Pune Darshan

Siddhivinayak temple

Siddhivinayak temple Siddhatek (Asthavinayak)

The Siddhivinayak temple is the Third Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. The idol here is “Swayambhu”. three feet tall, facing north with his trunk turned right. This is the only Ashtavinayaka shrine where the deity has his trunk to the right. idol is Gajmukh, however, beilly of the idol is not big. …

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bhimashankar temple

Bhimashankar Temple (Jyotirlingas)

Bhimashankar Temple is an ancient shrine, enshrining Bhimashankara one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva. Bhimashankar Temple is the sixth among the twelve or Dwadash Jyothirlingas. This temple is closely associated with the legend of Shiva. Bhimashankar Temple is located in the village of Bhorgiri 50 km north west of Khed, near Pune. Bhimashankar temple lies on the banks of the river …

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Chintamani Vinayak

Chintamani Vinayak Temple Theur (Ashtavinayak)

The Chintamani Vinayak Temple at Theur is the Second Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour at Theur. Moraya Gosavi is believed to have attained Siddhi (Knowledge) after performing Tapsya. The Peshwas, who worshipped Ganesha as their kuladaivat (“family deity”). In this shrine, Lord Ganesh as Chintamani brings peace of mind and drives away all the …

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Bhatghar Dam

Bhatghar Dam Pune (Lloyd Dam)

Bhatghar Dam built on Yelwandi river in Bhor takula of Pune District in Maharashtra, India. it is one of the highest river dams wall in India. It is a gravity dam. Bhatghar Dam is also known, Lloyd Dam. Beautiful gardens with water sports have been developed in the surrounding areas. The surrounding area is also worth watching. The main purpose of the …

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Kune Water Fall

Kune Water Fall old Mumbai-Pune Highway

Kune Water Fall, Located at old Mumbai-Pune express highway, Near Lonavala in Pune district of Maharashtra, India. In the very middle of Lonavla-Khandala valley, a milky gush of water can be sighted which has a total height of 659 feet.  It is the 14th highest waterfall in India. Kune Water Fall is one of the major beautiful tourist spots in Khandala. You can take photographed …

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Khadakwasla Dam

Khadakwasla Dam (Chowpati) Pune

Khadakwasla Dam is a dam situated 20 km from the City of Pune in Maharashtra, India. The dam is built across the Mutha River, near the Khadakwasla village. Hence the dam derives its name, Khadakwasla Dam. Khadakwasla is a village particularly famous for a big dam which serves as the main source of water supply for the city of Pune. The Khadakwasla Dam is among the most …

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Chaskaman Dam

Chaskaman Dam Pune District

Chaskaman Dam across the river Bhima near Rajgurunagar in Pune District, Maharashtra State, India. The chaskaman hydropower plant is a 3 MW power station located at Chaskaman Dam. This is the second greenfield Hydel Power Project developed by the Company. The main purpose of the dam is to provide hydroelectricity with some irrigation facilities in neighboring areas. The station also supplies captive power to M/s. INOX AIR PRODUCTS LTD., utilizing …

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Sinhagad Fort

Sinhagad Fort Pune ( The Lion’s Fort )

Sinhagad Fort ( The Lion’s Fort ) is one of the most famous attractions of near Pune situated in a distance of 30 km from the city of Pune city of Maharashtra State, India. Sinhagad fort has been situated above the surrounding landscape on Sahyadri hill, at a height of 700 meters. Fort height is 4300 feet above from sea level. Sinhagad fort originally …

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