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Kudal is a village located in the Satara district, in Maharashtra. This village is surrounded by a river named Niranjana (also known as Kudali). The major attraction of the place is a temple called ‘Pimpleshwar’ located at the banks of the river. The Kudal village is known for its natural beauty full of greenery. Agriculture is the main activity of the people here. Kudal provides a closer view of the historic Vairatgad Fort. Kudal houses two dams, which are located in Mahu and Hatgeghar area. Kudal enjoys great connectivity with various parts of Maharashtra by means of road. The National Highway 4 connects Kudal to Panchwad. Apart from this, several important towns and tourist places like Mahabaleswar, Satara, Panchgani, Wai and Chiplun are located near to Kudal. They enjoy great road connectivity to Kudal. Regular buses are available to towns like Tarkarli, Malvan, Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Pune, Raigad and Satara among others.
Madgaon is the capital of Salcete region in Goa. Locally known as Margao, Madgaon is situated along the coast. One of the oldest towns in Goa, Madgaon is located on the banks of the Sal River. Before the Portuguese invasion, Madgaon was home to numerous temples and Hindu Mathas belonging to the Vaishnava sects and was known as Mathagram. There are a number of churches in Madgaon; a few of the famous churches are the Holy Spirit Church, the Grace Church, the St Sebastian Church and the Monte Hill Chapel. Even though the population is predominantly Roman Catholic, there are many temples of which the Damodar Temple, the Hari Temple, the Maruti Temple, the Saibaba Temple, and the Shivaling Temple are popular. Christmas is celebrated with great fervor and a large fair is held to celebrate the occasion of the Feast of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in December.