a kund or pond in front of the baneshwar temple complex

Bhor, Maharashtra, India

Baneshwar Temple

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Intricate Sculptures

Baneshwar Temple in Bhor, Maharashtra, is a revered Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is known for its unique architecture and religious significance.

Lord Shiva is the presiding deity, and the temple is a place of worship and devotion for residents of Bhor and nearby areas.

golden yellow colored baneshwar temple built in 1700s

The temple is notable for its distinct architectural style, characterized by intricately carved stone pillars and an ornate shikara (tower) adorned with intricate sculptures.

The temple's architecture reflects the craftsmanship of the bygone era and showcases the artistic skills of the artisans of that time.

Introspection and Reverence

Baneshwar Temple provides a serene and tranquil setting for devotees and visitors seeking a spiritual retreat. The peaceful ambiance, coupled with the temple's architectural beauty, makes it a place for introspection and reverence. Surrounding the temple, you'll find greenery and a sense of calm that adds to the spiritual experience.

a kund or pond in front of the baneshwar temple complex

The best time to visit Baneshwar Temple is during the winter months, from October to March. During this period, the weather is pleasant, with daytime temperatures ranging from 15°C to 30°C (59°F to 86°F), making it ideal for exploring the temple and its surroundings. Summers can be hot, with temperatures exceeding 35°C (95°F), while the monsoon season brings heavy rainfall, which may affect travel plans.

Getting There

location_cityState & Capital - Mumbai, Maharashtra

flightPune International Airport - 50 Kilometers

directions_carPune - 36 Kilometers via NH 48

trainPune Railway Station - 40 Kilometers

front porch of the baneshwar temple

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