Saturday, July 12, 2008

Kondeshwar Temple ( Badlapur )



Kondeshwar Temple


Kondeshwar temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is an ancient elephant temple located in the middle of a dense forest. This temple represents ancient Hemadpanthi style of architecture and is constructed using black stones. The main sanctum sanctorum is surrounded by several shrines. Mahashivratri is one of the main festivals celebrated in this temple. As the temple is located on a rocky terrain, it is advisable not to visit the shrine during the monsoon season. Shri Khateshwar Maharaj Samadhi, a pond and a waterfall are located in the vicinity of this temple.

How To go ?
Reach badlapur station (E)  hire auto.

When to go?
Monsoon, it’s the best time of the year.
Where to stay?
There is a Bhoj Resort near to konndeshwar Temple .



Revisited Kondeshwar Temple on 5 th july 2010  ( New Pics)
















                                           


                                                


                                                


                                                




            


                                            


                                            

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7 comments:

TJ said...

HI!
We are from JAM (Just Another Magazine) and we're organizing a trip to Kondeshwar. We came across your pictures and would like to use them in our magazine. Do revert to us about the same. Thank you.

Regards,

Tess
(tessjoss@gmail.com)

Rajesh Shelar said...

Great pics man

Harshad said...

Hey man nice pics. Can you guid me how to reach this place from badlapur?

Harshal said...

Hire Auto (From Badlapur East) that
Will take you directly kondeshwar temple .

deven said...

when it looks good? i mean in which season! And How Long temple from Badlapur Station.....Pls, Revert Me As soon As.....

Harshal said...

During rainy season (july to sept) ....
by auto it take 40 min....

Harshal said...

you can visit dhangar fall just before kondeshwar..

http://trecksphotos.blogspot.com/2011/08/dhangar-fall-july-31-2011-near.html

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