Make Kas Pathar a place of Paradise
By Following Instruction
Unfortunately, due to the huge influx of tourists, the plateau also now sees a proportional increase in trash.
- why people cannot take their picnic rubbish back with them?
- What pleasure does anyone get by defiling nature with empty chips packets, plastic Bisleri bottles and worse still, broken glass beer bottles?
- Most of these litterers are educated people who consciously throw rubbish in such places, knowing fully well that they are destroying the environment by doing so. They just could not care less.
- Some of the local village schoolchildren near Kas,they and students from surrounding schools, are taken to Kas and made to collect all the litter.
- Very noble, but is it fair for these poor children to clear other peoples rubbish that ought not to have been generated in the first place?
- How much can the authorities do if our collective "intelligent" Indian littering mentality does not change.
Customs to keep in Mind
- You have to remove your shoes before entering a shrine.
- Drinking alcoholic beverages on the premises or speaking in a raised voice is prohibited.
- Women should always be properly dressed and should cover their head before entering a temple
- In some Hindu temples all leather products like shoes, belts, handbags, camera cases etc. are prohibited.
- Many temples also expect visitors to purify themselves by washing their hands and feet under a tap or tank available there before entering.
- Also removing the hat and lowering an umbrella within the confines of a temple is advised.
The units of Indian currency are the rupees
Credit cards are widely accepted in Kas Pathar in Satara city, particularly American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa. Credit cards can also be used to get cash advances in rupees.
In Maharashtra, the official and most common language is Marathi. However, both Hindi and
English are widely spoken in Kas Patha
It is probably better to ask before taking pictures of people Kas Pathar while some may be thrilled, others may find it offensive. Some tourist spots such as religious shrines , Waterfalls and restricted areas may prohibit photography.
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