The Sativali hot water springs located in the Mumbai in Maharashtra State, India. These hot springs are located 100 km north of Mumbai. Six hot springs are located on the banks of Vandri stream flowing near the village of Sativli. The main hot spring (56.3°C) is located on the south bank and small sprouts (59.3°C) are located on the north bank of the stream.
The main spring shows profuse gas emission. On the hot spring has constructed a concrete tank for the protection of human activity. There are three large and three small tanks opposite the temple. The small tank to the left has hot water and steam rises up from it. The other tanks have relatively lukewarm water. Discharge from the main tank is diverted to secondary tank and used for the bathing purpose. A borehole drilled nearby discharges hot water of ≈ 52°C.
There are fragments of a Hindu temple at the hot spring area, with two broken bulls (Nandis), and two broken lingams. The temple known as the Satoleshwar Mahadev temple.
How to Reach Sativali Hot Water Springs
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