Panch Ganga Temple, Mahabaleshwar
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Stand at the heart of Panch Ganga Temple and watch as waters from five different rivers, one of them being the Krishna River, merge into one pond. You can collect some of the holy water from the pond, and take it home with you for good luck. As you explore, pay attention to the detailed, water-themed architecture, which sheds light on the temple's symbolic importance. Take a guided tour to gain further insight into the site's interesting history, and learn why water had such significance for those who built the temple. Plan your Panch Ganga Temple visit and explore what else you can see and do in Mahabaleshwar using our Mahabaleshwar vacation trip planner.
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You can visit this temple to enjoy the history. This is a krishna temple. History says that the Panchganga Temple is constructed at the confluence of five rivers, Krishna, Veena, Savitri, Koyna and Ga... read more »
This temple is supposedly 5000 years old.. Wow.. Irrespective of its real age, it looks really old.. We were lucky it was raining and pretty decent weather and when we visited this temple at 730 PM, o... read more »
There is nothing special here. just a pond in centre with continous water supply from five rivers( as per locals). nothing to see much.
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