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Konkan is the coastal division of Maharashtra state in India. It stretches North-South from the city of Mumbai in the North, to Goa which borders the southern tip of Konkan.
Mumbai, a cosmopolitan metropolis, earlier known as Bombay, is the largest city in India and the capital of the state Maharashtra.
Raigad is a district in the Konkan division of Maharashtra state. where the old name of the district was coolaba.
Thane is a city in Konkan, Maharashtra. It is the headquarters of Thane district.
Thane district is to the north of Bombay in the Konkan Region. Lying between the Sahyadri mountain range and the Arabian sea, it is blessed both with beaches and mountains.
Navi Mumbai is a beautiful township in Mumbai. It was founded in 1971 as a satellite township to take the pressure off Mumbai city.
Ratnagiri is a district in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. You can get in by train or by bus (on Mumbai Goa Highway.
Matheran is the closest hill station to Mumbai in the Sahyadri hill range in Raigad district of Maharashtra State.
Cities in Sindhudurg are not as such cities which are very well developed and modernized.
Dapoli is popular hill station in the Kokan region of Maharashtra. It is located at northern part of Ratnagiri district.
Guhagar is a city in Ratnagiri District in Konkan Region of Maharashtra State.
Alibag or Alibaug is a town on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra near Mumbai.
Amboli is in Sindhudurg. Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra that lies in the Sahayadri Hills of Western India.
Elephanta Island is an island off of Bombay in southern India that is home to the Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Kashid is a city near Alibag, India. Kashid can be reached from Alibag by road.
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