The Trimbakeshwar Temple
The ancient temple is famous for being one of the
twelve Jyotirlingas in India and is a renowned Shaiva temple. Surrounded with
the picturesque landscapes of Brahmagiri Hills. The architectural temple was
constructed by the ruler Peshwa Nana Saheb. It was built in the 18th century and
it is mandatory to wear a sovala or a silk dhoti to visit the temple. The temple is
totally out-standing and has great historical and religious as it is mentioned in
many holy scriptures. The temple symbolizes three faces that is of Lord Brahma,
Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra.
The sacred region is one of the most cherished tourist destinations in
the city and is famous for being a rich pilgrimage site. The tourist place is filled
with serene views and is picturesque landscape which plays a great role in
Ramayana. Temple like the Kalaram Temple and the Sita Gufaa are some of the
musts to visit spots and the famous Kumbh Mela also takes place here. Having
the located on the banks of the sacred river Godavari, the importance of the city
especially among the Hindu worshippers is very high.
The Pandavleni Caves
The caves are also known as Pandu Caves or Nasik Caves
and it traces back to 3rd century BC. The Pandavleni caves are a collection of 24
caves and is truly and attractive spot with musical fountains, museums and
monasteries, many intricately carved shrines and much more to find her. There
are many local food stalls found here to so it serves perfectly as a picnic spot.
The caves were built for the Hinayana Buddhist monks they indeed have mind-
blowing architecture. You would have to climb around 200 steps to reach the
caves and it is a prominent Buddhist holy site.
This sacred site is a Hindu pilgrimage spot with a temple
dedicated to the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasin. As per the legends one of the
limbs of the right arm of Sati fell here making Saptashrungi a very holy place. It is
blessed with abundant nature’s beauty and is surrounded with greenery spread
mountain, dense forests and a peaceful atmosphere. There are around 500 steps
that you need to climb to reach the temple or you can go for the ropeway. You
can also taste the food that is served here. Truly if you love nature and the
picturesque landscapes which can perfectly fit your cameras then this place is
made for you.