Lonar Crater Lake – The only meteorite lake in the country

Lonar Lake is a saline soda lake located at Lonar in the Buldhana district of Indian state of Maharashtra. It was created by meteor impact during the Pleistocene epoch and is the only known hyper velocity impact crater in basaltic rock anywhere on earth. Researchers believe that meteor of about 60 meter diameter and weighing a million tones in the form of a stone had struck the earth at 20km/sec high velocity creating tremendous energy & heat and a cloud of molten ash and dust. It resulted in the destruction of neighbouring flora and fauna. The explosion was equivalent to that of a 6 megaton bomb. The meteor is believed to have been buried 600 meter below the crater level. The impacting crater struck at an acute angle from the northern side and thus the walls of crater slope gently over here. Rest everywhere, an uniform slope of 26 degrees is present.

The lake has a mean diameter of 1.2 kilometeres and is about 137 meters below the crater rim. The crater rim is about 1.8 kilometeres in diameter. The crater’s age is usually estimated to be 52,000 ± 6000 years.

The forest department have planted different species of plants inside the rim of the lake, which gives an exotic experience to the visitors. It is home to many birds and animals. Near the crater around the margin of the lake, there are a number of temples which are mostly in ruins. These temples were believed to have been built during the 12th and 13th centuries. Some of these temples were constructed during the Yadava period.

View of the Lonar crater lake from near the MTDC Guest House
The trail around the lake through the vegetation
Another view of the lake
The trail around the lake through the vegetation
A red-wattled lapwig in the lake
Black-winged stilts in the lake
Ducks inside the lake
Black-winged stilts in the lake
I encountered this bulbul during my trail around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
More ruins
Around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
Anther view of the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
The trail around the lake through the vegetation
Trees around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
Ruins of the temple around the lake
More ruins

Gomukh Temple needs a special mention due to the perennial stream which emerges from here; the source of which is yet to be identified. The pilgrims, visiting the temple takes a bath in this water.

Steps towards the Gomukh temple
The perennial stream inside the Gomukh temple
Gomukh temple
MTDC Guest House
MTDC Guest House

The Lonar Lake was mentioned in many ancient scriptures such as Skanda Purana, the Padma Purana and the Ain-i-Akbari. The first European to visit the lake was British officer, J E Alexander in 1823.

Ambar Lake
Not far from the Lonar lake is a small lake called Ambar Lake which is believed to be caused by a splinter of the meteor that created the Lonar crater lake.

Ambar Lake

Daitya Sudan Temple

One should not miss the mighty Daitya Sudan Temple with its impressive stone works located at the centre of the Lonar town, a kilometre away from the lake. This is a Vishnu temple dated to the Chalukya Dynasty which ruled central and Southern India between 6th and 12th centuries. It belongs to the Hemadpanthi style of architecture. It features carvings similar to those seen at Khajuraho temples. The diety of this temple is made of an ore with a high metal content that resembles stone. The exterior walls are also covered with carved figures. The plinth of the temple is about 1.5 m in height and the unfinished roof suggests an intended pyramidal for the tower.

The temple receive its name from its connection with the story of the demon Lavanasura or Lonasura who used to dwell in the crater close by and who was eventually slain by Vishnu in his incarnation as Daitya Sudan.

The temple measures 105 feet long by 84 feet wide and is with three chambers. The inner most chamber is garbh gruha, the sanctum sanctorum, where the idol of Lord Vishnu standing atop Lavanasur is present.

Daitya Sudan Temple
The main entrance of the temple
The idol of lord Vishnu standing atop Lavanasur
Architectural details of the temple
Architectural details of the temple
Architectural details of the temple
Architectural details of the temple
Architectural details of the temple
Architectural details of the temple

How to reach:
Lonar is easily accessible from Mumbai via Jalna. Jalna station lies on the Mumbai-Nanded railway line. There are frequent bus services available from Jalna to Lonar which is about 90km less than 3 hours.

The MTDC guest house is located very close to the crater lake is the best option for accommodation. The guest house also provides one of the best views of the lake.

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The Royal Opera House – The Pride of Mumbai

The recently renovated, The Royal Opera House is the only opera house that survives in the country.

