Meher Retreat has become the latest HOTSPOT for the greatest weekends in the lap of nature.
With all the fun elements and a live stream within the premise it is time to soak in the stream and beat the heat.
Spread on a green expanse of over 27 acres, Meher retreat is truly exotic and the huge expanse of Matoba Lake adds to the beauty. The free flowing stream within the premise sets the place apart from any other destination near Pune.
Since the opening in November 2015, Meher Retreat has changed the dimensions of one day picnic with unique enjoyment to become the most popular place for day outing.
FUNtastic Meher Retreat located at the banks of Matoba Lake near YAVAT is one-of-its-kind experience with all the elements of nostalgic rural life and best of Nature.
Yawat is just 42 km from Pune and blessed with a naturally beautiful ambience. It also is surrounded by picturesque points that are worth visiting.
The temple is located at a distance of 25 km from Pune at Theur. The mythological reference is that Morya Gosavi went under meditation and attained siddhi and his son constructed this temple to commemorate the event. It is one of the Astavinayak pilgrimage.
An ancient temple of Lord Shiva which dates back to 13th century and the ancient carvings are simply majestic. The entire structure has an aura of purity. The place is just 10 km off road on Solapur highway from Yawat and worth visiting at least once, when you are in the nearby vicinity.
It is one of important place of datta sampradaya, where Narayan majharaj, one of the satgurus of Avatar Meher baba spent his lifetime in meditation.
Satguru Narayan Maharaj, being the satguru of Avatar Meher baba, pilgrims from all over the world visiting Meher baba's Samadhi at Meherabad also visit this place.
Bet Kedgaon is unique and picturesque along with an aura of pure mediation to give a feel of calmness.
It is one of the largest water bodies near Yawat and a great destination as the banks of the lake are often habituated by variety of local as well as migratory birds and the on the banks is a lovely temple of local deity – Mhatoba. The place is just adjoining to Meher Retreat.