Relishing Corn of cob at Bhushi Dam in Lonavala

A view of “BHUSHI DAM” from a snack stall situated on the outside boundary of the steps.The gush of the flow of water is tremendous and although harmless on viewing is extremely dangerous if a person slips on these slippery step as the force of the gushing water is tremendous. Lots of food stalls on either side of the dam steps for tourists . read more

Bhushi Dam in Lonavala

This Dam was built in the late 1860’s on the Indrayani river by the British for the purpose of water supply to the steam engines of the “Great Indian Peninsular railway”.The lake formed by this dam overflows over a series of steps during peak monsoon as seen in this photo and is a major tourist attraction .The lake created by Bhushi Dam is also used for power generation by the “Tata Power Co Ltd”. read more

A View of Bhushi Dam in Lonavala.

This Dam was built in the late 1860’s on the Indrayani river by the British for the purpose of water supply to the steam engines of the “Great Indian Peninsular railway”.The lake formed by this dam overflows over a series of steps during peak monsoon as seen in this photo and is a major tourist attraction .The lake created by Bhushi Dam is also used for power generation by the “Tata Power Co Ltd”. read more