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Wadwal Nagnath Bet, Latur
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Wadwal Nagnath Bet is a famous hill in the region which is known for the rare species of ayurvedic bushes and plants. The Wadwal Nagnath Bet is located at an elevation ranging between 600 and 700 feet above the ground level. The site can be reached easily as it is situated 3... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Ausa, Latur
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Ausa is a taluka headquarter which is around 20 km from Latur city. This town houses an ancient fort which is presently in ruins. Constructed by Mallinath Maharaj, tourists can also visit the temple of Virnath Maharaj which is around 300 years old. Read More »
  • Type: Market
Ganj Golai, Latur
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Ganj Golai is situated within the heart of the Latur city and is a two storey structure, which was built in 1917. The structure was planned by Shri Faiyajuddin and it consists of a temple of Goddess Jagdamba. Ganj Golai is connected with 16 roads with different markets that... Read More »
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Kharosa Caves, Latur
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The Kharosa Caves are situated in a small village named Kharosa. These caves were constructed during the Gupta period in the 6th century and are known for the sculptures of Shiv-Parvati, Ravana, Narasimha and Kartikeya. There are 12 caves with one having an image of Jain... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Surat Shawali Darga, Latur
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Surat Shawali Darga is located in Patel Chowk Ram Galli, which is a part of Latur city. This darga was constructed during 1939 AD in memory of a Muslim saint Saif Ulla Shah Sardari. An annual fair is conducted here during the months of June or July, which is held for over five... Read More »