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Aundha Nagnath Temple – History, Timings, Accommodation, Images

Aundha Nagnath Temple :

Aundha Nagnath Temple is an ancient Shiva temple and Jyotirlinga located in the Maharashtra district of Hingoli.

Aundha Nagnath Temple History :

Aundha Nagnath (Nageshwaram) is a pilgrimage site in the district of Hingoli in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The current temple is said to have been built in the 13th century by the Seuna (Yadava) dynasty. The first temple is said to date back to the time of the Mahabharata and was built by Yudhishthira, the eldest of the Pandavas, during their 14-year exile from Hastinapur. According to legend, this temple building was seven stories tall before being sacked by Aurangzeb.

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Today, however, the Sanctum Sanctorum, which is located beneath the ground level and is accessed by two steep steps, is with the Vatican. The narrow chamber provides little space for devotees to worship, and constant prayers (Abhisheka) by Pandit Chants provide peace of mind for offering personal prayers.

Aundha Nagnath Temple Architecture :

The Aundha Nagnath temple has a total area of 669.60 square meters (7200 square feet) and a height of 18.29 meters (60 ft) The temple campus covers an area of approximately 60,000 square feet. Aside from its religious significance, the temple itself is worth seeing for its breathtaking carvings. The current temple’s base is in Hemadpanti architecture, though its upper portion was repaired later and is in the style popular during the Peshwa’s reign.In the town of Aundha Nagnath, there are 5 goddess temples. The names of these places are mahakali, padmavati, kankeshwari, kalikamata, and khandeshwari. Kankeshwari, khandeshwari, and padmavati are beautiful natural places. This location is 2 kilometers from the Nagnath Temple. Kalikamata and mahakali are located in the town of Aundha Nagnath. This location is a short distance from the Nagnath Temple.

aundha nagnath temple timings

Aundha Nagnath Temple Timings : 4.00am – 9.00pm

Darshan Timings of Aundha Nagnath Mandir :

Darshan 4:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Darshan during Shravan Maas 4:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Afternoon Pooja 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Evening Pooja 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

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The poojas performed at Aundha Nagnath Temple :

Rudrabhishek Pooja 4:05 AM
Aarti Pooja 12:00 PM
Shrisnan Pooja 4:00 PM
Shejaarti Pooja 11:00 AM
Sayarakchai Pooja 8:30 PM

Festivals Celebrated at aundha nagnath temple :

Shravan month: Shravan Maas is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar, beginning in late July and ending in the third week of August.

Mahashivratri : Mahashivratri commemorates the marriage of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It usually happens between late February and early March.

Vijayadashami: Also known as Dussehra, this festival commemorates the triumph of good over evil and is observed following the nine days of Navratri.

How to reach Aundha Nagnath Mandir

Via Air : The nearest airport is in Nanded, 54 kilometers from Aundha Nagnath.

Via Rail : The closest station, Parbhani, is 50 kilometers away from the temple. There are also trains that connect to the Hingoli junction.

Via Road : There are buses from Aurangabad, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, and other Maharashtra cities.

nanded to aundha nagnath distance : 1 hr 45 min (64.6 km) via Nanded To Jintur Rd

hingoli to aundha nagnath distance : 35 min (24.4 km) via Parbhani – Hingoli Rd

aundha nagnath to parli vaijnath distance : 3 hr 9 min (118.6 km) via Parbhani – Hingoli Rd and Parli – Tapowan Rd

aundha nagnath to grishneshwar distance : 5 hr 17 min (230.1 km) via Jalna – Jintur Rd

hyderabad to aundha nagnath temple distance : 8 hr 10 min (354.3 km) via NH 44

Aundha Nagnath Temple Accommodation :

There are few places to stay near Aundha Nagnath Temple.

Aundha Nagnath Temple Images :

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