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Sai Tamhankar explores the charm of Maharashtra in National Geographic India’s upcoming documentary series

Titled ‘Postcards from Maharashtra’, the seven-part documentary series delves into the history, exquisite servings, and contemporary wonders

National Geographic in India, along with actor Sai Tamhankar, is going to take viewers on an experiential journey through a documentary series - ‘Postcards from Maharashtra’.

The series will present the varied attractions along with the unique culture of the state.

Premiering on National Geographic starting December 29, 2022, the seven-part series will follow Tamhankar as she takes culinary detours, explores, and reconnects with her homeland.

From scrumptious food offerings to historic places of worship, forts, and old monuments, the stories will also highlight destinations like the ancient caves of Elephanta, UNESCO heritage sites in Aurangabad to the divine temples of Pune and Nasik. She will also be seen exploring the lip-smacking hearty food-servings and shopping destinations across cities.

“At National Geographic, we strive to bring stories that have the power to enlighten our audiences and transform the way we understand the world around us. With our Postcard series, it has been our endeavour to showcase the most unique features of a state combined with visually stunning imagery and impactful story. In this series, we have showcased the beautiful state of Maharashtra that embraces the pristine beauty of nature and cuisines. We are happy to have Sai Tamhankar as the host, making the journey a perfect viewing experience for travel buffs,” said a National Geographic spokesperson

“From unique ancient marvels to lush greenery, one can experience a bit of everything in the state of Maharashtra. We are happy to have associated with National Geographic who along with Sai Tamhankar have put together a series that has captured the true beauty of Maharashtra and bringing viewers closer to the unexplored gems of the state,” said the Director, Directorate of Tourism, Maharashtra government.

“Exploring my own state with National Geographic – a brand that is known for its insightful storytelling - in collaboration with Maharashtra Tourism is truly an honor for me. Through this opportunity, I got a chance to experience and re-kindle my love for the mystic beauty, palatable delicacies, and the rich Marathi culture like a traveler. Being part of the series made me feel proud to be a Marathi Mulgi and this series will always own a special place in my heart,” Tamhankar said.

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