Aasamant trek to Naneghat, Jivdhan and Hadsar 13th 14th March 2010

Date: Mar 13 – 14 , 2010

Transport
First pick-up point – Friday, Mar 12th at 10.30 pm at Aarey Chek Naka, Goregaon (E).
The second pick-up point will be near Hotel Vishwa Mahal, Mulund stn (W) at 11.30 pm.

Schedule
In the morning we will visit Nane Ghat & then start trek to Jivdhan Fort (approximately 2 hours).
Evening we will Watch Jivdhan fort, Vanarlingi Pinnacle.
Contribution per person is Rs.1000/-
(Contribution includes all traveling & food expenses for the 2 days.)

Naneghat:
Height of Naneghat is 2724′. This pass was one of the most important trade route which descends from Ghats into Konkan region.
What can we see at Naneghat?
Huge stone Jar and an idol of lord Ganesh at the entrance of Naneghat.
‘Nanacha Angatha’
Beautiful caves, water tanks, tax collection ‘hundi’ carved out of rock.

Jivdhan Fort:
Jivdhan fort was built up during Satvaahan era. The Fort stands at an important position and has been guarding the ancient commercial route of Naneghat for thousands of years. It is more famous for the pinnacle Vanarlingi.
What can we see at Jivdhan?
Idol of Jivai Devi. Kothi: Huge storehouse under the hillock. Water Cisterns. Vandarlingi Pinnacle. Northern Bastion: This gives glimpse of Harishchandragad,

Nimgiri, Hadsar and Chavand.
Hadsar Fort:
Hadsar is also known as Parvatgad .This fort is situated on the edge of Manikdoh Dam. It was also in the hands of Shivaji Maharaj and exchanged to Mughuals in 1937 treaty.Entrance gates are epitomes of the medieval architecture. Twin doors & steps carved out of rock which can rarely seen & worth watching. There is huge stores carved in the rock butting the cliff. There is big pond, Mahadev Temple with idols of Lord Ganesh, Hanuman, Garuda and huge Nandi. We can have beautiful view of Harishchandra, Nimgiri fort, Bhairavgad, Chavand & Manikdoh Dam

Contact for Details
Amit Nanivadekar : 96199 17878
Akshay Mulye: 98192 12975
Tushar Nidambur : 98920 00782
Santosh Bhide: 99306 60731

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