Sindhudurg District Map would be of great help to the tourist heading on to the Sindhudurg district.
Sindhudurg district comprises 8 talukas and 4 Vidhan Sabha constituencies.
Sindhudurg district has a population of around 8,68,825 (2001 census).
The district of Sindhudurg experiences semi-tropical climate.
The chief crops produced in Sindhudurg are rice, mango, coconut, nachani, cashewnut, beetlenut, groundnut, jackfruit and variety of spices.
The cuisine of Sindhudurg, known as Malvani cuisine, is a unique feature of the district.
Transportation in Sindhudurg is well-developed. Ratnagiri, Belgaum (Karnataka) and Dabolim (Goa) airports are located close to Sindhudurg.
Apart from air access, Sindhudurg district is also well-connected to the major towns and cities like Mumbai and Goa by road and rail. There are 7 railway stations in the district and the famous Konkan Railway passes through Sindhudurg. NH-17 also passes through the district.
Places of interests
Some of the popular attractions in Sindhudurg include:
- Amboli Waterfalls
- Ganapati Temple at Redi
- Navdurga Redi
- Sindhudurg Fort
- Tilari Dam (Dodamarg)
- Vijaydurg Fort
The major folk-arts of the district are Chitrakathi, Dashavatar, Dhangiri, Keertan and Pangul dance.
Last Updated on : 25/04/2013