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Excursions

Shree Kshetra Mahur (126 km):
An important sacred place, Mahur is a small village in Nanded district and is considered to be the birthplace of Shree Dattatraya and the abode of Goddess Renuka - mother of Shree Dattatraya. The place is home to a number of old shrines including the Shree Datta Mandir, Dev Deveshwari Temple, Anusuya Mandir and Sarvateerth. The remains of the Ramgad Fort are an added attraction of the place.

Sahastrakund (79 km):
A trip to the Sahastrakund fall, surrounded by opulent beauty, is an unforgettable experience.

Kinwat Wildlife Reserve (130 km):
Located in the Kinwat forest area of the Yavatmal and Nanded forest division, this wildlife destination occupies an area of 138 sq. km. and is the natural habitat of tiger, panther, sloth bear, blue bull, sambar, chinkara, barking deer, chital and wild boar.

Parali Vaijnath (120 km):
Also known as Parali Vaidyanath, this is one of the Jyotirlingas in India.An annual fair that lasts for 15 days is held here on Mahashivratri day

Aundha Nagnath (74 km):

One of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, it is considered to be the first or “Adhya” linga supposedly installed by the Pandvas and is an important pilgrim centre for devotees of Lord Shiva.

Apart from the religious significance of the place, the temple of ‘Nagnath’ built in the Hemadpanti style of architecture, is worth seeing for its exquisite carvings.

Ambejogai (138 km):

The place is famous for being the birthplace of the famous Marathi saint poets Mukundraj Maharaj and Dasopant. Attractions of Ambejogai include the sacred samadhi of Shri Mukundraj Maharaj and Dasopant. The place is famous for Yogeshwari Mandir, Amleshwar Temple, Kholeshwar Temple, Nagzari Tirth, Shri Ganesh Mandir, Narsinh Tirth, Jain caves and the Sakaleshwar Mandir.


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