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Parashar Agritourism
Kalyan-Nagar Road, Rajuri, Tal:Junnar, Dist:Pune PuneMH412411 INDIA 
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Junnar Darshan

Junnar has been known as “Sanitarium of India” since British period for its strength of curing breathing problems. It boasts of 3000 years of prosperous history, beginning from the empires of the Maharashtrian kings, right from the first king Satvahan Raja. Its adventurous geography, with ranges of Sahyadri; Asia’s largest telescope GMRT; scenic beauty; healthy & fresh air; wide range of agriculture, from traditional farming of rice up to farming of export grapes; ancient religious places; ancient ghats, like Naneghat – a center for global trade – Junnar has it all. The region also boasts of the adventurous malshej ghat; Daryaghat, birth place of Maratha warrior Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj; Shivneri Fort & 6 other forts; 5 beautiful water reservoirs and a unique culture.
In Junnar Darshan, we are aim to show the unseen Junnar, with focus upon the popular locations of the region.

  • Ane Ghat: India’s Largest Natural bridge made up in volcanic rock by water force, 11 km from us.
  • Palashi Village, Shilahar Caves: Historical architect, ancient temples & 8th century Shilahar caves , 35 km from us.
  •  Daryabai Padali:Lavanstmab” geographical miracle 35 km from us.
  • Potholes, Nighoj: Geographical phenomenon 35 km from us.
  • GMRT, Khodad:  World’s largest Radio telescope is 20 km from us. Only Friday visit on prior permission]
  • Narayangadh Fort: Peshva period fort 20km from us
  • Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Mahish Samadhi temple: 5 km from us
  • Shivneri Fort: Birth place of Chhtrapati Shivaji  Maharaj 35 km from us
  • Junnar: Historical city 30 km from us.
  • Jain Temple & Jain caves: 400 yrs old Jain temple & Jain caves 40 km from us.
  • Manmodi Caves: 2500 yrs old Manmodi Budhist & Jain caves 40 km from us.
  • Vighnhar, Ozar: One of the Ashtvinayaka Temple30 km from us.
  • Girijatmaj, Lenaydri:   One of the Ashtavinayaka temple & Bhudhist caves 40 km from us.
  • Gibson Garden:  India’s 1st forest officer’s garden 20 km from us.
  • Tulaja Caves: 2500 yrs old Budhist caves 55 km from us.
  • Chavand Fort: 60 km from us.
  • Kukadeshwar Temple:  Ancient temple & starting of Kukadi river 60 km from us.
  • Nane Ghat, Jivdhan fort: Ancient trading route of Satvahan dynasties 70 km from us.
  • Hadsar Fort, Nimgiri Fort, Shindola Fort, Kombad-Ranjan Fort- 50-60 km from us
  • Malshej Ghat: Natural rustic beauty 40 km from us.
  • And many more to explore here with nature..

One Week

. 12000/person, 380 $ Dollar/person,280 €/person

Agri Tours, Village Tours, Forest Tours, Junnar Darshan and many more.

Festival Celebrations at Parashar Agritourism, Junnar

Celebration is part of life. which enrich..refresh the life. to make your life more happy, Parashar Agritourism celebrates several festivals through out the year. Some festivals such as

NATURE FESTIVAL: June, July, August, Sept

Junnar known as “Sanitarium of India” due to its fresh & healthy air. As industrial development is totally banned in Junnar, nature is totally virgin. Perpendicularly in rainy season fleshy greenery, roaring water falls, beautiful flowers, unique ecology..and many more. Nature shows its marvelous ambiance with different color shades. Its not a part of read but its a taste of feel. Feel by five senses. Malshej Ghat, Nane ghat, Darya Ghat & other virgin places waiting to welcome you. Forest lunch, mountain climbing, wetting in rains…its virgin enjoy of virgin season.

VILLAGE FESTIVAL: August, April

Villages in India are core part of culture, traditions, customs. Village will tell you the journey of development of that location. in momth of August [Marathi month sharavan] when crops are in sound stage. prosperity spreads her wings everywhere. at that time the atmosphere becomes very enthusiastic. Then farmers get engaged themselves in bhajans, worshiping to Gods. where rally of God, meal to all, new cloths to all..fun of virgin peace is there. the whole festival is very colorful, cheering, and meditating to mind also.

FARM FESTIVAL: June, July

When rains come, dry soil smells like heaven, farmers start to prepare lands for sowing of seeds, whole family getting engaged on farm. Groups of labors work together, lunch on bunds of farm or under the tree. That togetherness, same work & group lunch feel like a celebration of Farm festival on farm. its unique treat for agriculture lovers as they can participate in work..in lunch. after all its the season of sowing..planting ..not only crops but joy, relations & feelings too.

DIWALI FESTIVAL: Nov

Diwali is festival of India. But have you know how a farmer celebrates his diwali? how he worships his farm, livestock? what snacks prepared in farmers kitchen? This season becoming cold in farms which feels very pleasant to body & mind also. you can enjoy like a part of farmers family.

HARVEST FESTIVAL: Dec, Jan, March

When crop become mature hurry farmers is there to harvest it. everywhere you can see the emergency of harvest the crop. every farmer remains engaged in same activity. Fresh, virgin, grains, their smell. all this heavenly things you can feel in harvest festival. You can participate by harvestig the crops.

