is a Cave temple: accessible by a flight of steps numbering 283 and the entire
sannidhi is carved out of a big rock. It is a single-celled mandir with garbha
griha enshrining the image of a well-chiselled Ganesh and a beautiful Sabha
mantap in front, adorned with enchanting sculptural pieces. The unique feature
that greets the eye is - the archamurti is facing north though the entrance is
on the south. Hence no Mukha puja. Several such oddities do draw reverent
attention, and elevate the souls. In the garbha griha, there lie the images of
Hanuman and Maheswar. They are receiving daily worship too, along with the Moola
Vigrahas. Regular agamic worship is offered with great veneration and periodical
festivals are celebrated with unprecedented pomp and splendour.
lies 5 km off Junnar of Maharastra, accessible by four wheelers.