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Beyond the central Dashashwamedh Ghat, on the southern stretch (the river flows north in Benaras) lies Prayag Ghat, Ahilyabai Ghat (built by Queen Ahilybai of Indore), Darbhanga Palace and Ghat (built by the Darbhanga royal family of Bihar), Rana Mahal Ghat (built by a ruler of Udaipur), Chaushat Ghat (with temples dedicated to the 64 Yoginis), Mansarovar Ghat (built by Raja Man Singh of Jaipur) and Rajghat (built by the Marathi ruler Balaji Peshwa Rao, To the north of Dashashwamedh Ghat, lies Man Mandir Ghat (where Man Singh of Jaipur built an astronomical observatory), Mira Ghat (built by Rani Meerabai) and Lalita Ghat (named after a beautiful wooden temple built by a Newar family from the Kathmandu valley)....
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Get into the skin of the city and grab a experience to cherish by riding in a Double Decker, eating from a dabba by any Dabbawala who delivers in a company, visiting Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat, the old and famous Dhobi Ghat, catching up 1:40 am last local train, learning 'thode' Marathi, visiting Asia's largest slum, Dharavi, watching DDLJ in Maratha Mandir, getting selfies at a film star's house and watching a play in Prithvi Theatre....
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How to Reach We started our journey from thane station on Saturday evening by Kasara local.We reach to kasara station by 7pm where we meet our other group members.From kasara we easily get local taxi or jeep which take us to Bari village from where kalsubai trek get start.We reached to Bari at 9PM in the night.Bari is about 70km away from kasara station.We had dinner at one local villagers house who served us methi ,rice bread ,daal and rice authentic marathi dish cooked on chulha(i.e.soil stove).We took rest for 2-3 hours after dinner and wait for Moon rise....
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What awaited ahead was a day of driving around in the ghats, random stops to soak in the scenic vistas along the highway and ultimately this unexplored pristine strip of sand adjoining a small cluster of houses which is known as ‘Wadi’ in Marathi (a smaller cluster than a village) thus becoming a private beach for the villagers....