Places

Nearby places to visit:

1)Datta Mandir – Bhambavde – This temple is very old temple of Datta

Distance – 2 km

2)Devarjai Dam – Bhongwali 

Distance – 3 km

3)Balaji Temple of Ketkawle, is copy of the real Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located on Pune-Bangalore highway.

Distance – 19 km 

4)Baneshwar temple Jungle temple from the mid-1700s dedicated to Shiva, with a storied antique bell, ponds & statues.

Baneshwar is a temple of Shiva located in the village of Nasarapur about southwest of Pune. It is a pleasant and calm place amidst a jungle. It was recently discovered and hence declared as a small bird sanctuary hosting a decent amount of rare birds with many crowned hornbills seen.

Distance – 19 km

5)Veer Mhaskoba is Kaal bhairava an Avatar of the Hindu deity Shiva. The clan deity of many Hindus, the worship of Kaala Bhairava as Veer Mhaskoba was popularized by the Dhangar caste. He is also worshipped by tribal and pastoral people at Jawali, Mhaswad, Borban and Sonari.

Distance – 15 km

6)Veer Dam – The Veer Dam is one of the important dams in Maharashtra, India. It is a rubble-concrete dam constructed on Nira River. It is located in near Shirwal, Satara district.

The water is mainly used for irrigation and farming.

Distance – 16 km

7)Savitribai Phule – Birth Place Naigaon- (3 January 1831 – 10 March 1897) was an Indian social reformer, educationalist, and poet from Maharashtra.

She is regarded as the first female teacher of India. Along with her husband, Jyotirao Phule, she played an important role in improving women’s rights in India during British rule. Phule and her husband founded the first girl’s school in Pune, which was run by Indians at Bhide wada in 1848. She worked to abolish the discrimination and unfair treatment of people based on caste and gender. She is regarded as an important figure of the social reform movement in Maharashtra.

Distance – 16 km

8)Bhor Rajwada (Palace) – Bhor Rajwada (Marathi: भोर राजवाडा) (also known as Bhor Palace) is a historical palace and a royal residence at Bhor in the Maharashtra state of India. It was the official residence and the seat of the Rajas of the Princely State of Bhor.

The Bhor Rajwada palace is a synergy of Indian Vernacular and European Renaissance Architectural style and was built by Chimnajirao (ninth ruler of Bhor) at a cost of INR 2 lakh in 1869

Distance – 20 km

9)Bhatghar Dam, is a gravity dam on Yelwanti river near Bhor, Pune district in State of Maharashtra in India. One of the oldest dams in Maharashtra constructed by British.

Distance – 22 km

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