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Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary - Things to Know Before Visiting

Nannaj, Maharashtra 413222, India

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About Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

also known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Bustard Sanctuary is a sanctuary for the Great Indian Bustard. Maharashtra is one of the six states of India where great Indian bustards are still seen.

Attractions Near Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Dharashiv Caves
Dharashiv Caves43.64km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Dharashiv Caves are the nexus of 7 caves located 8 km away from Osmanabad. The caves were taken note by Archaeological Department of India and mentioned in the book Archaeological survey of India. It has been declared as a protected monument by the government.

Naldurg Fort
Naldurg Fort44.56km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

The fort which is an interesting place has enclosed a surface of a knoll or plantain of basalt rock which is jutted out into the valley or raving of the small river Bori. Along the rest of the cliff on three sides ran fortifications. bastion firmly built out have deseed basalt and are large enough to carry heavy guns. The entire circumference is about a mile and a half.

Vatavriksha Swami Samarth samadhi math Temple
Vatavriksha Swami Samarth samadhi math Temple49.49km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Akkalkot is widely known for its association with Shri Swami Samarth Maharaj held by his devotees to be a reincarnation of Lord Dattatreya. This is a famous temple in this region and many devotees visit this place a day.

Pandharpur60.8km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Pandharpur is a well known pilgrimage town on the banks of Chandrabhanga river. There are so many temples are there in the bank of this river and surroundings.

Shree Lakshmi Narasimha Temple
Shree Lakshmi Narasimha Temple79.57km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

This is a temple dedicated to the Lord Narasimha, Avatar of Vishnu. located in the Pune district. A historical temple with a lot of architectural works and have a lot of history to say.

Ausa Fort
Ausa Fort81.21km from Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Ausa fort in Latur district is one such fort that has a blurred history of itself. Ausa Fort’s prominence came to light during the fights between the Deccan Sultanates after the Bahamani Era. The Fort had been named 13 different names, but the name Ausa was the last one that it is now known by. The fort is located in a depressed ground level, and the highest point of the fort looks over the surrounding higher ground level.

Where is Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary

Discover More Attractions in Solapur, Where Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary Is Located

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The name Solapur is derived from two words ‘SOLA’ meaning sixteen and ‘PUR’ meaning village. The present city of Solapur was considered to be spread over sixteen villages.