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Heritage Shiv Mandir in Konkan

This place and the temple is very old. The Pujari at the temple told us that it was built by... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2018
Satish J
Thane, India
Beautiful heritage temple

Karneshwar Temple is located in a small village of Kasba, just off the Mumbai-Goa highway(NH66... read more

Reviewed November 21, 2017
Navi Mumbai, India
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Reviewed May 13, 2018

This place and the temple is very old. The Pujari at the temple told us that it was built by Pandavas....! A structure made of black stones, it gives you a feel of medieval Indian architecture. If one goes to visit this temple in summer...More

Thank Satish J
Reviewed November 21, 2017

Karneshwar Temple is located in a small village of Kasba, just off the Mumbai-Goa highway(NH66). This place is not very popular among the tourists, but one should definitely visit this temple atleast once if you are traveling between Mumbai & Ratnagiri. The temple is more...More

3  Thank chaitanya0926
Reviewed June 30, 2017

Gem in the middle of nowhere. Very old temple built around 1600 years ago. Various statues and carvings are there on the walls of Karneshwar temple.This Shiva temple is almost 2KM from highway. Use google map and you will find it easy to locate. Location...More

Thank AmulAwasthy
Reviewed June 4, 2017 via mobile

Feels very sad to see such a architectural master piece in ruins....Its not much familiar I guess...... no sign board n all to reach location but managed by the friendly locals who guided us there.They priest in temple was really good...who helped us to understand...More

1  Thank ScorpionPrince16
Reviewed May 22, 2017 via mobile

This temple is a masterpiece and displays how innovative our ancestors were. The carvings are magnificent. The temple priest was kind enough to show us around the entire temple and explain the carvings. The access road is a bit narrow so drive carefully.

1  Thank Sujit_Shelar
Reviewed October 11, 2016

We were told about this temple by a local in Ratnagiri and he recommended that we visit it as it was on the way to Mumbai. There is a small village called Kasba just before Sangameshwar. You have to drive for about 1.5 km into...More

1  Thank finalmoksha
Reviewed August 22, 2016

The temple is about 1600 years old according to one source on the web. Constructed by a branch of Chalukya kings. There are good carvings on the temple. The place is well maintained. The "pujari" of the temple may try to get some money from...More

Thank WhiteSpider
Reviewed August 19, 2016

This Shiva temple, a bit difficult to find and you might have to ask few people to get there, was built by Pandavas and dedicated to their elder brother Karna. Hence the name Karneshwar. This is very very old temple but the state of it...More

2  Thank Anirban_Nandi
Reviewed June 17, 2016

Karneshwar, a Shiva temple is situated in Sangmeshwar town. We drove down from Devrukh to visit the temple. The temple is on a small piece of land but is magnificient to look at. Thankfully they have let it remain in its original state and not...More

1  Thank Jktra
Reviewed November 17, 2015

This is an ancient temple of Shiva which is believed to be built by the Pandavas . The Architecture of the temple is really good and is appreciable . Spend some time and enjoy . The temple is worth visiting .

2  Thank vsthakar
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