The Vajreshwari hot Water springs located in the Bhivandi taluka of district Thane in Maharashtra State, India. Vajreshwari is known for its hot water springs and the temple of Goddess Vajreshwari, also the ashrams of Swami Muktananda and Swami Nityanand.
There are around 21 hot water springs, in a five-kilometer radius of the Vajreshwari temple. As per the legends, the hot water flowing through these springs is nothing but the blood of the demons slain by the goddess Vajreshwari herself. A hot spring is a spring that is produced by the emergence of geothermally heated groundwater from the Earth’s crust. There are hot springs all over the crust of the earth.
The hot springs stretching about 7-km in the bed of the river Tansa are mainly situated at Akoli, Vajreshwari, Ganeshpuri, and Satvalli. The temperature of the water in the springs ranges from 43°C. to 49°C.
At the hot springs in Vajreshwari, one can enjoy a hot spring bath in an exclusive and closed bath called `Kothawalla Bath’. The hot water springs are a must bathe for Vajreshwari Devi devotees. The springs have high sulfur content and are believed to cure many skin ailments.