A religious tourist destination to visit, Karad is a small town of Satara district in the state of Maharashtra. It is located at the confluence of Koyna River and the Krishna River. The convergence of both the rivers is termed as Preeti Sangam which means ‘Lovely Meeting’.
The town is majorly known for its sugar production and thus is referred as the sugar goblet of the state of Maharashtra owing to the presence of various sugar factories in and around Karad. The city also has several respected and known educational institutes such as Government College of Engineering, Government College of Pharmacy.
Karad travel guide is full of historical, scenic and pilgrim references. The town is well known as "Dakshin Kashi" and "Karhatak". It is also a mythological city and is believed to be the holy city as Lord Rama stepped his feet on this land.