In this month of July, people in Mumbai enjoy a heavy rain . In such a time, the favourite monsoon beauty spot is Kanheri Caves located in the National Park, Borivili , not far off from my home, only 5km . It is a Buddhist rock-cut caves, believed to be the largest on the Konkan coast, were chiseled out of basaltic rock between the first and ninth centuries AD. Tiny spartan cells with only a plinth as the sleeping area are embedded into the rock face. There is a main congregation hall with the stupa. After the first showers of the rainy season when all gleams, fresh and washed, it becomes a dreamy place to visit.
Milon Mancha knows best how to extract the tourists potential of a place for its disciplined team of tourists, MM took its members on a one-day trip to Kanheri cave on 08.07.2018.
If you are new to MM, it is good to know that MM conducts its all programs—tours/ cultural event -any, on a no-profit basis or better to say that on a cost sharing basis. MM always welcomes new travel ideas, towards seeing unexplored areas and new experiences at a less cost–if you have one, write to him.
I am not writing more fearing that you might get bored with the long account, better see the tourists in action, in the rain, in the forest, in the beautiful photographs taken by Sri Rudra Mondal and Amalendu Sil. In many cases, photographs of rainy tourists, may drive you to unconsciously run for your umbrella, be on your guard !!!!!
[ Don’t forget to visit MM page in face book, you will get their details of all past tours. Those beautiful pictures will take away your depression and blues if you ever drift into -God forbid, those human malaise]. Thanks for reading.
LAST, BUT BY NO MEANS LEAST, I HAVE A REQUEST TO TO ALL OF YOU THAT IF YOU HAVE ANY NEW IDEA ON TOURS AND TRAVELS, PLEASE SHARE IT WITH MM. MM IS IN SEARCH OF INNOVATIVE IDEAS TO COVER ALL VIRGIN PLACES WITH TOURIST POTENTIAL AT MINIMUM COST, TIME AND ENERGY. THANK YOU ALL.