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Located in the [[West (India)|West]] region, '''Maharashtra''' [http://www.maharashtra.gov.in/] is the third largest state  of [[India]] by size and the second largest by population. It stretches from the west coast to the interior regions and its climate too varies with its geography. Maharashtra contains India's most industrialized region, the [[Bombay]]-[[Pune]] belt. Agriculturally too, the state is one of India's more advanced and well-irrigated. The northern and eastern parts of the state, however lag behind the western region.  
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[[Immagine:India-MAHARASHTRA.png|thumb|300px|right|Localizzazione dello stato indiano di Maharashtra]]
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'''Maharashtra''' [http://www.maharashtra.gov.in/] è il nome di uno stato nell'[[Ovest (India)|Ovest]] dell'[[India]]. È secondo per numero di abitanti e terzo per superficie. Il suo territorio si estende dalla costa sul mare Arabico all'interno del Deccan presentando così una grande varietà climatica e geografica. È uno stato fortemente industrializzato soprattutto lungo l'asse [[Bombay]]-[[Pune]]. L'agricoltura, condotta con il metodo dell'irrigazione, è una voce importante nell'economia dello stato. Le regioni settentrionali e orientali sono comunque ancora arretrate.  
  
==Regions==
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==Regioni==
 
For administrative purposes, the state is sub-divided into six '''divisions''' and further into 35 '''districts'''. Officially, all divisions save one are named after the district where the headquarters of the division is located. But the divisions are also popularly known by other names and that is how they are listed here. The official names of the divisions are given alongside in brackets.  
 
For administrative purposes, the state is sub-divided into six '''divisions''' and further into 35 '''districts'''. Officially, all divisions save one are named after the district where the headquarters of the division is located. But the divisions are also popularly known by other names and that is how they are listed here. The official names of the divisions are given alongside in brackets.  
 
* [[Marathwada]] ([[Aurangabad (division)| Aurangabad]])
 
* [[Marathwada]] ([[Aurangabad (division)| Aurangabad]])
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* [[Western Maharashtra]] ([[Pune (division) | Pune]])
 
* [[Western Maharashtra]] ([[Pune (division) | Pune]])
  
==Cities==
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==Città==
 
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*[[Aurangabad]]
 
*[[Mumbai]] (Bombay) The capital. Economic Capital of India. Developed under the British rule, this city has a handful of magnificent colonial era buildings, wonderful connectivity to the beach resorts of nearby [[Konkan]] area, and Elephanta Caves.  
 
*[[Mumbai]] (Bombay) The capital. Economic Capital of India. Developed under the British rule, this city has a handful of magnificent colonial era buildings, wonderful connectivity to the beach resorts of nearby [[Konkan]] area, and Elephanta Caves.  
 
*[[Thane]], A city to the north of Bombay. Known for its beautiful lakes and hills.   
 
*[[Thane]], A city to the north of Bombay. Known for its beautiful lakes and hills.   
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*[[Lonar]] This place has Earth's only meteor crater in basaltic rock.
 
*[[Lonar]] This place has Earth's only meteor crater in basaltic rock.
  
==Other destinations==
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==Altre destinazioni==
  
===Hill Forts===
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===Cittadelle (Hill Forts)===
 
Maharashtra is well known for its hill forts which helped Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to combat many a strong opponent by means of guerrilla warfare.
 
Maharashtra is well known for its hill forts which helped Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to combat many a strong opponent by means of guerrilla warfare.
 
Some of the important forts are  
 
Some of the important forts are  
  
 
*'''Raigad'''
 
*'''Raigad'''
*'''Rajgad'''
 
 
*'''Pratapgad'''
 
*'''Pratapgad'''
 
*'''Panhala'''
 
*'''Panhala'''
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* '''Harishchandragad'''
 
* '''Harishchandragad'''
  
==Understand==
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==Da sapere==
* Maharashtra tourism [http://www.mtdcindia.com/]
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==Talk==
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==Lingue parlate==
 
The principal languages spoken are Marathi and Konkani. Konkani is spoken in the Konkan region, while the rest of the state speaks Marathi.
 
The principal languages spoken are Marathi and Konkani. Konkani is spoken in the Konkan region, while the rest of the state speaks Marathi.
  
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English is spoken in all major cities and towns like Mumbai, Pune, Nasik, Aurangabad (home to Ajanta and Ellora), Nagpur etc.
 
English is spoken in all major cities and towns like Mumbai, Pune, Nasik, Aurangabad (home to Ajanta and Ellora), Nagpur etc.
  
==Get in==
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==Come arrivare==
  
==Get around==
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==Come spostarsi==
  
==See==
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==Da vedere==
  
 
*'''Beach resorts'''
 
*'''Beach resorts'''
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*'''Terekhol'''
 
*'''Terekhol'''
  
While the beaches in Bordi, Gorai, Juhu, Alibag, Kashid and Murud-Janjira are well-developed, with multiple accommodation choices, the rest remain still off the tourist circuit. The primary reason is lack of good accommodation choices. At most of the other beaches, the only decent stay options are properties owne and managed by the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC), a govt. organisation. These MTDC resorts have amazing location with great views, but being govt. run, these are not among the best in service, activities and food.  
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Mentre le spiagge di Bordi, Gorai, Juhu, Alibag, Kashid e Murud-Janjira presentano una buona varietà di infrastrutture turistiche, tutte le altre rimangono escluse dai circuiti turistici per la mancanza di stutture ricettizie. L'unica scelta decente è costituita dalle proprietà gestite dall'Ente turistico statale il "Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation" (MTDC). Essendo questi resorts a carattere statale e non privato non brillano certo nel servizio e nella somministrazione del cibo.  
  
