Vengurla is a very popular for Vengurla beaches ,Vengurla market,culture & sea side enjoyment and Vengurla port. The glorious scenes of the shiroda beach ,Vengurla is highly decked with the imposing hills of Tulas, Mochemad and Dabholi coupled with the courtly Arabian Sea in the western part. Formerly, built up by the traders of Dutch and later on by the rulers of Britain in the year of 1665, Vengurla is also coined as Vingoria and lived up to become one of the popular beaches in the state of Maharshtra.. Vengurla is a taluka in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra,India consisting of 124 villages
Vengurla, receiving an Annual rainfall of about 3,155.3 mm . Under the Köppen climate classification, Vengurla features a tropical monsoon climate port of Vengurla is one of the most talked about for the calmness that prevails here besides the strikingly beautiful landscape that one gets to witness on climbing the lighthouse. The prevalence of piousness and composure inside the ancient temple of Sargeshwar Shiva draws a large number of pilgrims from all across.
The Tourist place is located at Vengurla is located at 15.87° N 73.63° in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra.VENGURLA , located 1.3 kms from swantwadi railway station is the closest railway station of the place whereas Dabolim, Goa is the airport, located at a distance of 90 kms and 113 kms from Oros , the District capital
From Sawantwadi railway station take a auto Rikshaw to get to Sawantwadi bus stop. From sawantwadi Bus Terminus, there are MRTS transport buses for Vengurla and the rafter regular buses ply on the math to Vengurla . From Sawantwadi it will be a pleasant drive of 49 Min.
Pargad was a basically a fort build by Shivaji maharaj around 1674, believed to be maintained to overlook the activities of the Portuguese in Goa. The height is 738 meters from sea level. First killedar of this fort was Rayaji Malusare, son of Tanaji Malusare. In 1689 Aurangzebs son Sahajada Muaajam and Khavas Khan tried to conquer this fort, but the brave soldiers with their guerrilla warfare tactis defeted the Mughals.
Vengurla beach is locatedon border of arebian sea in Maharashtra. It has white sand and a number of hills surround it. There are a couple of temples near Vengurla beach that act as tourist attractions - Rameshwar Mandir and Shri Devi Sateri temple. There are other major tourist attractions like Sagareshwar center, Shiroda village, Nevati beach, Ganapati of Redi and Vithoba temple.
Ancient Sagareshwar temple of Lord Shiva. Built with stones, this grand temple is met by the submissive sea waves at its footsteps. This amazing beach is just 3-4 kms from Vengurla. And its very famous in Sindhudurg.
In 1638 the Dutch had a trade settlement at Vengurla, where they victualled their ships during their eight months' blockade of Goa. A small British factory was established at Vengurla some time before 1772. In 1812 the town was ceded to the British by the Ran of Savantvadi..
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