Trekking Marunji Hill | Hinjewadi Pune | Amazing adventure | First Trekking Vlog | Incredible Nature

March 20, 2022

 Marunji Hills is lovely short Trekking track, located in Hinjewadi Pune. It is adventurous and very close to nature.

Marunji Hill located at the Hinjewadi phase 2, a hike of around 45 minutes to 1 hour will take you to the top of the mountain. 

Marunji Hill is a good place for trekking.

Breathtaking view can be seen from this place.

You can see whole area from single point i.e. Kasarsai Dam, Infosys Campus,Dattawadi, Nerhe, Marunji Road, Marunji Village, Phase 2 and Phase 3, and most important Xrbia Apartments, Life Republic

If you love photography then go here in rainy season.In the rainy season, the entire mountain becomes lush green, while in the winter the brownish fallen leaves provide some stunning scenes.

The sunrise and sunset view from the top are stunning. One can hike up this mountain regularly to keep himself/herself fit and that can be of great help while going for longer treks. 

There are dozens of routes from where one can ascend or descend the mountain.You can park your vehicle a few meters at the Kaali Mata Mandir which is near to Wipro Circle.  The route starts just adjacent to the Temple.We went through Xrbia Township route. 


Bhramhgiri Trek | ब्रह्मगिरी पर्वत | गोदावरी नदीचे उगमस्थान आणि इतिहासची साक्ष देत उभा असलेला दुर्ग.

March 11, 2022

 Bhramhgiri,  Bhramhgiri Trek, Trimbakgad, Nashik, Fort, Durg Bhandar, Godavari,  त्र्यंबकगड किल्ला

Brahmagiri is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. It is situated in Nashik District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is located near this place. The origin of the sacred Godavari river is near Trimbak. It flows for 1,465 kilometres (910 mi), first eastwards across the Deccan Plateau then turns southeast, entering the West Godavari district and East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, until it splits into two watercourses that widen into a large river delta and flow into the Bay of Bengal.

Brahmagiri (1298 meters) is to the west of trimbakeshwar and this fort offers a commanding view of the Jawhar Mokhada region of Thane district. Trimbakeshwar itself is a place of worship because it is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

From Trimbakeshwar, through regular steps, Ganga dwar is reached and the Gorakshanath cave which is end of Trimbakeshwar. Now again while climbing down, there is a road going towards Brahmagiri towards right. Following this route one reaches the carved steps in the rocks. The steps are very good even in the recent times. They were blown off by Britishers in 1818 but later on, they were rebuilt somewhere before India gained independence. From the base village, Brahmagiri is around 450 to 500 meters elevated

From base village, it takes 45 minutes to see Ganga dwar, the Gorakshanath caves and 108 Swayambhu Mahadev caves and in the halfway while descending, the road towards Brahmagiri takes you till the top in around 45 minutes and almost 2 hours to see the fort completely. There are 2 temples on this fort the place which is believed to be the origin point of Godavari river. From here, the river flows till Ganga dwar and then towards Kushavart teerth in Trimbakeshwar village.

One can reach this place by an ascent of about 750 steps made on concrete. There is a shrine dedicated to Goddess Ganga. The river appears here as coming out from the mouth of Nandi. Kolambika Devi temple and a group of 108 shivalings are seen nearby.