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Roha is a small city in the Konkan region of Maharashtra.


While Roha village is small, the broad taluka (adminsitrative division) of Roha has a population of around 170,000 and is a centre for chemical manufacturing.

Get in[edit]

Roha can be reached via rail or road. The nearest international airport is in Mumbai.

Get around[edit]


  • Dhavir Temple. Dhavir Maharaj is the prime deity of Roha. Every year the town celebrates Navaratri Festival by having a 10 day Festival at the Dhavir Temple which ends on the 10th day - "Dasra" during Navaratri. On the following day of Dasra, Palkhi of Dhavir Maharaj is taken through the town where it visits each and every house for the Aarti.
  • 1 Avchitgad Fort. The fort is believed to have been built during the Shilahar dynasty and was reconstructed by the great Maratha king Shivaji. Avchitgad (Q4827896) on Wikidata Avchitgad on Wikipedia


In the neighbouring village of Kolad, there are several adventure sports facilities, primarily specialising in white water rafting on the Kundalika River.






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Roha is close to the picnic destination of Alibag.

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