Life on a Beach
Its a place where the clean, fresh air invigorates, where each morning, the shore, washed clean overnight by the tide, looks wonderfully new, where acquaintances meet on the sand, become insperable companions for a few heady hours, and are then lost forever at going home live...and the rich aroma of salt, fish and gull dropping remain the only constant. If you have often wished for this try, Diveagar. It is a tiny village off the west coast in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. It is a place where Goddess Nature has showered her blessings. The Diveagar has its own history of 1300 years. The Yadava's ruled the village for few years, then in 16th century the Telengi Brahman called Divakar renovated the Diveagar. Diveagar has 5km lengthy and vast sea beach which has flowerson its coast. On left is a Karle River. Diveagar is surrounded by all this beautiful things. As the sea coast is large it is comfortable for the tourist to get into the water. what you dont miss at Diveagar the crabs making their homes while walking on the untouched and secluded scand you have the feeling like you are walking on the velvet and watching Dolphins swaying high is awesome and blissful. It is a place where you can walk for a mile on the beach without seeing a soul and lose yourself in blissful solitude.
One of the exotic places in India and truly blessed By Ganapati Bappa and devine nature surrounding. It is a locale in Shrivardhan Taluka, Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra, approximately 170 kilometers south of Mumbai. The area includes a fishing settlement, a beach, a temple, local businesses engaged in coconut and bettle nut tree farming, and some resort businesses such as restaurants, cottage rentals and motels, and six villages (from north to south): Velas, Musalmandi, Agar Panchaitan, Diveagar, Borlai Panchaitan, and Karle. The beach, facing the Arabian Sea, is approximately four kilometres long and undeveloped. At the north end of the beach where a small stream enters the ocean there is the fishing settlement, Velas Agar, and some paddy farming, while at the south end there is a sanctuary for migratory seabirds. Nearby, there is a small fishing village, where vendors sell fresh fish, which goes by name of Bharadkhol. The beach is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa highway via Kolad or Karnala.
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