Maharashtra is the coastal state that spans over West-Central India. Maharashtra plays a major when it comes to the country’s growing hospitality and tourism industry. Mumbai, the capital city is also referred to as the ‘Financial Capital’ of India. Let us take a look at where does Maharashtra stand in the country’s tourism and hotel industry map.
Maharashtra offers a wide variety of tourist attractions to both domestic and foreign visitors. Mumbai is home to British Raj era Gateway of India and several other colonial landmarks. Additionally, the state has many hill stations including Khandala, Lonavla, Matheran and Mahabaleswaram etc. While Pune is known for its old Hindu shrines, Nashik has some of the best wineries and vineyards. Read More
By: Mahesh Phutane
Published in: IDS Next