Konkan is a western coastline of India.
Konkan is a western coastline of India. The village consists of green valleys, islands, hilly slopes, western ghats, and a large agricultural area. It includes districts like palghar, thane, Mumbai, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, Uttara Kannada.
The region is very rich in rice farms, mango production, jackfruit production, cashew production, and other fruits. It is the best time to visit during the monsoon. The rainy fog over the mountains seems like a skyline.
It is very famous for the beaches like Harihareshwar, Devegar, Alibag, Shrivardhan, Napoli, Rashid, Guha Ghar, Murad Rangiora, tarkarli, sindhudurg, and Ganpatipule.
A large number of tourist visits Konkan during summer and monsoon. It has good quality food and availability of transport. It also has steep slope houses with ample space in the courtyard.
Tasty cuisine is seen here like kokum curry, Bombay duck, Pathol, Airavat, Bharti vangi, Kadam, Colombo, claims gravy, manga mole randy, etc. the food found here delicious and healthy.
Due to tight water bodies, fishing is an excellent occupation. Those fresh fishes are served with immense luxury.
Tourists generally prefer boating on the beaches of Konkan. The sunrise and dawn time seems an authentic touch of nature. Agriculture and fishing are the two main occupations. A large number of alphonso mango is exported to abroad from Konkan. A large number of cashew trees are seen and jackfruit production.
Many Marathi and Hindi movies are shot in the region. Ratnagiri district is regarded as the most sanitary district in Maharashtra. Their culture defines the holy spirit since the ancient period. Women are seen draped in saree and men in kurta pajamas.
The sacred place of Ganpatipule contains enormous patriotism and devotion. People are seen spending their summer vacations in their native. Holi and Ganesh Chaturthi are seen celebrating ancient traditions and customs.