Population: 516,142

Living in Kolhapur, Maharashtra:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Kolhapur, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Kolhapur what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Kolhapur is on the bank of Panchganga river. It is famous for leather shoes. It is birthplace of the King Shahu Maharaj and Queen Maharani Tarabai who played an important role in the 1857 riot. Kolhapur is also famous for casting industry. Kolhapur is also well known for increasing agricultural and milk products.

Mohammed, says: 2020

Kolhapur is a city made up of sombre lakes and sprawling gardens. The city is surrounded by hills on one side and mountains on the other side. one should look forward to gazing at beautiful sunrises and sunsets everyday. The people of Kolhapur are loyal and amiable. The Ambabai Temple of Kolhapur is known throughout India.

Kolhapur’s climate is a blend of coastal and inland elements common to Maharashtra. The temperature has a relatively narrow range between 10 °C to 35 °C. Summer in Kolhapur is comparatively cooler but much more humid, than neighboring inland cities. Maximum temperatures rarely exceed 40 °C and typically range between 33 and 35 °C. Lows during this season are around 24 °C to 26 °C There are many nearby places. you can visit for nature visits such as panhala, vishalgad, jyotiba temple rankala lake and one of the famous temple is Mahalaxmi temple.

Kolhapur is one the district place from state of Maharashtra. It is at extreme south of Maharashtra. It is famous for sugarcane plantation. It is historical city. Kolhapur district has total 12 Tehsil (sub-areas). Marathi is language of Kolhapur people. It is most famous place for forts. The population of kolhapur is around 10 Lakhs.

Bonalika, says: 2020

Major areas such as Ambabai Temple, Mahadwar Road, Rankala Lake. For travel CBS and Railway Station. Major Bus stops. Rivers passing nearby city. Historical importance of city. Historical points. Worshiping place such as Jotiba, Nrusinhawadi. Fort near the city and around the district. The districts adjoining to my city. In the field of education the well known colleges and university.

Akshay, says: 2020

Kolhapur is a city on the banks of the Panchganga River, in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. It’s known for its temples, like the ancient Mahalakshmi Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site. The Bhavani Mandap is an imposing old palace with a small museum displaying stuffed wild animals. Close by, Rankala Lake is surrounded by gardens. The hilltop Jyotiba Temple complex is on the city’s outskirts.

Grusha, says: 2020

Kolhapur is located south of Maharashtra in an incredible country, India. Kolhapur is famous for jaggery, chappals (leather footwear) and more. The weather here is pleasant and the people in this region are loving and kind. There is abundance of water and the city is developed in terms of industries and agriculture. Overall this city is safe and great for living.

Tauquir, says: 2020

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