HURDA FESTIVAL: Dec, Jan, Feb

Hurda is the milk stage of Jowar [Sorghum] comb which taste very sweet && sugary. People become mad to taste it. Hurda with chutneys, pickles, shev adds taste to party. With Hurda, Lunch on farm, bullock cart rides .and many more fun to enjoy the farm culture..

GRAPE FESTIVAL:

100 acres of vineyards with attached grape bunches. export quality grapes, red grapes, black grapes, green grapes, everywhere grapes and grapes. Just imagine if you get the opportunity to pick these export quality grapes directly from vineyards by own hands & taste them how you want…so tempting na…instead of seeing dream you can directly enjoy this in actual. Grape festival is the unique festival celebrating at Parashar Agritourism. In addition to that you can see export packaging process & can purchase grapes how you want. lunch in vineyards, bullock cart ride, tractor trolly ride..and many more.

YATRA FESTIVAL:

When season of farming get over, farmers become relaxed, they try to find the entertainment for them. During this period Yatra, Jatra, festivals organized by villagers at different villages. in these yatras adventurous games, colorful stalls, fun fare, tamasha [ very popular Maharashtrain Folk art] & enjoy. Bullock cart races & Tamasha are the main attractions of these yatra festivals.

CURIOSITY CAMP:

When exams overs, parents wishes that our children will learn something new with enjoyment. Then search starts for such summer camps. So to fulfill the requirement of both parents & children we have plan of CURIOSITY CAMP where children can realize the value of farming as culture, source of food, rural life..and many more.

FourDays-ThreeNights

Rate: . 4300/person, 165 US $, 126 €/person

[half charges for children 3-10yrs]

1St Day

  • Traditional Welcome
  • Breakfast & Tea
  • Round on farm with informative guide
  • Lunch [Home Made vegetarian Maharashtrian Food]
  • Indoor activities like clay modeling, reading books, playing rural games like ath challas etc..
  • Tractor trolley ride for group of 10+ guests.
  • Visit to cow farm to experience cow milking & to taste fresh milk
  • Evening snacks, Herbal tea
  • Visit to weekly market [Friday, Saturday, Monday]
  • Can do some agriculture activities
  • Cultural Activity for entertainment [for group of 15+ guests]
  • Dinner  [Home Made vegetarian Maharashtrian Food]
  • Camp fire [Conditional]

2nd Day

  • Morning Brekafast & Tea
  • Junnar Darshan According to the interest of guests like visit to forts, caves, ancient temples, natural scenic locations, Ghats etc…
  • Lunch
  • Evening Snacks
  • Dinner

3rd  Day

  • Morning Brekafast & Tea
  • Junnar Darshan According to the interest of guests like visit to forts, caves, ancient temples, natural scenic locations, Ghats etc…
  • Lunch
  • Evening Snacks
  • Dinner

4th  day

  • Morning Tea
  • Forest Walk/mountaineering [optional]
  • Breakfast & Tea
  • Visit to Ane Ghat [India’s largest Natural Bridge]
  • Visit to GMRT’s antenna  [GMRT is world’s largest radio telescope]
  • Lunch [Home Made vegetarian Maharashtrian Food]
  • Relax after meal
  • Departure with sweet memories with high tea.

इथे गाव भेटते – Dainik Divyamarathi

इथे गाव भेटते - दैनिक दिव्य-मराठी

Yatra Festival

A famous, colorful, cheering, holy, enjoyable, mouth watering, entertaining & adventurous Yatra festival is celebrated every year in villages during the summers. The unique bullock cart races are main attraction of these Yatra festivals, while Maharashtrian folk Tamasha is the main source of entertainment at the event. Traditional snacks at Yatra festival are “Godi shev & Revadi”, which are unique into themselves. Sometimes wrestling is also organized during Yatra festivals to appease sports aficionados. These Yatra festivals reflect the actual Indian culture to their core and give a glimpse of the lively culture prevalent in India’s heartland.

Here on 7 & 8th March 2012, on the occasion of HOLI, Yatra Festival is on at Parashar Agritourism, Junnar

Venue: Parashar Agritourism, Rajuri

Date: 7th & 8th March 2012

  • unique bullock cart races
  • Rally of bullock carts
  • colorful shops
  • fun fair enjoyment
  • tasty mouth watering “Godi shev & Revadi”
  • taste of “Puran-poli”
  • Tamasha Maharashtrian folk for entertainment.

Charges:

  • 1 Day                                                  Rs. 700/person [half charge for children upto 10yrs]
  • 1 Day-1 Night                                         Rs.  1200/person [half charge for children upto 10yrs]
  • 2 Day-1 Night                                         Rs.  1600/person [half charge for children upto 10yrs]  

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जुन्नरला जाऊ; द्राक्षे खाऊ – News from Maharashtra Times

News Source: http://maharashtratimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-11558569,prtpage-1.cms

Christmas celebration with nature

American guests visited Parashar agritourism project

Yesterday Ridman family who hails from USA visited the Parashar Agritourism project. They were curious about the rural Marathi culture and life style of typical Maharashtrian village.





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