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Reviewed January 27, 2016

One of the best and pleasant place in our trip. Temple is located in a peaceful place and one can spend peaceful time here.

Date of experience: January 2016
Thank KandyG8
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Reviewed November 20, 2015

This temple is dedicated to Lord Bhairavji who is a reincarnation of Lord Shivji. It is simple and calm in appearance and good for visiting for devotees of Lord Shiva.

Date of experience: September 2015
Thank Siddharth M
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Reviewed January 12, 2015

I am not sure of the photo that is put up here is true or no. Yes it is a temple, but yesterday when i visited Lonavala, i had this temple in my list of visits. When i reached there, it was nothing the same as it shows up in this picture. The temple i reached is also the Bhairavnath Temple, Lord bhairavnath is the re-incarnation of lord Shiva, as per the hindu mythology.

The way to go here is you can cross the lonavala station, pass coopers and then you can use gps to reach the spot. The spot is serene and not too much of public. The most people visiting the temple are the locals who have their daily routine of this Temple.

The temple door was closed, so asked a near by Bhairavnath general store, when would it open. He said, its open you can open the door and go inside.

We go inside and the temple is empty with peace which can be felt there. There was The bhairavnath murti there inside praying to which gave peace to my mind.

Nothing great to see inside, but as i said its a serene place. It will surely give you peace of mind.

Must visit once if you are a follower of God.

Date of experience: January 2015
11  Thank fardee14
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