Pandharpur - Things to Know Before Visiting
Pandharpur, Maharashtra 413304, India
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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.
Attractions Near Pandharpur
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.
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.
There is a significance of no. 96 for the temple. The Kamala Bhavani Temple is built by Rao Raje Nimbalkar in 1727. It is considered to be the second seat of Tulajapur Tulaja Bhavani. Built in Hemdpanthi style, the temple has entry doors in East South and North directions. The uniqueness of this temple architecture is, the temple is having well of 96 steps. The temple is constructed with 96 pillars. The temple top consists of 96 pictures and 96 ‘overyas’. Navaratra festival is celebrated with gr
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.
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.
It is a part of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Baramati and Agriculture development trust. The place where you can learn advanced techniques and practices carried out in various crops in India and enjoy the vegetarian food and culture of Maharashtra.
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Discover More Attractions in Solapur, Where Pandharpur Is Located
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.