8 Famous Temples in Pune That Are Artistic, Spectacular and Divine

Pune has always been known as a city in which a tourist can explore a lot of new things. It caters to a wide variety of culture, places and amazing views from everywhere you visit. You can find a lot of beautiful temples and us being in the heart of the city its favorable for people to travel.


 

Perfect place for a trip

 

It has everything which you will need for your perfect family vacation with a pool for your kids to bars for the adults along with high chairs for tea time. There’s a suite available for your every requirement and a special bridal suite is available for a wedding. All kinds of views are available from the suites ranging from city to the pool. Airport transfer is available so you don't face any problem in traveling, and a free breakfast is available on all rooms deals.

 

Temples in Pune for your cultural side

1. Bhimashankar Temple

 

This temple is said to commemorate Lord Shiva's victory over the wicked Bhima, and he appears here in the shape of the Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga. Additionally, it is said that the Bhimarathi River, which joins the Krishna River in Raichur, was created by the perspiration that streamed from Lord Shiva's body. Additionally, Kamalaja, a manifestation of Parvati, has a shrine. Timings are  4:30 am to 9:30 pm

 

2. Parvati Hill Temple

 

It is one of the most searched places in Pune and is located on a hillside, in part because of the vista it provides. It was constructed during the Peshwa dynasty's control and is also among the oldest buildings. According to mythology, Peshwa bought the hill from Patil to build a temple for Shiva but he let go when a consort at the temple healed Peshwa's mother's wounds. The hill has 103 steps leading to the top of the hill where the temple is located.8:00 am to 6:00 pm are the timings

 

3. Chaturshringi Temple

Legend has it that there once was a devoted follower of Goddess Saptshrungi Devi who frequented her temples all over, but one day he got too old and was unable to go. A statue of the goddess Saptshrungi Devi was later discovered close to the mountain she had invited him to visit after she had once appeared to him in a dream and said, "If you cannot come to me, I will come." Saptadhrungi, who takes the shape of Goddess Chatushringi, is the temple's presiding deity.  6:00 am to 9:00 pm are the timings.

 

4. Bhuleshwar Temple

 It is surrounded by thick woodlands and was built back in the 13th century, during the time of the Pandavas. According to legend, it was once a fort by the name of Mangalgadh, and Mata Parvati performed here for Lord Shiva before he brought her up Mount Kailash to wed her. 4:00 am to 9:00 pm are the timings.

 

5. Dagsadusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple

 

The Dagsduseth Halwai Ganpati temple was built by the wealthy merchant and sweetmeat vendor Halwai Dagadusheth.Lord Ganesha is the primary god of this temple, and the statue of him there is 7.5 feet tall and 4 feet wide. The temple, which maintains a trust that aids those in need, is claimed to be 100 years old.6:00 am to 10:30 pm are the timings.

 

6. Neelkantheswar temple

The Neelkantheswar Temple, which is 900 meters above sea level and very well-liked by tourists, is located on a mound. Lord Shiva is the primary god, and due to the location's ability to witness sunsets, people are quickly enamored with the building's architectural style.5:00 am to 12:00 pm, 04:00 to 9:00 pm are the timings.

 

7. Pataleshwar Cave Temple

 

The 8th century Rashtrakuta period is when the rock-hewn Pataleshwar cave temple, which is located, is claimed to have been constructed. Lord Shiva is the primary deity and is worshipped as a Shiva Lingam, with a statue of a cow named Nandi at the entryway. The temple, which is thought to be 1300 years old, was designated a protected monument following an archaeological study by the Indian government.6:30 am to 8:30 pm are the timings.

 

8. Moreshwar Ganpati Temple

Legend has it that when Lord Ganesha arrived to destroy Sindhu, who was creating devastation on all three planets and abusing the power of the elixir that granted him endless life, he rode a peacock. To bring about harmony in the area, Lord Ganesha sliced his body and shattered the elixir bowl he had ingested. Daily worship of the idol takes place at 7 am, 12 pm, and 8 pm. 6:00 am to 10:30 pm are the timings.

 

Come and explore the rich culture and heritage with us in the heartland of Pune!!!!

 

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