 
*'''Hill Stations'''
 
*'''Hill Stations'''
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*'''Mahabaleshwar'''
 
*'''Mahabaleshwar'''
  
*'''National Parks'''
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*'''Parchi nazionali'''
 
*'''Meteor Crater'''
 
*'''Meteor Crater'''
 
*'''Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai'''
 
*'''Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai'''
  
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==Stay safe==
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==Sicurezza personale==
  
==Get out==
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==Uscire==
  
  
 
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Versione attuale delle 06:00, 31 mag 2009

Localizzazione dello stato indiano di Maharashtra

Maharashtra [1] è il nome di uno stato nell'Ovest dell'India. È secondo per numero di abitanti e terzo per superficie. Il suo territorio si estende dalla costa sul mare Arabico all'interno del Deccan presentando così una grande varietà climatica e geografica. È uno stato fortemente industrializzato soprattutto lungo l'asse Bombay-Pune. L'agricoltura, condotta con il metodo dell'irrigazione, è una voce importante nell'economia dello stato. Le regioni settentrionali e orientali sono comunque ancora arretrate.

Regioni[Modifica sezione]

For administrative purposes, the state is sub-divided into six divisions and further into 35 districts. Officially, all divisions save one are named after the district where the headquarters of the division is located. But the divisions are also popularly known by other names and that is how they are listed here. The official names of the divisions are given alongside in brackets.

Città[Modifica sezione]

  • Aurangabad
  • Mumbai (Bombay) The capital. Economic Capital of India. Developed under the British rule, this city has a handful of magnificent colonial era buildings, wonderful connectivity to the beach resorts of nearby Konkan area, and Elephanta Caves.
  • Thane, A city to the north of Bombay. Known for its beautiful lakes and hills.
  • Matheran A hill-station town close to Bombay
  • Pune The cultural capital of Maharashtra.
  • Nagpur The city of Oranges, located at the geographical center of india
  • Kolhapur The home of Goddess Ambabai
  • Nasik The city of pilgrimage - The Grape city
  • Ajanta - Buddhist caves - a complex of caves representing some of the best of early Buddhist art.
  • Ellora - Buddhist caves
  • Lonar This place has Earth's only meteor crater in basaltic rock.

Altre destinazioni[Modifica sezione]

Cittadelle (Hill Forts)[Modifica sezione]

Maharashtra is well known for its hill forts which helped Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to combat many a strong opponent by means of guerrilla warfare. Some of the important forts are

  • Raigad
  • Pratapgad
  • Panhala
  • Purandargad
  • Kondhana/Sinhagad
  • Shivneri
  • Jeevdhan
  • Pandavgad
  • Chavand
  • Hadsar
  • Dhangad
  • Rohida
  • Kenjalgad
  • Vairatgad
  • Harishchandragad

Da sapere[Modifica sezione]

Lingue parlate[Modifica sezione]

The principal languages spoken are Marathi and Konkani. Konkani is spoken in the Konkan region, while the rest of the state speaks Marathi.

In most parts of the state peopl will understand Hindi too as the two dialects bear some similarities to each other.

English is spoken in all major cities and towns like Mumbai, Pune, Nasik, Aurangabad (home to Ajanta and Ellora), Nagpur etc.

Come arrivare[Modifica sezione]

Come spostarsi[Modifica sezione]

Da vedere[Modifica sezione]

  • Beach resorts

Coastal Maharashtra (Konkan) has some of very beautiful beaches. With a 720 km coast line, there are beautiful beach destinations almost every 50-100 kms, starting from Dahanu in the Northern part of the State to Sindhudurg, at the Southern tip.

Some popular beaches are:

  • Dahanu-Bordi
  • Gorai-Madh
  • Juhu
  • Alibag
  • Kashid
  • Murud-Janjira
  • Harihareshwar
  • Ganpatipule
  • Tarkarli
  • Vengurla
  • Terekhol

Mentre le spiagge di Bordi, Gorai, Juhu, Alibag, Kashid e Murud-Janjira presentano una buona varietà di infrastrutture turistiche, tutte le altre rimangono escluse dai circuiti turistici per la mancanza di stutture ricettizie. L'unica scelta decente è costituita dalle proprietà gestite dall'Ente turistico statale il "Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation" (MTDC). Essendo questi resorts a carattere statale e non privato non brillano certo nel servizio e nella somministrazione del cibo.

  • Hill Stations

Popular hill stations in Maharashtra are -

  • Parchi nazionali
  • Meteor Crater
  • Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai

Attività ricreative[Modifica sezione]

Mangiare[Modifica sezione]

Bere[Modifica sezione]

Sicurezza personale[Modifica sezione]

Uscire[Modifica sezione]

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