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One of the Heritage Temple of Old times

This is definitely a hidden gem of Maharashtra. This Heritage Temple is around 900 years old... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2017
Manee997
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
Mesmerizing place

One can get pleasantly surprised when visit Gondeshwar Temple. At par with many historical temples... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
NitinShuklaIndia
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Nashik, India
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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

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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

Thank NitinShuklaIndia
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 wichyk
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

Thank Jktra
Reviewed 1 September 2016

Gondeshvar or Sri Govindeshvar temple stands to the north east of Sinnar town. The place is 26 Km from Nashik and 190 km from Mumbai. According to Cunningham’s report, the earliest historical mention of Sinnar appears to be as Sindiner in a copperplate grant of...More

2  Thank 123kb2015
Reviewed 13 February 2016 via mobile

I was visit with our Cement Division Team to much enjoy. Please visit if you Darshan Sirdi, this on the way of sirdi

Thank Abdullah M
Reviewed 3 January 2016 via mobile

The temple is beautiful but completely neglected as one can see cobwebs everywhere. Some restoration done probably locally as one can find pillar or brackets right in the Centre of doorway or window. It is off bypass road but just 5 min drive. Worth a...More

1  Thank Neha S
Reviewed 1 September 2015

It is a hidden temple situated in Sinnar next to Sinnar court and very near to Nashik Shirdi highway. It is near to Nashik or Shirdi. Most of the people doesn't know about the temple. Nice and big temple with great architecture.

Thank pavankumarraju
Reviewed 22 July 2015

My quest to visit & explore d lesser known ancient temples of India took us to Sinnar 35 kms from Nasik on Nasik Pune highway. This is d Gondeshwar Mahadev temple complex built in the later part of 11th century by the Yadav dynasty that...More

5  Thank KabraRamesh
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