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     ▪ About 300 Kms south east from Mumbai .
     ▪ By road from Mumbai - 300 Kms on National Highway Mumbai        Bangalore.
     ▪ From Pune- 120 Kms from Pune on the same Highway.
     ▪ From Pune- 2:00 hrs. by bus from Swargate.
     ▪ From Kolhapur - 3 Hrs from Bus Stand.
     ▪ Places to stay - Hotel Maharaja Reagency, Hotel Greenfield, Hotel        Rajatara.
     ▪ Trains Accomodation - Visit - http://www.indianrail.gov.in
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Satara at a Glance ::
▪ Geographical Details  

Satara district is located in the western part of Maharashtra. It is bounded by Pune district to the north, Solapur district to the east, Sangli district to the south and Ratnagiri district to the west. Raigad district lies to its north-west.

Satara district is situated in the river basins of the Bhima and Krishna river. The physical settings of Satara shows a contrast of immense dimensions and reveals a variety of landscapes influenced by relief,climate and vegetation. The variation in relief ranges from the pinnacles and high plateaus of main Sahyadrians range having height over 4500 feet above mean sea level to the subdued basin of the Nira river in Phaltan tahasils with the average height of about 1700 feet above mean sea level. The climate ranges from the rainiest in the Mahabaleshwar region, which has an average annual all of over 6000 mm to the driest in Man tahsil where the average annual rainfall is about 500 mm. The vegetal cover too varies from the typical monsoon forest in the western parts to scrub and poor grass in the eastern parts.

     ▪ Geographical location : North Latiitudes 17.5 to 18.11 East Longitude         73.33 to 74.54
     ▪ Climate : Min. Temp - 11.6 Celsius Max. Temp - 37.5 Celsius
     ▪ Rainfall : 1426 mm ( Average )
     ▪ Geographical Area : 10484 Sq. Kilometer.


The main rivers of Satara district are Koyna and Krishna. The Krishna is one of the three largest sacred rivers of southern India. Approx. 172 kms.of the river course falls inside the district. The Krishna river begins on the eastern brow of the Mahabaleshwar plateau and the source is about 4500 ft. above sea level.

Kudali, Urmodi, Venna and Tarali are small feeder rivers of Krishna. Koyna is the largest tributary of the Krishna in the district. Neera and Manganga rivers are the two representative of the Bhima drainage in the north and north-eastern parts of the district respectively.

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