Konkan Maharashtra | Considered World Heritage Biodiversity in India | Natural Wonders

Konkan or the Konkan Coast or Kokan as specifically called in the state of Maharashtra, is a rugged section of the western coastline of India. It is a 720 km long coastline. It consists of the coastal districts of western Indian states of Maharashtra, Goa, and Karnataka. The ancient Saptakonkana is a slightly larger region described in the Sahyadrikhanda which refers to it as Parashuramakshetra (Sanskrit: परशुरामक्षेत्र, lit. area of Lord Parashurama).

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