Dronacharya of Mahabharata had an ashram at Don hill in Gujarat



Don hill, located 42km east of Ahwa in the Dang District in Gujarat, is an important religious site. An ashram of Dronacharya, the guru of Kauravas and Pandavas in the Mahabharata, was located atop the Don hill. In fact, before the British changed the name of the hill, it was known as Dron.

There are remnants of the ashram constructed by Dronacharya at Asalya hilltop. This hilltop also has a natural water spring, a Shivling, footprints of Sita and the handprints of Dronacharya.

Today, Don hill is famous for paragliding. 
Times of India reports
 At 1,000 metre above the sea level, Don hill has been officially declared as the highest peak of the Sahyadri mountain ranges in Gujarat by the Roads and Buildings department of the Dang district administration.
 The officials say Don is a historical village and has a population of 1,748 people who are tribals. Their main occupation is farming.

"We had carried out a survey to measure the height of both the hills and found Don to be on the highest peak of the Sahyadri mountain ranges. Don is a historical village and holds religious significance," said G A Patel, executive engineer.