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Markanda Mahadev Temple Complex is situated at the River banks of Wainganga River near Chamorshi... read more

Reviewed December 6, 2017
Dhule, India
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Glorious heritage, poorly maintained

These are the ruins of a Shiva temple built 1200 years ago. Of the 24 temples, ruins of only 18... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2017
Sevagram, India
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Reviewed December 6, 2017 via mobile

Markanda Mahadev Temple Complex is situated at the River banks of Wainganga River near Chamorshi town in Gdchiroli District of Maharashtra. This 8th Century CE (1200 years old) Temple Complex is called as Mini Khajuraho. Such is the beauty of this temple complex. The village...More

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Reviewed October 2, 2017

These are the ruins of a Shiva temple built 1200 years ago. Of the 24 temples, ruins of only 18 remain. When I visited only around 6 temples were open while the rest were cordoned off by the Archeological Society of India for renovations. The...More

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Reviewed January 16, 2017

Located at Chamorshi town, about 216 kilometers southeast of Nagpur, the village Markandi is believed to have acquired the name probably after the main temple of Shiva at the site, known as Markanda Deva or Markandi. The group of temples here is situated on the...More

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Reviewed December 28, 2016

The Markanda is located at Chamorshi Tahsil some 200 kms away from Nagpur, Maharashtra. Dedicated to lord Shiva very old temples

1  Thank vinitasaraf2015
Reviewed January 22, 2016

Its a nice picnic spot I must say and when you go there you feel like you have come to an old time village

1  Thank debashreedas
Reviewed January 3, 2016

Markanda is a popular temple of Lord Shiva. It is very old and has a very beautiful views. If you happen to be in Gadchiroli or nearby areas, do visit the temple.

Thank Dipanshu9W
Reviewed November 1, 2015

you feel a kind of calm at this place.. loved the view of this place and place is also nice for picnics

Thank faltoo
Reviewed October 27, 2015

Just loved the view from the outside and very nice from the inside as well. This is a temple which is very old and a nice place for picnics.

Thank tanwanisunil
Reviewed October 21, 2015

This place situated in the Gadchiroli district. First you go to chamoshi and there is bypass road to reach there. This is one of the historical place where the lord Shiva,Bramha,Vishnu, Mahes monument. this temple situated bank of river there is extraordinary art

1  Thank RUDALI
Reviewed October 2, 2015

Markanda Temple is in Chamorshi Tahsil situated on the bank of the Wainganga river south of Gadchiroli, Maharashtra. Markanda is supposed to derive its name from the sage Markandeya who lived and worshipped Shiva here. Earlier,there were 24 temples. At present, there are only 18...More

2  Thank manjrekar63
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