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Places of interest in & around Dhule

BAPS Swaminarayan Temple 

Discover the spiritual and architectural wonder of BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Dhule. This temple is a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, boasting intricate stone carvings, stunning domes, and serene interiors. Whether you're a devotee or a curious traveler, the temple offers a tranquil oasis.

Distance from Hotel:15 Minutes; 4.7 KM

Swaminaray Temple. Things to Do in Dhule
Ekvira Devi Temple Dhule. Navratri

Ekvira Devi Temple

Devi Ekvira temple is a well-known temple, Dedicated to Goddess Ekvira, situated at the banks of Panzara River. Ekvira devi is one of Famous Kuladevata of Maharashtra. It is very calm and beautiful place. Here every year in Chaitra and Ashwin month of Marathi Calender a Yatra or Jatra is held. A big Fair is held during occasion of Navratri

Distance from Hotel: 8 minutes, 2.6 Km

Shiv Tirth

Shiv Tirth is a captivating destination in Dhule. This sacred site pays homage to the revered Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosale Maharaj. Its central attraction is the iconic statue of Maharaj on horseback, drawing visitors from near and far.

Adding to its spiritual significance, Shiv Tith houses two small temples dedicated to Kulswamini Tulja Bhavani Mataji and Rajmata Jijamata Ausaheb. It's the ideal spot for a memorable family outing, with a family-friendly atmosphere.

Distance from Hotel: 5 Minutes, 1.9 KM

Shiv Tirth Dhule. Hotels in dhule near shiv tirth
Laling Fort Dhule. Hotels near laling fort

Trek to Laling Fort

Discover an ancient hilltop fort steeped in history. This site, believed to have been built during the reign of Malik Raja Faruqi, offers a glimpse into the past. It played a pivotal role in the events of 1437 when Nasir Khan and Miran Adil Khan were besieged here, awaiting relief from Gujarat.

The fort is divided into two main sections: the Citadel and Summit. Along the way, you'll encounter rock-cut caves that can be used for shelter. Marvel at the sculpted tiger near the entrance.

Distance from Hotel: 17 Minutes, 9.1 KM

Panjareshwar Mahadev 

A 22 ft tall of Lord Shiva overlooking the Panzara river is famous attraction at Dhule. Enjoy a walk along the riverside at evening or night and seek blessings from Lord Shiva.

Distance from Hotel: 6 Minutes, 2.4 KM

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Balsana Tirth

The temple of Sri Vimalnath Bhagwan is a sacred temple for Jain community.

Even today the artistic work in the specimen found in the ancient temples seen everywhere reminds one of the antiquity of this place.

This idol of Prabhu Sri Vimalnath was very beautiful and impressive. From the sculpture work of the idol it is evident that this idol is at least 1500 years old and hence a temple would have existed at that time

Distance from Hotel: 94 Minutes, 54 KM

Mangalgrah Mandir

Shri Mangal Dev Temple of Amalner is one of the most ancient, most rare and most ‘live’ (a temple where people experience fulfillment of wishes and desires) of temples in entire India.

It is public knowledge that temples of Shri Mangal Dev are very rare. The post 1999 renovation has brought about a miraculously pleasant transformation in the temple and its surroundings. In the last 5 to 7 years the pace of development of the place and facilities has increased manifold. Many visitors from across India visit here to seek blessings at this rare temple.

Distance from Hotel: 55 Minutes;39.7 KM


Sarangkheda Chetak Festival

At Chetak Mahotsav, Sarangkheda you will find one of the most magnificent animals known to mankind. An old rural horse fair, now transformed into a month-long festival, the festival is held in the picturesque countryside of northern Maharashtra on the banks of the Tapi River. A 300-year-old heritage, it recreates a vibrant legacy for those who appreciate the world-class equestrian spectacle. Held on the banks of the Tapi river in Sarangkheda village of Nandurbar district, the festival features more than 2500 horses.


Horse Dance Show, Horse Race, Horse Display & Breeding Information, Horse Photo Gallery, Horse Show Competition, Horse Baggi Ride.

Season: November to January

Distance from Hotel: 95 Minutes; 80 KM

Ajanta Ellora Caves

Ellora Caves,  a series of 34 magnificent rock-cut temples in northwest-central Maharashtra state, western India. They are located near the village of Ellora, 30 km northwest of Aurangabad and 80 km southwest of the Ajanta Caves. Spread over a distance of 2 km, the temples were cut from basaltic cliffs and have elaborate facades and interior walls. The Ellora complex was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983. The most remarkable of the cave temples is Kailasa, named for the mountain in the Kailas Range of the Himalayas where the Hindu god Shiva resides. The entire temple is carved out of a single rock.

Distance from Hotel to Ajanta: 160 minutes; 132 KM

Distance from Hotel To Ellora:180 minutes; 119 KM 

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