Special mention to Kruti Garg, who took us on a heritage walk through this iconic structure savaged by time and now returned to its previous glory. She is a senior conservation architect and was closely involved in the restoration of the building. Some excerpts from the journey:

Situated on Charni Road, near Girgaum Chowpatti beach, the adjective ‘Royal’ was prefixed to ‘Opera House’ to reflect the fact that its foundation stone was laid during the British Raj in 1909, and King George V inaugurated the building in 1911 while the building was still under construction and then it went on to be completed by 1915. There is the royal crest of England which has the unicorn on one side and a lion on the other, present on the main (front) facade and on the side. As a depiction of Opera, the designs have musical instruments like harps and trumpets making its appearance on the architecture.

Architecturally it was designed on the likes of Morris Bandman, an entertainer and invested by coal baron Jahangir Karaka, providing the highest luxury of that time. The basement under the stage area has an orchestra pit, wherein the band of Musicians would play. Ice was introduced through pipes in the subsurface of the building, in order to cool the interiors.

The Royal Opera House, initially saw a lot of performances from British and American companies. Subsequently, 5 years from its construction it started screening movies. In 1940, the Prithvi theatre performed at Opera house when in Mumbai. Deenanath Mangeshkar has also performed here. A lot of big staring movies were screened here and some renowned movies even shot here.

In 1935, the opera house was taken over by Ideal pictures and converted into a cinema hall. As a result of which in 1970s the side boxes – the prime seats in this theatre, were torn down and completely removed from the building because they were interfering with the sight lines for movies. A projection room was added in the middle of the first floor of auditorium which was not original. Hence, the building had completely changed from its initial setting of a high octave Baroque interior to an Art Deco Cinema, by the time it closed down in 1980s.
In 1952, it was bought over by the Maharaja and Maharani Jadeja of Gondal, Royal family of Gujarat, as a commercial venture and run it for another 30 years from then. In 1980s Opera house was closed down because this single screen theatre could not make profitable business anymore and remained closed for around 18 years. The elaborate curtain on the stage has the crest of the royal family of Gondal.

Restoration:
Initially, in May 2001, it was noted that since the opera house was a Heritage building, it could not be redeveloped but only restored. With a lot of Archival researches, the building was completely restored and is now a 585 seater auditorium. The side boxes are put back. So are the stained glass windows and rich mouldings of sculpted foliage on the ceiling and proscenium arch. The orchestra pit has been widened and foyers heightened by frescoes and crystal chandeliers.

From a publication that was obtained from a scholar from New Zealand, called ‘Territorials in India’ which had a full chapter about the Royal Opera House and how it was constructed.

When the restoration began, the ceilings were completely different. It had an Art deco feel with no embellishment and decoration as seen now. There were no details on the balcony and original material from the Site was missing.
The wood panelling and boxes were restored as in its inception. This is the only theatre of that time, which had the Royal box designed for family seating. Side balconies, although restored as original, are not functional anymore for seating. Originally, these side boxes and royal boxes were furnished with plush Irani bentwood chairs. The second balcony had just benches and was for the lowest priced tickets. However, the renovated building has crimson cushioned chairs throughout.

Archival research texts described the interiors as embellished with gold and crimson. Designs on the spandrel, of the little boy are an original design found during restoration work and put back in their original locations. Acoustics have been improved and redone and the building has seen an insertion of air conditioning, speaker system etc. In the entrance choir, one will see a pair of unique crystal chandeliers, which were donated by the David Sassoon family, from their mansion called the ‘Sans Souci’ in Byculla.

Original ceiling was in the same shape as today. Back then there were no speaker system to augment the sound levels, hence the ceiling was designed in shape of a gramophone mike, for acoustical reasons to improve sound quality.

