Tuljapur is a municipal council and one of the famous religious sites in Maharashtra. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Tuljapur Taluka. This place is known for its ancient Tuljabhavani Temple, dedicated to Goddess Tuljabhavani. Goddess Tuljabhavani is also the family deity of the Bhosale Clan, who belonged to the Maratha rulers.
This temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of India and has an idol of Goddess Tuljabhavani with eight arms. Next to this old temple, is the Sant Garibnath Mutt, where tourists can practice yoga.
The Dhakte Tuljapur is a small shrine on the outskirts of the Tuljapur town. This temple has a small idol of Goddess Tuljabhavani, which was discovered by a Muslim. The Gomukh Tirth, Vishnu Tirth, Kallola Tirth and Papanashi Tirth are considered sacred.
The Chintamani is a round stone structure surrounded by smaller shrines of Narasimha, Yamai Devi, Matangi and Khandoba. The Bharati Buwa's Mutt is also an important sightseeing in Tuljapur, which was established by Saint Bharati Buwa. The Ghat Shila Temple is one of the unique rock temples in the country, which is dedicated to Lord Rama.