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KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

Baramati, Malegaon Khurd, Maharashtra 413115, India

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About KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

It is a part of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Baramati and Agriculture development trust. The place where you can learn advanced techniques and practices carried out in various crops in India and enjoy the vegetarian food and culture of Maharashtra.



Attractions near KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

Jejuri Temple40.69km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

Jejuri Khandoba Temple is dedicated to Khandoba, who is also known as Mhalsakant or Malhari Martand in the region. Khandoba is the important god worshipped by Dhangar, the oldest tribes in Maharashtra. It is believed that Khandoba is a god of Sakamabhakti, the god who fulfills all the desires of his devotees. Jejuri is popular for its old Deep Mala.

Shree Lakshmi Narasimha Temple67.37km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

This is a temple dedicated to the Lord Narasimha, Avatar of Vishnu. located in the Pune district. A historical temple with a lot of architectural works and have a lot of history to say.

Rehekuri Blackbuck Sanctuary69.69km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

In Maharashtra, blackbucks are seen only in Rehekuri Wildlife Sanctuary. Initially, when the wildlife sanctuary was formed, the population of blackbuck was hardly 15. And to one's astonishment, the current no of blackbucks are 400. Blackbucks in Maharashtra are referred as 'kalvit' and the male blackbuck easily stands out from among a group of antelopes for its long spiral horns roaming in the grasslands.

Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park77.88km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

It is a well-maintained zoological park situated in the Pune district, with good collections of reptiles, mammals, and birds. Among mammals, the zoo has a white tiger and a male Bengal tiger. Other mammals at the zoo include leopard, sloth bears, sambhars, barking deer, blackbucks, monkeys, and elephants. Reptiles include snakes, vipers, Indian crocodiles and Indian star tortoise and birds such as peafowl also feature.

Shri Kamlabhavani Temple78.11km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

There is a significance of no. 96 for the temple. The Kamala Bhavani Temple is built by Rao Raje Nimbalkar in 1727. It is considered to be the second seat of Tulajapur Tulaja Bhavani. Built in Hemdpanthi style, the temple has entry doors in East South and North directions. The uniqueness of this temple architecture is, the temple is having well of 96 steps. The temple is constructed with 96 pillars. The temple top consists of 96 pictures and 96 ‘overyas’. Navaratra festival is celebrated with gr

Aga Khan Palace79.62km from KVK Baramati - Agri and Eco Tourism

The mighty edifice of Aga Khan Palace is situated in Pune and was built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in the year 1892. It is one of the most important landmarks in Indian history and has been instrumental in many defining moments of India's independence. It was once the site where Mahatma Gandhi, his wife Kasturba Gandhi, as well as Sarojini Naidu and Mahadev Desai were held prisoners.

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