The Ahmednagar, India graticule is located around latitude 19, longitude 74. It's land use is almost entirely agricultural, with small fields and access roads which make access to most hash points quite feasible, if you aren't afraid of leopards or malaria. It is notable for containing most of the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope array. Though this facility has lots of resources (including hand-held GPS devices and cars that can easily handle the rural terrain), they're usually reserved for projects which actually use the telescope, and not so much spontaneous adventuring like geohashing. Too bad.