Top Attractions | Satara | India
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Entrance to Ajinkyatara
  • 1 Ajinkyatara (The Impregnable Star). Ajinkyatara is a (prominent) fort on one of the seven mountains surrounding Satara.
  • 2 Char Bhinti. A memorial in Satara honoring Rango Bapuji Gupte. This memorial is located on a hill offering a view of the city on one side and Ajinkyatara Fort on the other.
Kas Plateau
  • 3 Kaas Plateau (Kaas Valley of Flowers). A UNESCO World Heritage (Biodiversity) site famous for wildflowers.
  • 4 Natraj Mandir. A replica of the original in Tamil Nadu recently built in the 1980s. This temple for Sri Nataraja has several towers and four gateways as well as several shrines (temples) within the complex.
  • 5 Pateshwar. About 10 Km from Satara city in the village Degav, the place of God Mahadev. Place is surrounded by around 300,000 pindis (sacred stones or tree stumps).
Entrance to Sajjangad
  • 6 Sajjan Gadh (Sajjangad - Fort of Good people). This is located 18 km from the city. Not only is it a fort and the final resting place of Sant Ramdas; it is a pilgrimage site
Thoseghar Waterfalls
  • 7 Thoseghar Waterfalls. Approximately 20 km from the city, this is a popular attraction with a picnic area and a platform for viewing the falls.
The Yavteshwar Mahadev Temple is more than 800 years old temple of Lord Shiva and situated in Kadi...
  • Yavteshwar. The place where big hill areas are located and also Aajinkya Tara fort, Thoseghar Waterfall and a wind energy-making hill which is famous nationally.