HISTORICAL & RELIGIOUS PLACES
Visit these below listed historical places to make your journey memorable.
- Pratapgad Fort – a centuries-old fort perched on top of a mountain spur
- Panch Ganga Temple – a Hindu temple, religious centre and meeting point for 5 rivers - Krishna, Savitri, Koyna, Veena, and Gayatri. It was built by the ruler Raja Singha Deo, King of the Yadavs of Devagiri, in the 13th century
- Mahabaleshwar Temple – Built in the 16th century, this temple is situated 6 kilometers away from the Mahabaleshwar and is also known popularly as “the Mahabali”. The Temple is dedicated to the worship of the Hindu God Shiva, who most people in this town believe in and worship
- Bhushan Mahamuni – This temple is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva; it is the base of a Swayambhu (meaning self-originated) Shiva Linga – a symbol of the lord. It is also the merging point of the five major water reservoirs in the region, namely - Krishna, Koyna, Savitri, Venna and Gayatri
- Shankar Temple – known for its famous Shiva Linga idol, a symbol of Lord Shiva; the temple is also popularly known as the Trigunatmaka - meaning trio of the deities Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, whose images are carved and embodied in the Shiva Linga
- Krishnabai Temple - One of the oldest temples in Mahabaleshwar dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Krishna. The temple is nestled on a hilltop and offers amazing views of Krishna Valley from the town. Also, is believed to be the origin of river Krishna, one of the largest rivers in southern India