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Gangadwar Temple




Gangadwar Temple is located at Gangadwar in Nasik District of Maharashtra. Gangadwar, about 38 km from Nasik, is the place where the Godavari River makes its first appearance on the Brahmagiri hill.

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Ganga. The specialty of this temple is that near the feet of Goddess Ganga, there is a stone of the shape of cowís head through which Ganga water is flowing drop by drop. The temple premise also has a Gupha, where Guru Gorakhnath is believed to have undergone penance.

By road, Gangadwar Temple can be reached from Trimbakeshwar and Mumbai. The nearest railhead is Nasik Road Railway Station.



Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Nasik
Location: Nasik    

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