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Baneshwar Temple, Pune

(4.3/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is very old famous lord shivas temple surrounded by forest and river.It is almost one hour drive from pune city,It is good picnic spot  more »
  • if you love shiva then BAN (forest) ISHWAR (god) god within the forest then this a place for you to see. alovely small patch of forest contains the temple which has a small lingo( phallus) there are t...  more »
  • The temple is situated in Nasarapur Village and can easily be reached.The architecture style of this temple reflects the old and local culture of Nasarapur Village.The park surrounding the temple is q...  more »
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  • Good place for family or friends reunion. As name suggests Baneshwar has a big Van(Garden) temple itself is treat for devotees of lord shiva. Temple has rich history and it is one of best maintained temple i found near pune. There are two ponds in front of temple that has fish and turtles. Garden has entry fees of rs 10/ adult.It is great place to hang out .lot of open areas for children's to play. There are swing sets and other children instrument. There is a waterfall around 1 km from temple. Route towards waterfall is very easy and it has railings. There is observation deck newly built which gives 360 deegre view. Waterfall can be reached but go there on your own risk. Garden has washrooms. But carry your own food and water. There are dustbins for waste. Overall good place for 1 day picninc.
  • Beautiful temple with a forest trail and river backdrop. Waterfall view is only in monsoon season. Excellent place for family picnic. Bring food, water, mats and you are set for a great dabba party under a shady tree. Don't forget your favourite book for post lunch reading activity :)
  • Nice looking temple, surrounded by a lovely forest garden, with a rivulet flowing by. Visit the temple & then take a walk through the garden down to the stream. Makes for a nice, peaceful evening.
  • Nice and beautiful Lord Shiva temple. Silence, no rush, and there is also a pond where you can see fishes and turtles.
  • Nice .. calm place ... Lot of trees and waterfall makes short trip memorable ... Tortoise in temple pond are nice .. Om Namh Shivay _/\_