Alibaug – Vacation Destination

Alibaug is a seaside town and municipal council in Raigarh district of Maharashtra, India. It is the central station of the Raigarh locale. Raigarh’s first name was “Kulaba”. It was created in the seventeenth century by Sarkhel Kanhoji Aangre the maritime head of King Shivaji’s Kingdom.

Revdanda, Chaul, Nagaon, Akshi, Varsoli, Thal, Navgaon, Kihim and Aawas towns were known as “Ashtagare”.

A maritime fight was battled at Varsoli between Kanhoji Aangre and Siddi of Janjira in 1706. In 1722 English and Portuguese together assaulted on Kulaba stronghold, and they lost this war. At Chaul there was a fight between the English and Sakhoji in 1730. Sakhoji won and cut down the losing party alongside their chief at Kulaba. Kanhoji even issued his own particular cash as a silver coin called the Alibagi rupaiya.

Alibaug and its encompassing towns are the notable hinterland of Bene Israeli Jews. There is a synagogue in the “Israel Ali” (which means Israel path) zone of the town.

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Tanarika Resort

Sakri Phata, NH -06, Kandari Shivar,

Bhusawal – 425201. Maharashtra, India

Telephone : 02582 – 249015, 249016

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Hotel Premier

Near Nahata Collage,

Saket Society, Jamner Road,

Bhusawal – 425201. Maharashtra, India

Telephone : 02582 – 240422, 645266, 699266

Mobile : +91 – 9325375802, 9370848917

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Hotel Aditya Palace

Beside Pandurang Theatre, Jamner Road

Bhusawal – 425201. Maharashtra, India

Telephone : 02582 – 226755, 227966

Mobile : +91 – 9326172069, 9370848920

Email : aadityapalace@ tanarikahotels.com

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