Ratnāgiri is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Ratnagiri District in the southwestern part of Maharashtra, India. The district is a part of Konkan division of Maharashtra. Ratnagiri district is one of the 36 districts of Maharashtra state in Western India. Ratnagiri (city) is the district headquarters of the district.
Climate: Ratnagiri. This city has a tropical climate. … According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as Am. The temperature here averages 27.0 °C. The rainfall here averages 3047 mm.
In 1731 Ratnagiri came under the control of Satara kings; in 1818 it was surrendered to the British. A fort was built during the Bijapur dynasty and strengthened in 1670 by the Maratha king Shivaji, which is located on a headland near the harbor. It is one of the ports of the Konkan coast.
Ratnagiri spans an area of 8208 square kilometers and has a population of 1,612,672. Barely 30% of this population is in the city, while the rest is spread over nine tehsils. With such a spread-out of the population, a sound and efficient public transportation system is necessary for the purpose of moving from one region to another for various purposes including trade, employment, and education, accessibility to healthcare and even for the growth of tourism.
Place of Interest
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Anjarle Beach, Ratnagiri, Thibaw Palace, Ratnagiri, Shri Devi Bhagwati Mandir, Ratnagiri
Velas Beach, Ratnagiri, Pawas, Ratnagiri, Guhagar Beach, Ratnagiri
Zhari Vinayak Temple, Ratnagiri Ratnadurg Fort, Ratnagiri, View Point, Ratnagiri
Aare Beach, Ratnagiri, Tilak Ali Museum, Ratnagiri, Sri Kanakaditya Temple, Ratnagiri
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Ratnagiri Lighthouse, Ratnagiri, Jaigad Fort, Ratnagiri