New Technology combined with restoration of the old world charm has gone into the renovation of this building.
Some pictures from the site:

Royal Opera House – View from the other side of the road
Main entrance
A closer view of the windows
Architecture details – The harp and trumpet designs
Ornamental windows
The Royal Crest of England
Boroque styled windows
Kruti Garg – Our heritage walk Guide, explaining the architechture
Interior view – The Grand Side Balconies
Interior view – Stained Glass Windows
Designs on the Spandrel
Designs on the Capital of Columns
The First and Second floor of Auditorium
Architectural Details – Arches and Balconies
Architecture details – The harp and trumpet designs
Elegantly designed Wooden Windows
Elaborately designed Dome interiors
Well lit Ticket booth
History of the Royal Opera House
Gold Embellished Ceilings
Small Ticket Counter
One of the Crystal Chandeliers
One of the Crystal Chandeliers
Mirrored Wooden balcony
Beautiful Gold Side Tables
One of the Crystal Chandeliers
Plush Cushioned Chairs
Marble installations and painted ceilings
Decorated Doorway
Elaborately designed Doorway
Paintings on the Dome interiors – A closer view
The Marbled Lobby – Ground floor
The magnificently set lobby on the second floor
The Stage -View from the second floor
The main entrance – The Side Facade
The Front Facade

Birding Trip to Nandur Madhmeshwar

Nandur Madhmeshwar wildlife sanctuary is situated in the Niphad Tehsil of Nashik District in Maharashtra. This sanctuary is a hub for thousands of resident and migratory birds. The sanctuary comprises the catchment area of the dam which was constructed across the Godavari River just below the confluence of Kodwa and Godavari rivers at Nandur Madhmeshwar. The water released from Gangapur and Darana water reservoirs is stored at Nandur Madhmeshwar dam and is subsequently released from here through canals for irrigation purposes. Due to this the water level is always fluctuating at Nandur Madhmeshwar dam. The sanctuary is spread over a protected area of 10000 hectares.

There are more than 230 species of birds found here out of which 80 are migratory species. Other than birds many other interesting forms of wildlife can also be spotted in this sanctuary. Nearly 24 species of fishes have been recorded in the reservoir.

The entry fee for the sanctuary is Rs. 30/- per head and Rs. 30/- for vehicle. They will issue a fanciful receipt which does not state any department or authority but simply says “Receipt for Payment to Government”. There are few machans erected by the department from where you can stand and watch the birds. But these were not of much use to us as the water level was too low and we have to walk few kilometres to reach the water body to see the birds.

How to Reach:
The nearest airport is Aurangabad at a distance of 180 km.
The nearest railway station is Niphad at a distance of 12 km on Mumbai-Bhusawal line.
The sanctuary is approachable by road from Nashik on the Aurangabad highway which is 30 km away from Nashik via Niphad. It is very near to Vinsur MIDC Naka.

Accommodation:
There are tents available for stay which is managed by the Forest/water department. Food can be arranged through the local villagers. But the wash room facilities are very poor. Also there is a government guest house which I was told is not very clean or well maintained. But this guest house is surrounded by lot of trees and you can see many birds around this place. A local villager Mr. Amol Darade who is a bird enthusiast himself, can arrange accommodation in a private villa if you could inform him in advance. The villa which is situated in the middle of a vineyard is really a very nice place and the caretaker a highly accommodative local guy, will arrange food from the nearby restaurant. Mr. Darade will also provide you with guides who will assist you in reaching the locations where you can spot the birds. These guides are equipped with binoculars and are really helpful in locating and identifying the birds. The charges are Rs. 400/- for a four hour trip. Mr. Amol can be contacted on 08007858599.

Also Niphad area is famous for vineyards & wineries which are very close to the sanctuary. In fact you can combine the birding trip with a visit to one of the many wineries and vineyards which are located within 15 km from the sanctuary.

The receipt issued at the main entrance
The receipt issued at the main entrance
The villa where we stayed in the middle of the vineyard
The villa where we stayed in the middle of the vineyard
Interior of the Villa
Interior of the Villa
The grapes are ready for Harvest
The grapes are ready for Harvest
The black grapes
The black grapes
The green grapes are ripe and ready for Harvest
The green grapes are ripe and ready for Harvest
The big bunch
The big bunch
Inside the vineyard
Inside the vineyard
Dove
Dove
Dove
Dove

