Prime ministers of Marathas Empires place 🏢 to “Harischandragad”

Place: Khireshwar, Maharastra.

Path: Pune -> Aldare -> Karanjale -> Khireshwar -> Harischandragad


The view 🎑 from a kireshwar village to the hills of harishchandra was picturesque.

The whole day was cloudy🌧. It takes 4~5 hours to reach our destination and it depends on climate conditions and group members👨‍👨‍👦‍👦👩‍👩‍👧‍👧, we are good and active and no one was with slow phase🐢 . We packed our things, had a small brunch 🥙 and started our trek, the movement we started 🚶🏻 it was drizzling 🌨 and the time was ~3.30PM🕞…. it’s raining.

Now and then there are rest points with small huts🏠, where you can get fluids (lemonade, tea & Parle-G)☕🍪…. it’s raining.  Around 6PM 🕧 took a long break, we thought we would reach our destination within an hour…. it’s raining. We haven’t reached our destination and time was 7.30PM🕣…. it’s raining. We thought of it was near and took the trail path for 1hr more, still we haven’t reached our destination…. it’s raining. By the time we realized that we lost our trail path it was 9PM🕘…. it’s still raining.

The organizer was a talkative and suggestive type, mini-me thought now everyone will start questioning him for not reaching the destination, As everyone understood the situation, kept quiet  {You know we clap 👏🏻 for great things and show index finger 👈🏻 for other, That’s the tendency of human, nothing wrong in that}. But, everyone stood neither clapping nor showing index finger for what has happened.

What ever it is, the one who drives has to be cautions and should act properly, Despite the things happened, organizers decided to stay where we are, everyone stood quiet for a few minutes and decided to stay where we are, instead of searching whole night 🌃 and deviating too far…. it’s raining. This shows the team work as everyone stands on one word.

Covering our head with rain jackets we sat where we are, started looking time now-and-then and small hope that someone sees us…. it’s raining. One guy covered his head with his backpack cover, three of them covered with sleeping bag and polyethylene cover, right  and left of her were comrades, one was idle and without jacket, the other trio are together, one was sharing with trio group, one more was idle without jacket as I had spare I gave him mine. Elder guy wore his jacket and pant to cover him up. Regardless of climate conditions everyone imitated one-on-one.

It’s raining… it’s raining… it’s raining, this time it was 6AM, Yes, We were under the rain whole night.

Next day with the help of GPS & local people we are able to reach our destination, along the trek path the view of mountains with fog/rain/greenery was 😱 wow!, at last after crossing small pile of mountains  reached our destination. We relaxed had our tiffin and started descending and reached to the prime ministers of the Marathas Empires place (pune).

Finally, it was really a great and had a good time. Remember either it is planned or not❎, trekking doesn’t happen as always planned, be prepared.


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Nice to meet you all:

Let’s start with Mukesh Please don’t chew Gutka, Pan, Drink and drive.

You always had smiles on face @ Mukesh. Cool and calm guy @ Adarsh. We tried ourselves to keep warm whole night (Praveen & I). You are so accomplishing, I guess only your iPhone hasn’t a single drop of water fallen on it @ Sandeep. You are so enthusiastic welcome to trekking club @ Aravind. Of course you were not soldiers the three musketeers (roses) @ Snehal, Sruthi, Deepthi. You were not an organizer, not talkative and you are elder among us, but you were a calm @ Krishna guru. They were classmates colleagues and friends The comrades @ Sashank & Aravind. The man who took things on his soldiers and Guffaw fellow @ Dattu. slow-moving, slow-going but with the group @ Saketh. The roaring , talkative and friendly @ Rudra.

Agree to disagree @ For the things happened.

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