Posted by : Sandeep March 7, 2016


Aundha Nagnath

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Among the twelve Jyotirlinga of India it is situated in Hingoli district in the Maharashtra state. It is also belived and said that the temple of Lord shiva have been built by Yudhishthira, eldest of the  Pandavas during thier 14 years of exile.  The temple is built in Hemandpanthi style of architecture. 


How to reach:-  


Nearest railway station:- Chondi, 21 km away.


Nearest Airport:- Nanded 41 KM away. 



By Road :- Well connected to other cities of the state.



Bhimashankar


Located in small villiage called 'Bhojgiri' which is approx. 50 km northwest of Khed, near Pune district in Maharashtra state is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga in India. Built in the Hemadpanthi style in the mid 18th century The temple is always crowded with devotees, especially during the Mahashivratri festival.

How to reach:


Nearest Railway station:- Pune railway station is 111 Kms away. 


Nearest Airport :- Pune Airport 127kms.



By Road:- Well connected to Mumbai and Junnar through other cities of the state.


Parli Vaijnath


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Situated on a hill that faces towards the east in Parali in Beed district of Maharashtra state. Though the exact date of construction is not known but it believed that the temple is belongs to 12th or 13th century.  On  Gudi Padawa, Vijaya Dashami, Tripuri Pournima and Mahashivaratri big celebrations take place.


How to reach: 


Nearest railway station:- Parali 2 km away from the temple. 


Nearest Airport :- Aurangabad 218 km away.


By Road:- Parli is well connected toLatur,Parbhani,Nanded, Aurangabad,Hyderabad and Pune.

 

Trimbakeshwar:- 

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Trimbakeshwar one of the 12 Jyotirlinga located 28 km from the Nashik city and near Brahmagiri mountain where the holy river Godavari originates. The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is its three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra.  It is said that Nanasaheb Peshwa had built this temple.


How to reach:-  


Nearest railway station:- Nasik road railwaystation 24 km away.


Nearest Airport:- Mumbai 200 km away .



By Road:- Well connected with Mumbai, Nashik city, and Aurangabad.



Grishneshwar:-

        (image courtesy:ddasedEn)

Known as the 12th Jyotirlinga shrines situated in a Verul a small village which is 20 km away from Daulatabad and 30 km away from Aurangabad city.
Ahilyabai Holkar constructed current existing temple. The temple is beautifully structured and has Garbhagriha, beautiful statutes carved pillars


How to reach:- 


Nearest Airport:- Aurangabad airport is 29 km  away.
 

Nearest Railway station:- Aurangabad railway station is 29 km  away.


By Road:- Well connected by road to Aurangabad, Mumbai, Pune and Jalna.


All the roads to reach these places are comfortable to travel and hiring a chauffeur driven car rental is ideal if you prefer to make your way around these places without the hassle. 

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