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Highly Recommendable: Aundha Nagnath Temple (Marathi औंढा नागनाथ मंदिर) is an ancient Shiva temple, 8th Jyotirlinga, located at Aundha Nagnath in Hingoli district of Maharashtra, India.
Aundha Nagnath (Nageshwaram) is supposed to be the eighth of the twelve jyotirlingas in India, an important place of...More
We travelled from Hyderabad.Reached Parbhani in the morning by train.Regular buses are available from Parbhani.Bus fare is RS.70 per head.Roads are really in a very bad condition.Reached temple in afternoon.Pandits approach us at the entrance and ask us for Abishek.We got it done for RS...More
My family decided a short trip to Parli Vaijnath Temple and Aundha Nagnath Temple in the Sharavan month end.
We boarded sidheshwar express from kalyan station on 1/9/2018 and reached at kuruduwadi station on 2/9/2018.
From Kuruduwadi station we decided to travel by road. Distance...More
This is one of the 12 jyotirlings in India. I got down at Parbhani station to go to the temple. It is one and a half hour journey from the railway station. You can travel via ST bus or jeeps that charge around Rs 50...More
This is a very good Jyotirlinga temple where the temple structure is ancient and has quite a few carvings on it. The Shivalinga is located below floor level, so one has to get down 2-3 steps to reach it. There is only sitting room below...More
One of the 12 jyothirlingas. There is a Special Darshan queue to use if the crowd is more. However this queue merges with the general queue quite early. There is a very beautiful Vishnu statue enroute to the Shivaling in the basement. The place of...More
One of the 12 Jyotirlinga Temple. The temple is about 50 Kms from the main rail head Parbhani. Very age old and beautiful temple. The complex remains crowded. it is suggested that the darshan may be taken in the day time. Must visit.
This Linga is below the temple .You have to get down two steps and you find the Linga there ,The space is crammed if there are too many people then is could be quite difficult
There are Policewoman regulating the entry of people inside