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Red Wattled Lapwig in the field
Red Wattled Lapwig in the field
Ruddy Shelduck
Ruddy Shelduck
Ruddy Shelduck
Ruddy Shelduck
Egret
Egret
Egret
Egret
Ready to Take off
Ready to Take off
In the Field
In the Field
The Nests of the weaving birds
The Nests of the weaving birds
Sandpiper
Sandpiper
On flight
In flight
Up in the air - Painted stork
Up in the air – Painted stork
Spotted Billed Duck
Spotted Billed Duck
Spotted Billed Ducks
Spotted Billed Ducks
Glossy Ibis
Glossy Ibis
More Ducks
More Ducks
Nest of Swallows
Nest of Swallows
Swallows Perching on the Wire
Swallows Perching on the Wire
Lone Swallow
Lone Swallow
Cormorants Perching on the Tree
Cormorants Perching on the Tree
Cormorants Perching on the Tree
Cormorants Perching on the Tree
Purple Moorhen
Purple Moorhen
Purple Moorhen
Purple Moorhen
Ducks on Flight
Ducks in Flight
Black Shouldered Kite
Black Shouldered Kite
Black Shouldered Kite in Flight
Black Shouldered Kite in Flight
Flowers in Bloom
Flowers in Bloom
Mongoose
Mongoose
Flowers in Bloom
Flowers in Bloom
Morning Bloom
Morning Bloom
The odd one out
The odd one out

Bird Watching Trip to Bhigwan & Mayureswar

Bhigwan is a small dusty town located on the Pune Solapur highway. The distance from Pune to Bhigwan is 100 kms. The nearest town is Baramati which is 27 kms. The major birdwatching points are Kumbhargaon and Diksal on the periphery of the catchment area of the Ujani dam built on the Bhima River. Kumbhargaon is aptly called as the Bharatpur of Maharashtra. During winter season this area hosts large variety of migratory birds.

Boating services are available from “Agnipankha Flamingo Birding Point” managed by Mr. Sandip Nagare (Contact no. 0996061065/8975017405). Mr. Nagare also arrange for the stay and food at Kumbhargaon for bird enthusiasts. It is an excellent place to try the home made food and also fresh fish from the backwaters. His competent guides can take you in their boats to the major points where you can observe flamingos and other water birds. The guide who accompanied us during our visit was very cooperative and was patient enough to wait for us to take the photographs of the birds and was very helpful in identifying the birds. You need to make advance bookings for accommodation during weekends as they have very limited facilities available in the village. Alternatively you can get accommodation in Baramati which is 27 kms from Kumbhargaon where there are many decent hotels available. The best time to visit this area is from December to March.

During our visit we could spot a variety of birds like Greater Flamingos, Painted Stork, Open Billed Stork, Eurasian Spoonbill, Cormorants, Black Headed Gulls, Purple Heron, Rudy Shelduck, Wooly Necked Stork, King Fisher etc. etc.

Sunset Near Pune on the way to Bhigwan
Sunset Near Pune on the way to Bhigwan
Flamingos
Flamingos

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Flamingos on Flight

Flamingos

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Sunrise at bhigwan

Painted Stork
Painted Stork

Painted stork 2

Painted stork 3

Painted stork

Black Headed Ibis
Black Headed Ibis

Black Headed Ibis 1

Black Headed Ibis

Black Ibis
Black Ibis

Black Ibis on flight

Spoonbill Spoonbill

Spoon Bill (2)

Spoon Bill (3)

Spoon Bill (4)

Open Beak Stork
Open Beak Stork

Open Beak Stork 2

Open Beak Stork

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Open Beak Stork 23

Grey Heron
Grey Heron

Grey Heron (2)

Grey Heron (3)

Grey Heron (4)

Pond Heron
Pond Heron

Pond Heron (2)

Egret
Egret

Egret (2)

Egret (3)

Egret (4)

Egret (5)

Egret (6)

Egret (7)

Egret (8)

Egret (9)

Drongo
Drongo

Drongo (2)

Bee Eater
Bee Eater

Bee Eater (2)

Bee Eater (3)

Cormorant
Cormorant

Cormorant (2)

Ruddy Shelduck
Ruddy Shelduck

Rudy Shelduck (2)

White Breasted Kingfisher (1)

White Breasted Kingfisher (2)

Osprey on flight
Osprey on flight
Pied Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher
Red Wattled Lapwing
Red Wattled Lapwing
Yellow Wattled Lapwing
Yellow Wattled Lapwing

Ducks, Terns Etc.

