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Went here after visiting ranjangaon ganpati temple. really nice to see a geogrifical wonder very near to pune city. worth visiting during early winter, the approach road from ranjangoan is not well maintained
I have been hearing about Nighoj potholes since so long, so decided to visit. Unfortunately there is not enough rain. Started from Pune by malthan road that road is very bad in condition.We cam back to Pune by Ranjangaon , this is very good road....More
Nighoj potholes are one of the unexplored place near Pune.
Carved out of Kukdi river the place is just 2 hr drive from pune on Pune -Ahmednagar road. The best time to visit is when you have less water in river.
Place is near Nighoj, a small town near Shirur. Best way to travel to this place from Pune is from Ranjangaon (Famously known for Ganpati - Astavinayak). The roads are narrow but 20 km distance is manageable.
The place is also called "Malganga Temple" situated...More
घागर मिरवणुक something amazing experience to visit this place and attend this Ghagar mirwnuk in early morning ! Hindu devotees will love to have this lifetime experience during yearly jatra. mostly on april month of every year.
The Potholes are excellent. But the place needs to be well maintained. The water is not clean. People wash clothes and that water flows through the potholes. Sad to see the state of such a beautiful place.
Potholes aka ranjan khalge - Miracle of Nature
It is about 90 kilometres away from Pune and is famous for the naturally created potholes (tinajas) on the riverbed of the Kukadi River. Experts from all over the world come here every year to study the...More
You can have "Round Trip to Moon land alongwith town of dancing peacock"
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