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Amruteshwar Temple

Bhandardara

14.5/5(3 Ratings)

Amruteshwar Temple Overview

Ranked 4 of 10 sightseeing in Bhandardara

Amruteshwar Temple is located at the start of the Ratanwadi village in the Igatpuri region. It is considered to be over 1,200 year old temple which features Lord Shiva as the main deity. This temple comes under Ahmednagar District and is surrounded by varied mountain ranges. Ratangad Fort is also located at a close distance from this old Lord Shiva Temple.

The Amruteshwar Temple has been constructed in Hemadpanthi architectural style with beautiful rock carvings on the main shrine. Travelling by road to this temple is very difficult due to rough roads on the hills. Tourists can avail boats from Arthur Lake to visit this temple, which is situated approximately 8 km away from this lake.
 

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Operating hours

Monday - Friday:
6:00 AM -7:30 PM
Saturday:
6:00 AM -7:30 PM
Sunday:
6:00 AM -7:30 PM
Public Holidays:
6:00 AM -7:30 PM
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Entry:
free
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Reviews and Ratings

Seema Kamat

Seema Kamat5.0/5

31 reviews

Opening source of river

It is said Pandavas visited this place and built Shiva Ling. It is opening source of a river. You will feel blessed to see this Shiv Ling if you Lord Shankars devotee.

Davin Ghosh

Davin Ghosh4.6/5

6 reviews

Really great and old temple

Worth the lovely and picturesque drive around the lake. Great architecture and almost 1000 years old. This is something one should never miss since it's not often you get to see such a well preserved and untouched structure.