Ducks & Terns (1)

Ducks & Terns (2)

Ducks & Terns (3)

Ducks & Terns (4)

Ducks & Terns (5)

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Ducks & Terns (13)

Ducks & Terns (14)

Ducks & Terns (15)

Ducks & Terns (16)

Ducks & Terns (17)

Ducks & Terns (18)

more (1)

more (2)

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Mayreswar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near Supe village in Baramti Tehsil, in Pune District. It is 40 Kms from Baramti town and 74 Kms from Pune. The forest department office at the entrance will issue the entry pass and vehicle pass. They are also supposed to provide a guide but unfortunately when we reached at the gate in the early morning there was no guides available. The entrance fee is Rs. 30/- per person and the vehicle entrance fee is Rs. 100/- per vehicle. Camera charges Rs.50/-.

There are around 125 Chinkaras in the sanctuary and sighting is almost guaranteed. There are few observation towers, where you can wait for the Chinkaras. This sanctuary is home to many bird species as well.

Chinkara
Chinkara

Chinkara (2)

Brahmini Myna
Brahmini Myna

Brahmini Myna (2)

Brahmini Myna (3)

Parrot
Parrot
This wonderful sunrise on the way to Mayureswar
This wonderful sunrise on the way to Mayureswar
Cucoo
Cucoo

Parrot twin (1)

Parrot twin (2)

Shrikes, Robin Etc. Etc.

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (1)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (2)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (3)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (4)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (5)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (6)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (7)

Shrikes Robin @ other birds (8)

Kite
Kite

Kite

Others (1)

Others (2)

Others (3)

Others (4)

Others (5)

Romancing the Flamingos at Sewri Mudflats

Sewri mudflats are located along the Sewri jetty. It is on a walkable distance from the Harbour Line station, Sewri. If you could reach there on a January morning you can witness the sunrise which is a golden treat. With the orange and red splashed across the sky, the view is really a spectacular one. This area is home to a variety of migratory birds, mainly flamingos.
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Thane Flower Show by Piramal Vaikunth – A Photowalk

This flower treat was a Christmas-New Year gift from Piramal Vaikunth to Thaneites. They have organized this grand flower show at Piramal Realty, Balkum and opened to public from 22nd December to 03rd January 2016. Inspired by the Chelsea flower show of UK, in this flower show Thaneites can see one million flowers of 180 different species and 18 differently themed gardens.

The Main Entrance
The Main Entrance

The Rikshaw of Roses The Rikshaw of Roses

The Orchid Garden
The Orchid Garden
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
Old Typewriter and the Trunk
Old Typewriter and the Trunk
The Log Pile
The Log Pile
Orchid
Orchid
Orchid Decoration
Orchid Decoration
More Orchid
More Orchid
Orchid
Orchid
The Maratha Horse Garden
The Maratha Horse Garden
The Persian Garden
The Persian Garden
The Persian Garden
The Persian Garden
The Persian Garden
The Persian Garden
The Wishing Well Fairy Garden
The Wishing Well Fairy Garden
The Garden of Buddha Blessings
The Garden of Buddha Blessings

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22 Piramal Vaikunth Thane Flower Show

The Black Sheep on the Hill Garden
The Black Sheep on the Hill Garden
The Teapot Garden
The Teapot Garden

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27 Piramal Vaikunth Thane Flower Show

"Little Sultan" The Replica of the First Passenger Train Run between Victoria Terminus and Thane
“Little Sultan” The Replica of the First Passenger Train Run between Victoria Terminus and Thane
The Value House village and Train Garden
The Value House village and Train Garden
Old Bombay Garden
Old Bombay Garden

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34 Piramal Vaikunth Thane Flower Show

The Brazil Landscape
The Brazil Landscape
A Cart Full of Flowers
A Cart Full of Flowers

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The Enchanted World of the Nutcracker
The Enchanted World of the Nutcracker
The Plant and Bottle Decoration
The Plant and Bottle Decoration
The Bullock cart Garden
The Bullock cart Garden

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42 Piramal Vaikunth Thane Flower Show

The Tree House
The Tree House
The Toyland Garden
The Toyland Garden
The Bottle Decoration
The Bottle Decoration
The Bonsai Garden
The Bonsai Garden

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Bhopar – Nature Trail

Bhopar is a village near Dombivli. It is 4kms. from Dombivli railway station east and is a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. There are rikshaws available from Dombivli railway station to Bhopar. This grass land is rapidly diminishing due to the ever expanding Kalyan-Dombivli municipality.

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