YASHVANTI ADVENTURES (GIRGAON) ORGANISED
"DURGA SAVARDHAN MOHIM SARASGAD"ON 9TH FEB 2013 TO 10TH FEB 2013.
Height: ~ 1600 feet
Time: ~ Maximum 1.5 hrs from Pali, Base Village
Location: Pali, Raigad District
SARASGAD: Pali, one out of the Eight “Ashtavinayak” Ganesh Temples is also the place where Sarasgad is located. Lord Ganesh of Pali is named ‘Ballaleshwar’ and located just behind the temple can be seen the ramparts of Sarasgad fort. The fort was mainly used to keep a check on the surrounding regions. From the fort, Pali and all surrounding areas can be seen. Shivaji Maharaj brought this fort under Swarajya and spent 2000 Hon (the prevailing currency) for its reconstruction. Till independence this fort was under Bhor Sansthan.
Journey Details: -
The train scheduled @ 06:45 hrs from Diva that will drop us at Nagothane around 09.45 Hrs. This is Diva-Sawantwadi Passenjar (Konkan Railway) …
Pls be sure abt the timing … Following is timing where train halts … u can catch wherever it is comfortable to u …
Journey Details: -
The itinerary for the Event is as given below:
SAURDAY 9TH February 2013
06.35 PM : - CST STATION
06:45 PM : – Diva (Central Line)
08:30PM : – Panvel (Harbour Line)
09:45 PM: – Nagothane
Cost: - Rs. 250/-
THIS INCLUDES MUMBAI 2 MUMBAI FARE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT...
MORNING BREAKFAST + TEA+ Lunch
Things to Carry:-
1.Haversack (BACKSACK) to put in all the things to be carried. So that one has hands free while trekking.
2. A bottle of water (minimum 3Ltrs). (A MUST)
3 TORCH WITH EXTRA SET OF BATTERY (A MUST)
4. Camera (Optional), PLS Avoid wearing Gold and other jewelry (at own risk)
4. Electoral / Enerzyl powder, 2 Lemon,
5. A good trekking shoes and extra clothes (compulsory).
1) Please contact on:
9222922048 SANTOSH GURAV
9699814625 GAURAV BHAVE
9773410917 BHARAT MHADAYE
(If call not received then text your details.)
2) Please note that "attending" RSVP on Facebook will not be considered as a valid registration.
Please note that this is not a picnic.... We are going for fort conservation... Explore the beauty of Sarasgad but remember we also have to work on it...