Bhuleshwar Shiva Temple, Yavat, Pune… a place that keeps on calling again and again and awakening the inner soul.
An 13th century ancient Bhuleshwar temple of lord Shiva is as mystical and mysterious as he is himself. Originally built around 8th century, reconstructed again in 1230 AD during Yadava’s Dynasty.
The Gondeshwar Temple is in the Hemadpanthi style of architecture, which was popularized by Hemadri Pandit, also known as Hemadpant, a minister during the Yadav Dynasty. The most striking feature of the construction was the use of locally available black stone and lime, glorifying the local craftsmanship.The degree of skill that went into making the carved panels and the entire design of the temple is awesome.
Ambernath Shiva Temple also known as Ambreshwar Shiva Mandir.
Ambernath literally means “Lord of the sky”
Ambernath Shiv Mandir is an 11th century marvel of architecture and sculptures, which is almost a thousand years old. Built in 1060 AD, It is situated 2 km away from Ambernath (East) railway station in Maharashtra, India.
The temple is on the bank of Vadavan (Waldhuni) river.