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a) Your group name :-
Outdoor Ventures
b) Your group Facebook page :-
https://www.facebook.com/outdoorventures7/
c) Link to Facebook event which has full details :-
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d) Your group website(optional) :-
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f) Date group started (optional) :-
Jan-17
g) Number of treks done till now :-
9 (January 2017 till date)
h) Name of trek leaders :-
Nikhil Margonwar, Aalekh Prajapati
Links to treks leaders profiles on Facebook :-
Nikhil: https://www.facebook.com/nikhil.margonwar.1?fref=ts
Aalekh: https://www.facebook.com/aalekh291
i) Qualifications of trek leaders :-
Nikhil: 7+ Years trekking experience, completed BMC, AMC, 200+ treks, Professional Climber
Aalekh: 5+ years trekking experience, completed MSA First Aid Training, have lead 120+ treks, Professional Climber
(number of treks done till now, any trekking qualification NIM,HMI etc)
j)Names of founders (if different from trek leaders) :-
Same as trek leaders
k)Address of main group office (optional for very small groups)

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Team Outdoor Ventures

Shivaji Maharaj Samadhi at Raigad Fort Video

Video of Shivaji Maharaj Samadhi at Raigad Fort @ http://goo.gl/2ndjkT

Fort Raigad houses the sacred Samadhi of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of Hindavi Swaraj.

Shivaji Maharaj’s Samadhi in Raigad is located near the Jagdishwar Mandir. The place also houses the tomb of Shivaji Maharaj’s faithful dog Waghya who breathed his last With Shivaji.

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Chhatrapati shivaji maharaj – Raigad fort documentary

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Fort Raigad was the capital of the most illustrious Maratha sovereign, nurtured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It is a monument of his prophetic vision of Hindavi Swarajya.
This is a preamble prior to your electrifying excursion around Fort Raigad. It has been described by European historians as ‘The Gibralter of East’. Various landmarks have lent it the credo of ‘Shivtirth’. The holy shrine has become vibrant by the valour, courage and patriotism of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
The sheer vertical rock face tearing into the sky above, appears defiant and insurmountable. It has stemmed many a foreign aggression and protected the Hindavi Swarajya during those historic times.
When he first saw the place, Shivaji Maharaj could not help exclaim:
“This Fort is formidable. All sides appear as if chiselled from a mountain of solid rock. Not even a blade of grass grows on the sheer vertical rock. This is a paragon to house the throne”.
At the foothills near village Pachad, is Chit Darwaja, also known as Jit Darwaja. After gruelling foot-slogging, you reach Khoob Ladha Buruj. It is a strategically located turret, from where an aggressor attacking from either flank could be repelled. Maha DarwajaNearly a mile ahead, after a difficult climb comes the Maha Darwaja. Built over 350 years ago, this main entrance to the Fort stands majestically. It is as imposing and stout today, as it was then! The design of this Maha Darwaja is an enigma. It defies detection of its location to the attacker. Blind curves enroute make it impossible for the attacker to use elephants to knock it down. In the battle of those historic times, elephants were used to demolish fort entrances.
A steep climb of nearly 1450 steps and three and a half hours of extreme demands on your physical stamina, leaves you too exhausted. The magic mantra – Raigad Ropeway – has opened a new chapter of sightseeing – the Fort Raigad. It whisks you to the top, through the clouds and whistling winds, in just 4 minutes. Gone is its exhausting inaccessibility. Now you have all the energy and time to enjoy the sightseeing! Well-trained and courteous guides are at hand to give you a conducted tour of the Fort.