Satpuda Manudevi Temple, Jalgaon
Satpuda Manudevi Temple, Jalgaon

Manudevi Temple is located near Adgaon village in Yawal Taluka in the scenic natural surroundings of the Satpura Range. Manudevi is the kuldevi of 70% of the people in the Jalgaon district.

The front of the temple features a waterfall and is surrounded by hills on three sides and makes a popular picnic spot. School children and college students are frequent visitors.

The temple also features a man made lake nearby.


Satpuda Manudevi temple was discovered in 1252 AD/BC by Shri K Pandu Jeevan, a member of the Ingle family. From the excavations, it is believed that this is an ancient temple which reflects the culture and tradition of earlier times. The huge massive trees greet the devotees at the temple entrance.

Legend / Local stories

Photo Gallery

How to Reach:

By Road: Satpuda Manudevi temple is accessible via road. It is located at the exit of the Yaval Chopda State Highway. The temple is around 9 km away from Adgaon-Kasarkheda.

By Air: The closest airport is located at Jalgaon.

By Train: Jalgaon and Indore are the closest railway heads.


 Ashok Nagar, Old MIDC, Jalgaon, Maharashtra 425003

Contact Details

Browse Temples in India