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Destination Wedding Venues in and around Sangli
Located on the banks of the river Krishna, in a district of the same name, Sangli may not feel like a destination wedding location to the untrained eye, but with its cultural, historical, and religious significance, the city of Turmeric is sure to change your mind. While you can visit Sangli whenever you'd like, the best time to visit it would be during the monsoon periods, as the Nag Panchami festival is usually celebrated around that time. While Sangli doesn't have an airport, you should be able to get here easily by road or by bus.
Sangli, as a whole, has had significant periods in history-especially during the Chalukya Empire, of which a region known as Kundal used to act as the capital of the same. During the time of the great Maratha leader, Shivaji Maharaj, Sangli, and its surroundings were captured to be part of a Jahangir, but separated from it in 1801 due to political disagreements. Now, many of the temples, structures, forts, and bridges that were built during the early periods still stand today and attract a lot of crowds willing to learn more about what Sangli used to be, what it is like now, and the reasons for the change. The Ganapati Temple, the heart of Sangli, situated on the banks of the River Krishna, the Irwin Bridge, a bridge of extreme historic importance that was built by the British, and the Rajwada Palace, which requires no introduction, are among the places that hold not only architectural but also cultural and historical importance in Sangli.
Need to take a break from destination wedding preparations? There are a lot of things you can do and explore when you're here, and with each place offering its own unique experience, you're bound to enjoy every moment. Sangli has a lot of temples that you can visit, like the Datta Mandir and Mahadev Temple for example. Up for a hike? The Dandoba Hills Forest reserve offers a great chance for you to go for one, and if you visit with the monsoons at its peak, you're in for a breathtaking view of the surrounding hilltops, the cool weather, and the serenity are sure to make your day better; and who knows, maybe you'll be able to spot some animals while you're at it! Many bridges connect Sangli to various parts of Maharashtra, and those having historical significance would be the Krishna, Irwin, and Ankali bridges. While each bridge offers a spectacular view of their surroundings they're also famous for their history. For example, it is said that the ex-Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Vasantdada Patil, leaped from the Irwin Bridge to shake off the Britishers that were on his tail during the freedom movement. The Ankali bridge connects Maharashtra to Karnataka and the Saangli bridge is one of the oldest bridges built here.
Getting married to your significant other is a big deal, and if you're going to celebrate your destination wedding while surrounded by history that rings deep within the Maratha culture, you may as well do it at Sangli!
in and near Sangli