Krishnabai Temple, Mahabaleshwar
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit the source of the Krishna river inside the Krishnabai Temple, where the river emerges from the mouth of a statue of a cow. The temple is said to be a few thousand years old, and, in spite of being in ruins, is kept very clean. Follow the trail which takes you through the forest to the antique temple, providing panoramic views of the hillside. Bring your camera to capture its breathtaking beauty on a photograph. Listen to the priest explaining how the first sunrays fall on the shiv ling, an effigy of the god, and energize the whole complex. It is stated that this is a reason no electricity exists in the temple, as the energy destroys light bulbs. Put Krishnabai Temple at the forefront of your travel plans using our Mahabaleshwar itinerary planner.
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this is not a well frequented place. There are are a few boards for direction but very few people heading that way. But this is truly an awe inspiring place. A simple small stone temple with a tank in... read more »
Absolute scenic beauty one could imagine! Isolated, barely visited by few but it is said to be the origin of the "Krishna" river. Breath taking view to the flowing Krishna river surrounded by majestic... read more »
This one has a lot of history and beautiful architecture. Loved photography here. Dont forget to take your camera along.
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