded by many religious and holy places, this place has many temples and holy places like Girija Bhawani Temple, Gorakhnath Cave, Balaji Temple, Shri Bhadra Maruti Temple, Grishneshwar Temple and much more. The Gorakhnath Cave, located in the vicinity of Mhaismal, is the holy spot where one of the nine saints, Saint Gorakhnath meditated for penance and peace. An exact copy of the Balaji Temple of Tirupati is situated at the top of the hill station.
This cuisine combines the flavours, taste, and spices of the Marathi people, the residents of Maharashtra. Some famous dishes are Modak – a popular sweet dish, aluchi patal bhaji, and the Thalipeeth.