5 Km from Sadabahar Moments is Sai Dham. Sai Dham is situated on top of a mountain in village hadshi. There are 2 more temples along with the Sai Baba temple situated on Top of a hill.

Best time to visit the place On weekends Post 6:30 pm the entire place is lit up and the water fountains in active mode.

5 km by road | Holy place |  ***


1 Km from Sadabahar Moments is Chinmaya Vibhooti Ashram. Chinmaya Vibhooti is situated in between village sathe sai and kolwan.

On fixed timings each day outsiders are allowed for a tour of the place.

1 km by road | Holy place |  ***


12 kms from Sadabahar Moments is Tikona also known as 'Vitandgad' is the dominant hill fort in Maval in western India. It is located near Kamshet around 60 km from Pune The village nearest the fort is called Tikona-Peth or Tokono-Peth. The 3500 ft high hill is pyramidal in shape and the name Tikona means "triangle". The fort is a trekking destination noted for the large doors, the temple of 'Trimbakeshwar Mahadev', a water tank and some Satvahan caves. Trek organisers also commend the views of Pawna dam and the nearby forts of Tung, Lohagad and Visapur. There is a lake at the summit.

12 km by road | Historic place | ****


12 Kms from Sadabahar Moments when going towards Lonavla from the bass pass is Pavana river (Pavna). It is a scenic picnic spot for you to spent a few playful hours with your friends and family.

The backwaters of the dam are safe enough for playing in the water. During winters boating is also something you can enjoy here. It is a tributary of Bhima river and merges in the Mula river in Pune city.

It flows through Pune city and divides Pune City and Pimpri Chinchwad area. A dam is built on this river at Pavananagar called as the Pavananagar dam.

12 km by road | Nature place|*****


8-12 Kms from Sadabahar Moments is UWC Mahindra College is one of the 12 United World Colleges, located 40km west of Pune in Maharashtra,
India The college campus occupies an area of approximately 175 acres (70 hectares) near the village of Paud in the Mulshi region of Maharastra in India, roughly 40km from the city of Pune.

From its vantage point on a hill overlooking the Mula River near the Mulshi hydroelectric dam, the surrounding villages
and fields in the valleys and the steep hills of the Western Ghats provide a striking rural setting.

8-12 km by road | Educational place |  ***


20-25 Kms from Sadabahar Moments is Mulshi Dam, also know as Tata dam by the local people. Mulshi is the name of a major dam on the Mula river located in Taluka Mulshi. From Paud main market when you go towards Tambini Ghat, mulshi dam is enroute. Water from the dam is used for irrigation as well as for producing electricity at the Bhira hydroelectric power plant, operated by Tata Power Company LTD. The station operates six 25MW Pelton turbines and was established in 1927. It mostly supplies power to Mumbai.

20-25 km by road | Dam |  *****


30 Kms from Sadabahar Moments is Tamhini Ghat. Mulshi dam and the surroundings are full of natural beauties that includes a dam, hilly region of Sahyadris deep forests and forts like Dhangad and Koraigadh. Water of Mulshi is used for generating electricity. It is one of the major electricity project in Maharashtra. The beauty of Mulshi lake can be observed from 'Valanewadi' - 6 Kms. from Mulshi. Sahyadri is famous for its deadly hills and its beauty. Both the things can be observed here. The Tamhini Ghat road also takes you to Harihareshwar which is a 2.5 to 3 hrs drive from here. Mangaon, Raigad and Kolad are also places you can go to from here.

30 km by road | Natural view |  ***


Sr No 550, Village - Sathesai,
Taluka - Mulshi, Dist - Pune,
Maharashtra,Pin code - 412108.
Right turn after Girivan Hill Station arch.

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