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Krati Singhai

Krati Singhai3.6/5

4 reviews

Place for nature lovers

Lush greenery and rainy weather makes this place heaven.
Transl is very small places surrounded by the river and falls.
Avoid travelling on ghats in night its to foggy and dangerous.
Sita khai is very good place to see. Visit in monsoon and have pre bookings and rooms are jam packed as there are very few resorts.

Harshank Patel

Harshank Patel4.3/5

3 reviews

Best weekend place to visit

By Fact It is 2nd coolest place in Maharashtra state After Mahabaleshwar with very less crowd and Noise. You will get all type of Restaurants here from budget to Luxury. It is best place for Nature Lovers with variety of picnic spots such as sitakhayi, sunset point, etc. I frequently visit there and place is cool throughout the year. If you Really want to enjoy the Greenery and Waterfalls You must visit in months from September to January.

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Toranmal Overview

Toranmal is a popular hill station located in the municipal council of the Nandubar district in Maharashtra. The seven ranges of the Satpura hills surround the region. Thick cover of forests surrounds this hill station, which has different varieties of flora and fauna.

The hill station is 55 km from the city of Shahada and is around 305 km from Nashik and around 200 km from the city of Surat. It is famous for the Gorakhnath Temple, which is a popular Yatra site for Hindu devotees during Mahashivratri.

Considered the second coolest hill station of the state, Toranmal was earlier a tribal area and derived its name from the tribal goddess Torana, whose temple is located in the hilly regions of the plateau. In ancient times, Toranmal used to be the centre of control of the Mandu rulers from Madhya Pradesh.

The approximate land area of this plateau is 41.43 square km, cut from south to north by a stream, located 1,461 metres above sea level. The shape of this plateau is similar to that of ‘Soccer’, from where the stream flows from the southern to the northern side. The same stream forms the Yashavant Lake that spreads over 1.59 square km and has a depth of 27 m.

Other than the Yashavant Lake, there is Lotus Lake. It got its name because it remains covered with Lotus flowers most of the time. The same stream, which forms the lake, runs down the cliff in Sita Khai to form a deep waterfall. This waterfall can be seen especially in the rainy seasons.

The Gorakhnath temple attracts a lot of people from this hill station, especially on the occasion of Mahashivratri. The grand fair of Mahashivratri takes place from the month of March to April, which is attended by people from far off places including districts of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, every year.

Other places of religious importance include Shiva Temple and Nagarjun Temple, which are visited by many pilgrims throughout the year. Machhindranath Caves or Machindra Gumpha, Kamal Talao and Khadki are other attractions of Toranmal.

Other places of interest in the region include Check Dam, Coffee Garden, Forest Park & Medicinal Plant Garden, Aawashabari point, Sat Payri (seven steps) View Point and the popular Sunset Point.

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