Omkareshwar Mandir

Omkareshwar

Location: 233, Near Balgandharv Bridge, Shaniwar Peth, Chandrashekhar Govind Aapte Road, Pune, Maharashtra 411030., Pune, Maharashtra

 

Around 250 to 5000 *

visit on a day/weekend

Omkareshwar temple is situated in Shaniwar Peth on the banks of river Mutha. It is one of the biggest and oldest temples in the city.Omkareshwar Mandir, temple of Lord Shiva dedicated to his wife Goddess Parvati. Omkareshwar Mandir is a 18th century temple buiilt by Chimaji appa, brother of Peshwa Bajirao. .. Read More

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Description: Krsnaji Panta Citrava built this temple in 17th century, during the times of Sadashivrao Bhau.This i s one of the oldest and biggest temples of Lord Shiva in Pune. The temple is also famous as a symbol of survival as it had successfully survived the huge .. Read More

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Working Hours: 06:00am to 08:30pm

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Upcoming Events

Shravani Somvar

Date : 13-08-2018 (06:00 am to 09:30 pm)

The temple is open for the whole day and religious festivals like the Mahashivaratra and Shravani Somvar (Mondays in the month of Shravana) are celebrated with great enthusiasm here.There are three ma in festivals – Mahashivratri, Shravani Somvar, and Tripurari Pournima.In the Garbhagriha, devotees mind fills with spiritual emotions, as they see pleasing Shivling decorated by the priests. Devotees offer flowers, bael leaves, and milk for the blessings of the most divine hindu god, Shiva. .. Read More

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Transport - Travel

From Pune Station (Distance: 5.00 Kilometers)

  • Auto Rikshaw : (Private Auto)
  • Bus : 170
  • Taxi/CAB : OLA,UBER
  • Private Hire : Indica

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Nearby Attractions

  • Shanivarwada
  • Shaniwarwada is a historical fortification in the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India. Built in 1732, it was the seat of the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire until 1818, when the Peshwas lost control to the British East India Company after the Third Anglo-Maratha War. Following the rise of the Maratha Empire, the palace became the center of Indian politics in the 18th century.It was famous for Bajirao Peshwa.
  • 1.00 KM

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