Wai is a town in Satara District, in Maharashtra state, India. Located on the Krishna River, Wai was a town of some prominence in the days of the Peshwas. It’s a beautiful hill town with a limited population which is quite nearby to the Krishna River in the Satara district of Maharashtra. Wai is beautifully surrounded by a range of mountains in the Sahyadri region making it a perfect photogenic location for you and your friends. Wai which is around 7.5 metres above the sea level is one of the understated yet beautiful hill stations of Maharashtra.
District: Satara
Population: 36,030 (2011)

Also known as the Dakshin Kashi, Wai is located in Maharashtra and has over 100 ancient and old temples which are nothing short of picturesque.
Things to do- Dholya Ganpati Mandir, Dage Aadipar, Kalubai Mandir amongst others.

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