Padmatirtha Shiva Temple is an important tirtha which is believed to have been created by Lord Vishnu at Washim town. Situated in the northern quarters of the town, the Teertha is also addressed as Shiva temple. There are two kunds at this site, one facing the north and another to the south.
The beautiful Shiva temple was constructed by Shri Rama Narayana Toshnival in the center of the kund used formerly by those who entered the tirtha for swimming as their resting place it is a cement concrete construction. An interesting feature of this temple is that the color of the shalunka changes 3 times in a day ie first in the dawn, then noon and later in the dusk.
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|1. Padmatirth Shiva Temple is Situated in the northern quarters of the town Washim, Maharashtra state, India.||Washim||Nagpur||Click here|