Tuljapur Tourism

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Kpalange Palange5.0/5

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Goddess which blessed the maratha king chhatrapati shivaji maharaj with a sword known as bhavani Talwar to wipe off the evils and free the people from mughals harrasements.

Dr shrikant Kasawlekar2.1/5

33 reviews

It was a nice visit to Tuljabhavani

Around 40 kms from Solapur you reach Tuljapur to visit Tuljabhavani. To visit this place you can hire a cab or look for public transport. It takes around 2hrs to reach here. Always a hustling temple but when I visited this place in the evening it was empty. We could take mates darshan very freely and visit the surrounding with ease. A must visit place for religious travellers. You can combine Tuljapur and Akkalkot as there is a small road connecting both these places. Best time to visit is in winter or late monsoon or it gets too hot here.

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Tuljapur Overview

Tuljapur is a municipal council in the district of Osmanabad, in the state of Maharashtra. This city is also the administrative headquarters of Tuljapur Taluka, which is known for the ancient Tulja Bhavani Temple. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhavani, the family deity of the Bhosale clan of Maratha rulers.

The Tulja Bhavani Temple is situated on the Yamunacharya hills that are part of the Sahyadri Mountain Range. The temple is located at an average elevation of around 650 metres. Tourists can also visit other sightseeing spots like Naldurg Fort and the Dharashiv Caves from the main city.

This city is situated around 22 km away from the main city of Osmanabad. Furthermore, it is located around 45 km away from the city of Solapur and is also close to villages like Akkalkot and Pandharpur.

The nearby airports are located at Aurangabad and Pune, while the nearest railhead is situated at Solapur. Public buses are also operational on daily basis from various cities, such as Pune, Nagpur, Mumbai, Aurangabad and Gulbarga. This city is situated on National Highway 109, which connects it with the city of Mumbai.

Tuljapur is visited by tourists during festivals like Makar Sankranti, Gudi Padwa, Lalita Panchami, Shriram Sasthi and Navratri. Tuljapur is best visited between July and March, when the weather is pleasant and suitable for short temple visits and outdoor activities.