Kolhapur is a city on the banks of the Panchaganga River, in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. It’s known for its temples, like the ancient Mahalakshmi Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site. The Bhavani Mandap is an imposing old palace with a small museum displaying stuffed wild animals. Close by, Rankala Lake is surrounded by gardens. The hilltop Jyotiba Temple complex is on the city’s outskirts.
Climate. Kolhapur’s climate is a blend of coastal and inland elements common to Maharashtra. The temperature has a relatively narrow range between 10 °C to 35 °C. Summer in Kolhapur is comparatively cooler but much more humid, than neighboring inland cities.
Kolhapur ( Kolhapur.ogg (help. info)) is a historic City of Maharashtra. It is the district headquarters of Kolhapur district. Prior to Indian Independence, Kolhapur was a nineteen-gun salute princely state ruled by the Bhosale Chhatrapati (Bhosale royal clan) of the Maratha Empire.
Kolhapur Municipal Transport (KMT) operates a large number of buses in the area. They range from luxury buses, deluxe buses to ordinary buses. … There is currently no Metro Rail Service in Kolhapur. The trains going through Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Terminus connect the city to all major cities in India.
Place of Interest
• Mahalaxmi Temple, Kolhapur
• Shahuji Chhatrapati Museum, Kolhapur
• Rankala Lake, Kolhapur
• Binkhambi Ganesh Mandir, Kolhapur
• The Kopeshwar Temple, Kolhapur
• Bhavani Mandap, Kolhapur
• Jyotiba temple, Kolhapur
• Ajara, Kolhapur
• Irwin Agricultural Museum, Kolhapur
• Maharaja’s Palace, Kolhapur
• Gaganbavada, Kolhapur
• Gagangiri Maharaj Math, Kolhapur
• New Palace, Kolhapur
• Khasbag Maidan, Kolhapur
• Nrusinhawadi, Kolhapur
• Gadhinglaj, Kolhapur
• Bhudargad, Kolhapur
• Shirol, Kolhapur
• Hatkanangale, Kolhapur
• Kagal, Kolhapur