Among the many famous temples of Chiplun, The Parshuram Temple is the most visited one. Situated at a height of 1000 ft. from the sea level, it is located some 10 km in the outskirts of Chiplun. This temple is mainly dedicated to Lord Parshuram, who was the 6th avatar of Lord Vishnu. Inside the sanctum, the idol of Lord Parshuram is flanked by the idol of Lord Brahma on the left and an idol of Lord Shiva on the right. The temple’s architecture is another reason why it is such a crowd puller. If noticed, it will be found that this temple displays many characteristics of Hindu, European and Muslim styles of architecture. Displaying 300 years old Hindu-Muslim mix architecture of the temple houses three idols that are surrounded by stone walls.