Ancient stepwell Baramotichi Vihir in Limb, Satara

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7 Responses

  1. Rajaram S says:

    Ragen, the definition of “cheapest”/”best” varies from person to person and rarely do they go together :-)
    There are lot of hotels in Satara in all ranges.

  2. Ragen Joshi says:

    dear sir,

    can you please mention the cheapest and best way to stay at satara. (economic)

  3. Rahul Shinde says:

    Dear Rajaram,

    Thanks for such wide coverage on the topic with really nice photographs.

    I would suggest you to visit similar place, at Adlaj, Ahmedabad. Ihave visited the place ’2′ years back ( Oct-10) and i assure you it is worth to visit such place. It is also a world heritage site. Details and photos you can find out on Google. I recommend you to visit Adlaj and experience the same. Its simply great.

    Thanks and keep on visiting.

  4. sudhir says:

    very informative site……keep it updated thanks

  5. Ravindra says:

    Dear Ramesh,

    This is really gr88 .. finding new places around pune. Last weekend I went to Panchgani.

    Also went to Mapro Garden had sandwiches / Pizza and Hot choclate.
    I visited few points like Parsi point, Platue, caves etc. It was very windy but enjoyed it ..

    Missing on Wai, will travel next time.

    Thanks
    Ravindra Nerpawar

  6. Deepak Karhadkar says:

    Dear Rajaram,

    Thanks for such wide coverage on the topic with really nice photographs.

    I would suggest you to visit similar place, at Adlaj, Ahmedabad. Ihave visited the place ’2′ years back ( Oct-10) and i assure you it is worth to visit such place. It is also a world heritage site. Details and photos you can find out on Google. I recommend you to visit Adlaj and experience the same. Its simply great.

    Thanks and keep on visiting.

  7. Kaustubh says:

    Hi Rajaram,
    Gud write-up for this very unknown place. Will definitely plan to visit this monsoon.

    Just one correction in the Name. It is not “Sahib Virubhai Bhosale”. It is “Sau. Virubai Bhosale”. It’s the name of a Lady. Sau. in Marathi is for Married Woman – it is an acronym for Saubhagyavati – the we say Shreemati in Hindi.

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