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Excellent hemadpanti architecture

Gondeshwar is located near sinnar which is 30 km from Nasik city.It is excellently built in... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
VINITGADRE
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Nashik, India
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An Eight Hundred Years Old Deserted Masterpiece

Gondeshwar in a Thirteenth Century edifice of master craftsmanship. Standing nearly deserted, the... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2018
sansuj51
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Mumbai, India
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

Gondeshwar is located near sinnar which is 30 km from Nasik city.It is excellently built in hemadpanti architecture style.beautifull carvings on the temple.It is a must visit if you are visiting Nasik.

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Reviewed 24 March 2018

Gondeshwar in a Thirteenth Century edifice of master craftsmanship. Standing nearly deserted, the mammoth structure generates tremendous awe as one approaches the Temple Complex situated in Sinnar, on the Road between Nashik and Shirdi, at a distance of about 30 KMs from the former. A...More

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Reviewed 24 January 2018

This place is near Sinnar.Around an Hour's drive from Nasik city. It is built over 800 years ago. The carving is beautiful. There are Ganpti & shankar idols in 5 different mandirs. There is a huge open space, it's clean and hyginic. You can make...More

Thank GPhadnis
Reviewed 22 January 2018

Sinnar is a small calm place in-between Shirdi and Nasik. We were not disappointed for having selected this temple visit. This place is about 40 km from Shirdi and 38 km from Nasik. This temple was built in Hemadpanti style of Architecture which resembles Triambakeshwar...More

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Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

If maintained well, this temple could be grand. It's a marvelous structure begging to be looked after, but sadly neglected. Half hearted attempts to hold the structure in place completely spoil its natural charm. Jai Bholenaath.

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Reviewed 17 August 2017

This is definitely a hidden gem of Maharashtra. This Heritage Temple is around 900 years old, believed to be built by Maharaja Govindraja. This is the complex of 5 temples - Shri Ganeshji, Shri Shiva, Mata Parvati, Shri Suryadeva and Shri Vishnuji. The Architect of...More

Thank Manee997
Reviewed 1 March 2017

One can get pleasantly surprised when visit Gondeshwar Temple. At par with many historical temples, Sinnar is lucky to have such great place

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Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

Good place to visit that too in such a heart of city...its certainly a lost heritage...gov should do something to preserve this place

Thank Pratik H
Reviewed 14 December 2016

The place is small but very nice, architecture is just beautiful and reminds Khajuraho temples. The temple inside is quite unusual with the turtle in the centre of the floor. There were some local students around but not much tourists, though the temple deserves more...More

Thank Irina F
Reviewed 10 December 2016

We often search the world for treasures ignoring the jewels in our backyard. Gondeshwar temple is one such jewel completely ignored by the people and tourism department. A 12th century shiva temple in sinnar town, which is one hour drive from Nasik on the Nasik-Shirdi...More

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