Sangli is a district located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. In the 12th century, this district was a part of the Chalukyan Empire that ruled over its region for a longer period of time. Chhatrapati Shivaji fought many battles with the Mughals to free the captured areas of Sangli. At present, it is reckoned among the popular tourist sites in Maharashtra.
With an enormous elevation of 1800 feet above the sea level, the craggy terrains of Sangli spread across 118 sq. km. of the land. This district is surrounded by Satara in North, Solapur in Northeast, Ratnagiri in Northwest, Belagavi in South, and Bijapur in Southeast. The climate of Sangli is defined as subtropical in nature. It faces moderate summer with a median mercury level of 37°C and pleasant winters with an average temperature that goes below 15°C. A substantial amount of rainfall is received by the region of Sangli.
Sangli is dotted with stunning attractions. The visitors can swarm to different places like Veerbhadra Hill, Parshavnath Hill, Sangareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, the shrine of Ganapati and much more.