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All reviews the rear entrance intricate carvings protected forest sanctum sanctorum few kilometers per vehicle lake surrounding architectural style peace of mind drove down few stairs must visit place arthur lake dedicated to lord shiva entry fee small eateries wildlife sanctuary
Recently we have visited Bhandardara for a weekend trip of two days and stayed at MTDC Resort.
Amruteshwar temple is about 25km from MTDC Resort and we drove down to the temple through the protected forest area (under Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctury) ......
The drive was...More
Its a small but very old temple. More than the temple, its the drive that makes this place a must visit if you are visiting Bhandardara. I have never seen any mountains which are adorned by so many waterfalls all along the way. The entire...More
The visit to the temple was a coincidence as it was not part of our itinerary. It was late in the night, but the beauty of the temple could still be felt. We were just exploring the area with the mesmerism of the fireflies.
An embodiment of the Hemadpanthi style of architecture, Amruteshwar Temple was built 1000 years ago. Made of black stones - the temple has a sanctum, a labyrinthine structure dominated by the sculptures of the god, and goddess carved out of stone, and a pond within...More