Naneghat also referred to as Nanaghat or Nana Ghat (IAST: Nngha), is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range between the Konkan coast and the ancient town of Junnar in the Deccan plateau. The pass is about 120 kilometers (75 mi) north of Pune and about 165 kilometers (103 mi) east from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was a part of an ancient trading route and is famous for a major cave with Hindu Sanskrit inscriptions in Brahmi script.
These inscriptions have been dated between the 2nd and the 1st century BCE and attributed to the Satavahana dynasty era. The inscriptions are notable for linking the Vedic and Vaishnavism deities, mentioning some Vedic srauta rituals and of names that provide historical information about the ancient Satavahanas. The inscriptions present the world's oldest numeration symbols for "2, 4, 6, 7, and 9" that resemble modern era numerals, more closely those found in modern Nagari and Hindu-Arabic script
06.00 am: Gather at Shivajinagar
06.05 am: Start towards Naneghat base village
10.00 am: Tea at base
10.35 am: Trek to Naneghat
01.00 pm: Reach top, Lunch and Explore
02.30 am: start back towards base
05.30 pm: Reach Base
06.00pm: Return journey to Pune
10.00 pm: Reach Pune
Trek cost includes:
Travel from Pune to Pune by private non AC bus
Breakfast, lunch, tea, and snack
Professional Expertise charges
Trek cost excludes:
Dinner on Sunday
Bottled drinking water
Insurance of any kind
Medical hospitalization, evacuation, and related expenses
Anything not mentioned in ‘Trek cost includes’
Things to carry: 1. Two water bottles ( 2 ltr at least) 2. Rain cheater
3. Ready to eat food (Biscuits, palm cakes, thepla) 4. Polythene bag to keep wet cloths 5. Extra pair of cloths 6. Good trekking/ sports shoes 7. Torch (Must) 8. Personal medicines (if any) 9. Cap, sunglasses, sun cream or cold cream, camera (Optional)
1. The toilet facility will not be available.
2. Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that's illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed. Anybody found smoking or consuming alcoholic drinks will be expelled from the event without a refund.
Other Conditions & Indemnity:
I am aware that participating in adventure sports like kayaking, cycling, trekking, climbing, and rappelling has some inherent risks of illness, injury or death. This may be a result of the negligence of others, myself, forces of nature or other agencies knew or unknown. Rescue and medical services may not be able to reach me in time.
I hereby fully assume all risk of illness, injury or death, and the Kayakers, its owners, employees, consultants, agents and associates from all actions, claims or demands from any damages resulting out of my participation in this sporting event. This obligation is binding upon me personally as well as on my heirs, executors, administrators, assigns and all members of my family.
I hereby authorize any medical treatment deemed necessary in the event of any emergency, injury or mishap. I agree to bear all costs of rescue and/or medical services that may be incurred on my behalf.
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I understand that though precautions will be taken to provide a safe and enjoyable experience, there can be no guarantee of absolute safety against illness, injury and/or accident and that there are grave and unpredictable elements of risk in any adventure, sport or activity associated with the outdoors.
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