temple lies on the top of the hill facing north. The idol is more than three
feet in height, facing north and the trunk turned right side, with Siddhi and
Buddhi images seated on his laps. The icon reveals sauta aspect and raises hands
of the visitors at once in due veneration. The temple is vast in dimensions and
has four entrances on four sides. Its imposing height and sculptural
beautification detain the visitors long. Here there is a reverent tradition in
practice for greater benefit and sure liberation - devotees make Pradakshana of
the sacred hill covering nearly five kilometers in distance. They undertake this
ardeous one with devotion; for, it pleases the Lord and then he showers boons
magnificently. This belief is gaining ascendancy and bringing instant relief.
Devotion knows no bounds for expression:, nor nothing is left untouched. It is
believed that if ardent prayers are offered to this Lord, no hardship of any
type ever ventures nearing the devotee. It is working miracles and hence
pilgrimages round the year.
It is near Boribel railway station on Dond-Sholapur metre guage fine of Central
Railway, accessible by four wheelers.