Mahuli Farms is 50 acre of land located at the footsteps of Mahuli fort and hence it named after it. The land was bought about 15 years back. It was mainly purchased for preservation and protection of trees, flora and fauna, to protect Mother Nature's blessings and by enhancing the greenery and its biodiversity, to protect the environment against the increasing threat of global warming. In addition, to enhance it we have planted thousand more trees to build an ideal relaxing, soothing, refreshing, mesmerizing and breathtaking ambience. Mahuli Farms is located at the footsteps of Mahuli fort and near Manas Mandir (which is the second largest Jain Temple in India) Owner of the farm is Mr. Madhukar Talpade, who is working tirelessly to put his dream into reality. Mr. Talpade has worked in several different fields. He started first in LIC then joined Sales Tax Dept as a Class 1 officer. He later joined the Maharastra State Police and rose to the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police before opting to retire. With such a vast experience in different fields he decided to quit his job for his love towards nature. He took VRS(Voluntary Retirement) in 2009, even when he had 12 years of service ahead of him which would have led him to the position of Joint Commissioner of Police. He choose to leave the hectic life and settle for his love of nature.
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Mahuli Farms is blessed with abundance of nature, it is a great spot for nature lovers and also for bird watching. Mahuli Fort is close by, trekkers
Agro Tourism-agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture.
Eco Tourism-Natural trees, Medicinal plants, Nakshatra ''' Udyan.
Scientific survey/census of trees, orchards, shrubs done (compendium prepared) tabled.
Tour of farm
Games- A big, 2 acres ground for outdoor games such as cricket, football, volley ball, badminton and indoor games like chess and carom.
Bullock cart ride
Awale village, Tal- Shahapur,
Thane (Maharashtra) - (India)