Places around Parbhani with Architecture

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1/3 Places to Visit in Parbhani with Architecture

Nemgiri town in Parbhani district is famous for the Digambar Jain Mandir called Jintur Neminath Temple. The sacred Jain temple is located in Nemgiri which is around 44 kms from the main city Parbhani, Maharashtra.

Jiintur Neminath Temple is located in the Nemgiri in Jintur taluka of Parbhani district. The temple is dedicated to the deity Jain Tirthankara Neminatha (the 22nd Jain Tirthankar) according to some unknown resources this temple which was actually built by the Rastrakuta dynasty around 8th – 9th Century. Another deity i. e. observed here is Lord Parshvanatha an idol which i...

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2/3 Places to Visit in Parbhani with Architecture

The banks of Godavari are a host to many temples. Mugdaleshwar temple located at a distance of 50 kms from Prabhani is one of them. The temple complex houses three shrines of which two are situated in the middle of River Godavari - one dedicated to Lord Narasimha and another one dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple worships both Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva at the same place as Narasimha Swamy and Mudgaleshwar respectively. Lord Ganesha is worshipped as Mudgal Ganesha.

Lord Narasimha is the fourth avatar of Lord Vishnu, a deity of the Holy Trinity in Hindus. Narasimha comes from two...

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3/3 Places to Visit in Parbhani with Architecture
Pardeshwar Temple, Prabhani
Within Parbhani city limits
Architecture

A magnificent temple of marble built by Sri Swami Sachchidandji Saraswati, Mrityunjaya Pardeshwar Temple is located around 3 km from Prabhani. Standing at a height of 80 foot, the temple has shivlinga weighing nearly 250 kg made of Mercury (known as Parad).

The presiding deity at Pardeshwar Temple is Lord Shiva who is prayed in the form of a linga. The mercury shivlinga is also called a Tejoling and is equally revered as the Twelve Jyotirlinga. Parad in sanskrit means mercury; the lingam made out of mercury called Parad Lingam. The Parad Granth says that a mere touch of the lingam ...

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