Mandhardevi Kalubai temple is near Wai (Satara District, Maharashtra, India). Located on a hill 4,650 feet above sea level, the temple, some 20 km from Satara, overlooks the picturesque Purandar fort. Devotees attribute miraculous properties to a grove around the shrine. Local lore has it that the temple is more than 400 years old and was built during Shivaji’s Maratha rule; no definite date […]
Satara, located in the state of Maharashtra in India, is known for its rich cultural heritage and history. The city has a plethora of temples and other religious places that attract devotees and tourists from all over the world. The temples in Satara are known for their unique architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance.
One of the most famous temples in Satara is the Kshetra Mahuli Samadhi Mandir, which is dedicated to the Hindu saint Shri Mahuli Swami. This temple is situated on a hilltop and provides a panoramic view of the surrounding areas. The temple is a must-visit for devotees of Shri Mahuli Swami and for anyone who wants to enjoy the stunning views from the hilltop.
Another popular temple in Satara is the Kshetra Khatav Ganpati Mandir, which is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple is believed to be one of the oldest in Satara and is known for its stunning architecture and intricate carvings. Devotees flock to this temple to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha, who is considered to be the remover of obstacles and the Lord of new beginnings.
The Shree Ram Mandir is another famous temple in Satara that is dedicated to Lord Rama. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings, and devotees flock here to seek the blessings of Lord Rama and to immerse themselves in his divine aura. The temple is also famous for its annual Ram Navami celebrations, which attract thousands of devotees from all over the country.
Siddhanath Temple, Satara
Mhaswad is well known for Lord Siddhanath. Siddhanath is believed to be incarnation of Lord Shiva. Siddhanath is patron god of adjacent regions and one of among several regional protective (Kshetrapal) gods of Maharashtra.Mhaswad is situated on the bank of Manganaga river. Historically, this place was ruled by Mane(माने), a Maratha Kshatriya 07 Kuli clan. The […]
Pateshwar is a village in Satara district of Maharashtra, known for rock-cut caves with shrines of Shiva. Pateshwar is located about 11.26 km South East of Satara on the Satara-Kolhapur state highway in Maharashtra. While there are two ways of approaching Pateshwar, the most popular route is through Degaon village by State Transport buses, autorickshaws apart from private cars. The other route is from […]