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Konkan, also known as the Konkan Coast, is a rugged section of the western coastline of India. Konkan proceeds from the north at Damaon in the Gulf of Cambay extends southwards all along with the western seaside land areas of Maharashtra & Goa and meets the Canara coast at Karwar district of Karnataka.
Konkan, as we all are well versed with, was created by Lord Parshurama, the incarnation of Vishnu, according to the Hindu mythology. It is a significant part of Maharashtra, which has unique sights. Konkan has myriad beaches some shores flaunt the rocky potholes, with the crabs hiding, whereas some beaches look golden with the soft sand covering it.
The scenic beauty makes you hold your breath as the cool breeze caresses you and plays with your hair like a Casanova. The beaches covered with red, black or white sand, the variety of flora and fauna, rocks, sea forts, cuisine, fruits, etc are famous all over the world.
Nature and Lord Parshuram have blessed this land abundantly. Konkan is divided into five parts or Districts namely: Palghar, Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurga & Mumbai. The Konkan coastline runs 720 km.