“OUTDOOR ADVENTURES MANAGEMENT” is invites you for Coronation Ceremony of Chhatrapati Shri Shivaji Maharaj Bhosale at Raigad fort on 6th June, 2010


“Trek to Visapur Fort” on 15th June 2013 with “Outdoor Adventure Management”


Dear Trekkers, Diehard fan of Shri Shivaji raje bhosale,

We are glad to announce that “OUTDOOR ADVENTURES MANAGEMENT” is invites you for Coronation Ceremony of Chhatrapati Shri Shivaji Maharaj Bhosale at Raigad fort on 6th June, 2010.

Be witnessed to the celebration of greatest event happened in history of sahyadri kings…

More about the event:
Outdoor Adventure is planning to perform some traditional folk dance at the event place like Vaghya Murali dance, Jejurichya Khanderaya, Lezim Dance, koligeet etc.

Raigad fort and around (Sights to visit:
Darwajas (Gate), Rani Mahal, Gangasagar Talao, Shivaji Maharaj Samadhi, Takmak tok, Bhavani tok, Jagdishwar Temple, Rajwada and lot more……
Raigad – Shivaji’s impregnable capital
This is the very heart of Maratha country — Raigad, the capital of Shivaji’s kingdom. Raigad is 3000 feet high above sea level. ‘Rairi’ was its original name. Shivaji’s Coronation Ceremony took place over here. Strategically perched atop a wedge-shaped block of hill, split off from the Western Ghats and inaccessible from three sides. Stories of incredible valour and heroic deeds are etched on every pebble at Raigad.
Raigad remained the capital of the Marathas with its broad gates and magnificent monuments. There was only one pathway leading to the top, and prizes were offered to those who scaled the fort through unconventional methods. Though parts of Raigad are in ruins, yet they inspire an aura of grandeur. Shivaji’s impregnable capital, the place where he was crowed and where he died. Besides the fort, you’ll find his samadhi and the remains of his palace.
For its immense beauty, Raigad remains a hiker’s paradise.

Route/ Timetable:

5 th June:

10 p.m- Borivali (Via Bus)
p.m- Bandra(Westren express highway)
p.m- Sion
p.m- Panvel

6th June:

5.00 a.m Raigad fort Base at chitdarawaja.
5.00 to 5.30 a.m Refreshments( Tea)
5.30 a.m Trekking till main destination
7.00 a.m Raigad Top
7.00 a.m to 7.30 a.m Refreshments
7.30 to 8.30a.m -Dress changing- Traditional Dress
(preferably white kurta-paijama for men and Nauvari saree for woman (If possible)
P.S. If someone does not have them and wants to source them can call our volunteers.
8.30a.m to 1.00p.m- Folk Dance and Palkhi Mahostav
1.30 p.m- Lunch ( Traditional food of Maharashtra
2.00 p.m- Climbing down to base
3.15 p.m – Base camp and bus to vadkal.
5.00 p.m- Reaching Vadkal base
5.15 p.m- Refreshments(Tea-snacks)
9.00 p.m- Borivali

The following are the details of the trek:
Date———- Sunday, 6th June
Location—– RaiGad
Difficulty Level– Easy
Charges—- Rs 650 per head ( Including Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening snacks, Traveling Charges)

Things to Carry:

1. Water( 3-4 liter dur to summer)
2. Traditional costume preferred as this is an auspicious event (Extra pair of clothes if needed)
3. Cap / Gog.(optional)
4. Electral/Tang powder.
5. Other things as per your choice.

Please call to know more details & booking:

Sachin Mayekar ( 0-9769565455 )
Manish Bhosle (0-9766042141)
Aniruddha Nikte (0-9322048303)
Ketaki Dhamankar (0-9819644980)
Rashmi Satam (0-9967353229)
Karan Masurkar (0-9819029697)

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