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The Konkan belt is the coastal division of the state of Maharashtra in India. It stretches North-South from the city of Mumbai (Bombay) in the North to Goa, which borders the southern tip of Maharashtra. Apart from being rich in its own Konkani culture, this belt is home to some of the most scenic beaches in India, many of which are yet to be commercialized and retain their pristine beauty. A drive through this region is particularly captivating in the monsoons, as it lends breathtaking views of lush green hills rolling in all directions and occasional glimpses of the majestic Arabian Sea.
The state of Maharashtra has more than 80 strategically-located coastal forts – the result of a long history of warfare in which it faced threats from other Indian emperors and a number of colonial invaders.
List of Sea Forts