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some places are magical which gives you lots of positivity and this sun temple is one of them. according to locals God statue is from Dwarka and one sailer was carrying it in his boat. When the boat reached Kasheli shore,sailer was unable to move...More
Located near Pawas area, you have to drive quite a kms inside Mongo farms to reach it. The temple is good looking and it has basic amenities like water source n toilets. The temple wooden structure is beautiful. The roof of the temple is said...More
Sun or Surya was one of the highly revered gods during the Vedic era. In course of time, like that of other Vedic gods, Surya worship lost its prominence, but several temples enshrining the Sun God as the principal deity are still present. One of...More
This is one of the very few places which combines the natural beauty with the unique sacred importance......
This temple is one of the very few temples of god son..... (surya dev) specially one of kind which was saved from the waves of 'murti bhanjak'...More
We visited Kanakaditya Temple during our stay at Ganesh Gule. Temple is beautiful. Clean and peaceful place. Was surprised to know that this is the only temple with full standing status of Sun God. Renovation work in progress hope it will make it even better...More
The temple is located bit remotely, approx 10-15 kms from Pawas. It is a very old and beautiful temple which is undergoing some renovation currently.
The murals inside temple are just amazing and leave you wondering how did they do it all
There are very few temples dedicated to the Sun-God and this one in Ratnagiri, at Kasheli is truly beautiful. The architecture in wonderful and retains the local charm. There is a fabulous panel of carvings depicting the nav-grahas or the nine planets on the ceiling...More