This is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range near Junnar in Pune District of Maharashtra, India. During the reign of the Satavahana (200 BCE–190 CE), the pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. Literally, the name Nane means “coin” and ghat means “pass”. The name is given because this path was used as a tollbooth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills. Still today the remnants of the ancient toll booth , inscription & rock cut caves can be seen on top , and it is said that throwing a coin inside the booth has the power to make any wish come true. Join us as we explore this forgotten pass, that once stood as a mute witness to the testimony of a kingdom forged with blood & war.