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Second day we started with Ajinkya Tara which served as a very important fort for the Maratha's this is again a worth place to visit if you are in satara, after that we left for the much awaited part of the journey 'KAS' Kas Pathar Maharashtra's own valley of flowers from Ajinkya Tara its around 30 minutes’ drive to Kas plateau every year many photographers comes here to improve their collections with some good pics in there kitty and capture the beauty of flowers, the artistry small flowers plants scenes were eye soothing, this place looks like a flower bed, you can spend hours also without getting a hint of running time and feel the grace of a place, the table top views of valleys were mesmerizing, we continued our journey to complete the circuit, Next station was Brawemeshwar Mahadev Temple and on route we took halt at Kas lake a campsite which is not so famous, but a good place to re-wind yourself, locals generally come here to spent good weekend time also this is one of major lake for water supply to Satara. small streams keep welcoming you through your way, traveling to ghats is not less than a treat, panoramic views are wonderful to your eyes, around thirty minutes of drive in ghats and you will reach bamnoli as one famous Brawemeshwar Mahadev underground shiv temple is there along with a boating club, you can go to temple by boating also but it may give a little dent on your pocket. as we were having a car so we reached there by car only, this is a very beautiful temple with a scenic view of river and lake surrounded by mountains and garden where you can spend a good time. by 5 we finished our last spot of the day, after returning home we did our packing and post dinner at around 8 we left for the Back to Bombay and this is how we concluded our Satara Trip....