Culture Lifestule
He national dress of India is the saree- six yards of unstitched cloth that is skillfully draped to impart grace and elegance. Other traditional dresses worn around the country include the Salwar Kameez and Lehenga Choli. Bright hues and intricate patterns are a common feature of Indian dresses. Modern Indian women on the metros wear

western dresses like their male counterparts and the universal 'jeans and t-shirt' are popular amongst the college students. The Charans' caste system is based on written genealogy. Genealogy (from Greek: el ?e?e? el-Latn genea, "descent" and el ????? el-Latn logos, "knowledge" is the study of A Charan will accept all the other Charans as equals even if they do not know each other and have radically different economic or geographic status. [6] They are divided into four distinct sections, mainly based on their geographic locations. Each section has several sub-sections and subsections have several stocks. Males and females of the same stock are considered brothers and sisters, and thus marriage within a stock is strictly forbidden no matter how distantly related the male and female are biologically. Similarly, marriages outside the Charan commnuty are not allowed. A list of sections and sub-sections follows, with the number of stocks in each sub-section given.

Maharashtra Religious Place
Afghan Memorial
Ambadevi Temple
Ambarnath Akoli
Anwa Temple
Ayappa temple
Bahubali Hill Temples
Balaji Temple Nerul
Ballaleshwar Temple
Bibi ka Maqbara
Chakreshwar Temple
Chinchwad Ganesh Temple
Ganapati Tample
Dattatreya Temple
Kailash Temple
Mount Mary Church
Mumbadevi Temple
Nageshwar Tample
Osho Ashram
Pandharpur
Shirdi
Sidhi Vinayak Tample
Shri Hazur Sahib
Saptama