Shri Vajreshwari Devi Temple (Vajreshwari road)
Vajreshwari Road, Vajreshwari, Maharashtra 401204, India
About Shri Vajreshwari Devi Temple (Vajreshwari road)
Devoted to Goddess Vajreshwari, the temple is located in Vajreshwari town which is 75 km away from Mumbai, Maharashtra. Earlier, the town was known as Vadvali. Later, it was re-named Vajreshwari in honour of the temple deity. Vajreshwari town lies on the banks of the river Tansa, in Bhiwandi city of Thane district, Maharashtra. The temple stands on the Mandagiri hillock, which was formed out of a volcanic eruption.
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