I have added this photo to see the beauty of admiring the craftsmanship of the area. Hope you will agree that sometime little things give more happiness. When I saw this notice-board, believe me I remembered my childhood craft-book what me and my sisters were always busy in creating paper crafts. We were much happier then, than now because we used to enjoy the every moment of life.
The Beauty of life is to find your way to enjoy. Surrounded by lots of stress throughout our busy schedule, the inner self searches for a calm and quiet relaxation point to shed off all the stress to rejuvenate. I feel Panchagani, a place of five hills, is the ideal destination for weekend relaxation. Just 100 kilometres from Pune, Panchagani is well connected by road having lovely scenic beauty on the way. I set out for Panchagani in the early Saturday morning and after completing three and half hours of journey arrived at the beautiful place of five hills.I was started my Journey from Pune around 6 am in the morning by road to Panchagani as a weekend trip in search of peace of mind.Day 1:In the morning hours, having light snacks, visited the highest point in Panchagani called – The Parsi Point the scenic beauty was very soothing and wonderful giving a feel of “Heaven on the Earth”.This place was an eye sparkling place. I was there around 3 hours to enjoy the peace of this air-cooled place, clean blue sky, hill, water pond, everything were just perfect for the weekend morning peace. After my discussion with my friend I was a bit curious about the history of the place. It was rather easy to surf on my phone about its history.Situated on the way to Mahabaleshwar, the picturesque Parsi Point had looks of the Krishna Valley and the Sparkling water of the Dhom Dam. It is surrounded by lush green mountains and provides some spectacular views. If you are looking for such a place, stop for a while and just have deep breathe, the best part about it is the soul-soothing breeze that refreshers any tired traveler’s senses.
We reached Parsi point around afternoon, had booked our stay at the famous Parsi point, precisely to witness the much talked about panoramic view of Krishna valley. Folklore has it, that this point used to be the favourite spot of people from Parsi Community, for its view and leisurely atmosphere. Much to meeting up with the expectation, the room has a view to vouch for. Freshening up, we gorged up a hearty meal at the villa restaurant that had fairly-good options to choose from.