Ladghar got the status of the most colorful beach of Maharashtra, wave of happiness ran in the tourism sector

Maharashtra: Ladghar beach located in Dapoli taluka of Ratnagiri district has been listed as one of the most colorful beaches on a popular travel website. The sand of this beach is not red, but at sunset, the pebbles lying on the beach appear to be painted red. The tourism sector is quite excited with Ladghar being listed as one of the most colorful beaches. This beach is very popular for dolphin spotting.

Boulders of the Coast remains the center of attraction
This rating has boosted the confidence of the locals and tour operators. Ladghar beach is about 3 km long where a 300 year old Lord Datta temple and a Lord Parashuram temple are situated. Sandesh Moure, a local resident, said that the pebbles of the coast remain the center of attraction among the people. Tourists come here regularly for pilgrimage, banana boating, parasliding etc.  The area is connected to some more beaches like Murud, Anjarle and Harne port. 

Lord Parshuram had a bath here
Dapoli Ladghar Beach Tourist Association member Naresh Pednekar said – Ladghar beach which is included in the 6 most colorful beaches of India will attract more tourists . It is one of the holy places which is known as ‘Tamas Teerth’. Amit Hiremath, a member of the Ladghar Beach Lifeguard Association and owner of a resort, said that according to legend, Lord Parashurama, who was bloodied after many victories, took a bath here after reclaiming the land of Konkan by pushing the sea. Therefore it is counted among the pilgrimage sites. 

This beach is also in the list of colored beaches
Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation, Konkam Regional Officer Deepak Mane said that about 9 lakh tourists came here before Corona. It is quite colorful during sunrise and sunset. The list of most colorful beaches includes Andaman, Lakshadweep’s Bangaram beach, Karnataka’s Tilmati beach, Odisha’s Astaranga beach and Goa’s Kola beach.

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