Nature in India

The Kharghar Hills – if you’re in searches of a scenic spot…

When we were invited to the Kharghar Hills, I didn’t expect the place to be so splendid. Considering how devotedly people in our neighborhood [url=]cut down the trees[/url] in fear of a potential damage they can cause to their cars during the rains, I was not sure whether there were any spot of natural beauty left in Navi Mumbai. Fortunately, such places are still there. If you’re in searches of a beautiful scenic spot, the Kharghar Hills can offer you a lot to rest your eyes on: greenery of all the possible shades, waterfalls, panoramic views, flowers and sounds of nature – everything one misses so much in the concrete jungles of a big city.

Breathtaking panoramic views

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The wild [url=]flowers of India[/url] reminded me the meadows of my homeland in summer.
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And when we discovered this one, it was like finding one of those magical flowers from fairy tales, when a king gives his order to find it and bring to the palace, and the flower is hiding from everyone except a chosen person. And this chosen person is you:)

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And these are representatives of the local fauna:)

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I was surprised to see crabs in the streams, but it seems fresh water crabs are rather common in the Kharghar Hills.

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Once again I had a chance to see a [url=]banana flower[/url] – this one was rather high, but in the Nerul Rock Garden  I could take a better look and actually see little bananas forming between its petals.

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And the waterfalls…  So picturesque and refreshing.

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So, the journey was pleasant and memorable. Don’t underestimate the Indian sun though, even during the monsoon. Yes, I’m a little sunburnt, so next time sunblocks is a must 🙂

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