ABOUT HAPUS

A 'kalam' is what a mango tree is called as across the Kokan region. A driving force for the Hapus industry used to be the mothers and sons of the land who used to shower love and care on their family owned kalams. Starting its life as a sapling only a few inches tall, a typical kalam takes years of nurturing and attention to blossom into a young fruit-bearing tree. In a period of 8-10 years it grows into a mature tree that can organically yield Alphonso mangoes per season.

The Alphonso variety of mangoes grown across Ratnagiri district in Maharastra, India is called locally as Hapus. It's not a made up word, but the actual local name in Maharashtra with which people fondly call the Alphonso

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We Are Not Resellers, Who Buy From Someone Else & Sale It To You. We Think That This Policy May Decrease Our Reputation & Goodwill In The Market. So Whatever The Products We Are Offering It Has Been Grown In Our Organic Farm. 

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POPULAR TOURIST DESTINATIONS

ARYADURGA DEVI Mandir

Aryadurga devi, Devihasol आर्यादुर्गा देवी देवीहसोळ, is a Hindu temple situated in Devihasol village and it's a very famous temple in Rajapur taluka, Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra state, India. Goddess ARYADURGA is the Kuldevi of many Karahde Brahmin and since my wife is a Karhade Brahmin 

RAJAPUR GANGA

The Ganga of Rajpur is an interesting matter of study for many researchers. This place is considered as a geological wonder as Ganga suddenly emerges and starts flowing here since the ancient times. There is road from Rajapur’s Unhale village that leads to the Ganga Teertha.

HOT WATER SPRING

Rajapur Hot Water Spring, also known as Unhale Hot Water Spring is situated in the village of Unhale near the city of Rajapur. The hot water spring is located on the flood plain of Kondivali River. It is the southern-most hot water spring along India’s west coast.

Chuna Kolvan Waterfall, Rajapur

Such a natural wonder was recently found near Ratnagiri’s Rajapur; the very beautiful Chuna Kolvan waterfall. There is a tall semi-circular edge waterfall situated 5 kilometers into the forest from the Mandrul-Jharewadi path, 16 kilometers to the north of Rajapur. From there, the Chuna Kolvan waterfall flows gigantic and gorgeous into the valley from a height of 125 feet.

Dhootpapeshwar

The area of the temple is truly beautiful. The road to the temple, away from air pollution, passes through dense forest. In rainy season, the Mrudani river flowing  from the hills generates a chain of waterfalls beside the temple. The arial prop roots  of hundreds of years old Banyan tree, just outside the temple,  resemble like the jatas of  Lord Shiva. The peace of mind that can be experienced here along with such clean and pure surroundings is what all devotees come looking for at Dhootpapeshwar.

Rock Carvings (Petroglyphs)

You cannot miss the sculptures which are beautifully carved on the open and vast lateritic plateaus in Ratnagiri. These magnificent rock carvings are made in hard lateritic rock during the Pre-historic era, almost 10,000 years ago. Even though these sculptures which are made of various animals, birds, geometrical structures and ancient hieroglyphics are very mysterious, yet they are a beautiful man-made invention.

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