Shree Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Mandir, Pune

Shree Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Mandir is located in Pune. Using our international travel planner, Pune attractions like Shree Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Mandir can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Alandi holds a different religious place for most Punekars. The place is visited by lakhs every year and worshiped wholeheartedly. the River Indrayani adds a richness and serenity to the temple. It tr...  more »
  • When we planned for a Holy Trip to Shirdi & Pandharpur, Swadharmaprana Mathaji asked us to visit Sant Dnyaneshwar's Samadhi Mandir if possible and we also got a chance to visit this mandir. The temple...  more »
  • Temple is of highly revered position and very ancient. Entry to the temple is bit crowdy. It took more than one hour walking in ques. Ghats on both the sides of river gives good view. sitting on the g...  more »
  • It is One of the religious place and its very spiritual and full with positive energy in environment inside the temple. this temple is situated at the bank of the Indryani river. When we visited bank of river (Ghat), it is very dirty. people spread lots of waste at Ghat. We should realize and respect the religious importance of this place.
  • You will find peace here. We feel positive vibes here. The place is having river in between which is consider a divine river. Must visit this place. Good views at night also.
  • One of the most famous religious place :) Choose weekday for visit Poor roads, traffic, parking management :(
  • Very peaceful place, dnyaneshwar swami temple and the river is from very old-age. Dnyaneshwar swami had written a holi book named DNYANESHWARI is give brief description of bhagawat gita. Mankind take life learning lesson from the book.
  • Alandi is one of the most well known places of pilgrimage for Hindu Marathi peoplebecause of the town's association with the 13th century Varkari Saint Dnyaneshwar. Saint Dnyaneshwar, after translating the Hindu scripture,Bhagavad Gita from Sanskrit into Marathi attained sanjivan Samadhi [note 1]under the Siddheshwar temple in Alandi.[4] A temple complex has been built at the spot of Sant Dnyaneshwar's samadhi. It is visited by hundreds thousands of pilgrims, and in particular, those of the Varkari Sect. The Ekadashi of the dark half of each month attracts a greater number of devotees to the town.[5] Every year,in the Shaka month of Jeshtha(June- July), a procession carrying Paduka (symbolic sandals) of Dnyaneshwar on a Palkhi starts from Alandi to reach Pandharpuron Ashadhi Ekadashi. The procession is joined by tens of thousands of Varkaridevotees for the 150 km journey on foot

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