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Bhimashankar Temple
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Bhimashankar Temple

bhimashankar templeBhimashankar is the sixth Jyotirling in the series of Dwadasha Jyotirlingas. The temple is very old and surrounded by a scenic nature with green forest. The place is totally surrounded by dense forest which is also considered as the wild life sanctuary by Indian Government. This hill region is called Sahyadri and situated at a distance of 125Kms from Pune. This forest is also called Khed. The temple is located at Dakini hill (Shikharam). Nana Padnis of Peshwa kingdom has improved this place to a great extent and built the beautiful temple.

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Chaturshrungi Temple
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Chaturshrungi Temple Senapati Babat Road In Pune.

chaturshringi-templeChaturshringi - Chatur means four - is a mountain with four peaks. The Chaturshringi temple is 90 feet high and 125 feet wide and is a symbol of power and faith. The temple is located on the slope of a hill on Senapati Bapat Road. It is said to have been built during the reign of the Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosle. The presiding deity of the temple is Goddess Chaturshringi, also known as Goddess Ambareshwari.

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ISKCON NVCC Temple
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ISKCON NVCC Temple

ISKCON-temple-at-Pune-Exterior viewThe ISKCON Temple pune is located in Kondhwa, which is also called as NVCC – New Vedic Cultural center and has grand plans. ISKCON Pune is propagating the teachings & values of the great ancient literatures of Vedic heritage.The temple is architecturally very beautiful .The central hall has huge carvings on the roof with central dome depicting Krishna and Radha. The corridors around the main hall have murals depicting various mythological stories and also many from Krishna’s upbringing. The temple is also well-lit during the evening and it is a beautiful sight.

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Moreshwar Ganesh Mandir Temple
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Moreshwer Ganesh Mandir Temple


moreshwar ganapati mandir1A very significant part of the Ashtavinayaka pilgrimage, the Moreshwar temple is located in the Baramati Taluka of Pune district in the state of Maharashtra. There was a time when the region had uncountable number of peacocks residing in the region to make it look so beautiful and consequently it was named Moreshwar. The striking fact is that the entire region is in the shape of a peacock. It is also known as Bhuswanand Bhuvan. A Maharashtrian devotee of Lord Ganesha is believed to have born, survived and died here. Agriculturally productive area this is with ample production of sugarcane, grapes, wheat and other crops. It is situated along the Karha River. This temple was built before 17th century AD.

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Parvati Hill and Parvati Temple,Pune
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Parvati Hill and Parvati Temple

parvati hill temple puneParvati is one of the favourite relaxation spots for the residents of Pune. The height of Parvati hill is 2100 feet above sea level and 260 feet from the city level. The hill offers an aerial view of the city and the most picturesque scene in the early hours of the day. Parvati hill houses one big and three small temples.

Parvati is the daily visiting place for a number of citizens and for many people, going to Parvati (103 steps) forms a part of their daily exercise regimen. Being the highest point in Pune and having conveniently located observation points, the beautiful panaromic view of Pune city leaves visitors spellbound. Beautiful sunrise and sunset views are like the icing on the cake.The Parvati gates open at 5.00am to close 8.00pm.

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Pataleshwar Cave temple
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Pataleshwar Cave temple,Pune

patalewhar cave temple 1Pataleshwar Cave temples which are 8th century caves are dedicated to lord Pataleshwar , God of underworld. It is located on Jungli Maharaj Road.It is belived to have been cut out from a single rock, the place has massive pillars, which are the grandeur of the temple caves. The shrine out there is dedicated to Shiva and the Nandi. This religious shrine on Jungli Maharaj Road, housed in caves, that dates back to 700-800 AD has rather grand statues of Nandi, Sita, Ram, Lakshman, Lakshmi, Ganesh and an over-sized shivalingam under its roof.

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Ranjangaon Ganpati Temple
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Ranjangaon Ganpati Temple

Ranjangao mahaganapatiThe Shree Mahaganapati temple at Ranjangaon is located in Shirur taluka about 50kms from Pune and is the eight temple visited by devotees who set out on the Ashtavinayak Yatra. The form of the temple’s idol, namely Mahaganapati, is considered to be so powerful that the local villagers do not bring home idols of Ganapati at all, as is done during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in other parts of Maharashtra. Instead, they personally visit the temple itself.

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Shree Chintamani Temple
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Shree Chintamani AshtavinayakTemple

Chintamani-Ganpati-temple-Theur-Maharashtra-Ashtavinayak-temple-Shri Chintamani Ashtavinayak temple is located at a distance of 25 km from Pune in a small village named Theur.Theur is situated at a distance of 25kms from pune in Haveli Taluka of Pune District On Pune Solapur highway,after Hadapsar & Loni. Theur is situated at the confluence of the Mula,Mutha,& Bhima rivers. Devotees who embark on the Ashtavinayak Yatra make their fifth halt to pay obeisance to Lord Ganesha at the Chintamani Ashtavinayak Temple at Theur (also referred to as Theoor). The holy place of Theur is located at the spot where 3 rivers meet – the Mula river, the Mutha river and the Bhima river.

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