Jalgaon, Maharashtra 425127, India
About Manudevi Temple
Situated in the lush green ranges of Satpuda mountains, on the banks of River Tapi, is the Shree Manudevi Temple. It is the supreme family deity of many of the families who reside in the vicinity.
Attractions near Manudevi Temple
Thalner is a fortified town close to Dhule city in Maharashtra and is home to many military outposts, the Thalner Fort being of primary significance amongst them due to its strategic location and massive stature. At the foot of this fort which lies at the summit of a small hill, lies an ancient and prehistoric stone temple dedicated to the deity Thaleshwar after whom the city of Thalner and its main military fort, take name.
This is the dargah of Abdul Qadir Hakimuddin. It is one of the holiest places for the Dawoodi Bohra Muslims. This mausoleum was constructed in pure white marble which is an outstanding example of Mughal architecture. The Dargah and the surroundings are very well maintained and lot of tourists come here to see this architectural beauty every day.
The Shahi Qila was a majestic palace in Burhanpur located to the east of the Tapti River built by rulers of the Farooqi Dynasty. A seven-storied monument, the fort itself is often called Bhoolbhoolaiya because of its vast, confusing architecture. There are a lot of tourists visiting this place every day to experience this architectural beauty.
Aahukhana is an archaeological site in the heart of Burhanpur. There is so many things to see and study around this place. One who visits Burhanpur should visit this place.
It is an Indian fort located in Satpura ranges of Burhanpur built by Asa Ahir of the Ahir dynasty in the 15th Century. This fort holds immense importance for history lovers as well as for those who wish to simply explore the beauty of a monument that once held esteem and prestige and architectural beauty.
It is built in a very important place. It is 304 meters high above sea level. From 1370, information available for the songir fort. This fort was in the possession of Farooqi Sultans. After that he went under the control of the Mughals, Marathas and later the British. The British conquered it in 1818. The rounded bastions in black stone absorbs attention. The remains of this fort have also collapsed.
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