Mandhardevi Kalubai temple काळूबाई मंदिर 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
The place Chaphal is on the Umbraj – Patan way. Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami has been established Shri Rama idol here. Shri Samarth Ramdas and Shri Ram Hanuman temples built at his own place. Among 11 Maruti’s 3 Maruti are placed here. Maruti temple at Majgaon is situated 1.5 km from Chaphal. The underground cave
The place is situated on the border of the two districts Satara and Solapur. This Shrine is considered extremely important in the Shiva-Linga. This Shambhu Mahadeo’s aware Shrine is situated on the top of Mahadev mountain ranges. Temple replete both Shiva-Parvati. The glory of this temple is spread across all over Maharashtra. How To Reach:
This fort is also known as Nandgiri Fort it is situated 13 kilometers away from Koregaon. The fort is built in the year 1200 AD by Shilahar king Bhoj II of Panhala. In 1673, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj won this fort.The Pratinidhi, administered it till his struggle with Bajirao, the second Peshwa (1720–1740). In 1791, Major
The temple of Kaleshwari Devi, Kusumbi is situated in mountain ranges of Sahyadri and it is located in Jaoli taluka of Satara district.there are three idols of kalubaai situated in temple. It is said that Mandhargad’s Kalubaai and Kusumbi’s Kalubaai are sisters. Main festival celebrated here are Navaratri and Jatra. The temple is built in
The Dholya Ganapati idol was sculpted by Duke Ganpatrao Bhikaji Raste in 1762 from massive grand stone at bank of river Krishna in Aali ghat Wai. The idol is 6 feet tall and 7 feet wide made up of whole stone. There are three arches on three sides of hall. The construction is made of stone.