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Places to visit in Harihareshwar

When you travel to Harihareshwar, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Harihareshwar, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Harihareshwar to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Harihareshwar things to do can include exploring Harihareshwar attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Yogeshwari Temple

Lying in close proximity to the KalbhairavTemple, this is an attractive temple which is known to exhibit the local style of temple architecture to its best. 

Diveagar Beach

While at Harihareshwar, you can visit a number of idyllic spots. One of the most popular places is the DiveagarBeach. What makes the beach a great spot to visit is the long stretch of Casuarina trees. You can take a walk across the path and relax. Apart from relaxing, there are a number of water sport activities which one can explore at the Diveagar beach. Few of the popular water sport activities available are parasailing and banana ride. Such availability makes

Suvarna Ganesh Temple

While at Harihareshwar, do not skip visiting the Suvarna Ganesh Temple. What makes the temple a must-visit is the excellent drive to the self-incarnated temple on the Srivardhan - Diveagar road with a view of the beaches. 

Cultural Attractions

Harihareshwar is a pilgrimage destination. Hence, most of the attractions are religious attractions in and around Harihareshwar. While planning to travel across the Konkan stretch to Hariharishwar, make it a point to travel during the Hindu festivals when the town witnesses the rise in the total number of tourists. 

Hills

The location of Harihareshwar maximizes its natural attraction quotient. Nestled around four hills – Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, Brahmadri and Pushpadiri allows you to rest in the lap of nature. These hills offer a recluse spot for the many temples that dot its periphery. Most of these temples are dedicated to different Hindu Gods such as Lord Vishnu, Lord Kalbhairav, Lord Shiva, Lord Bramha and Yogeshwari. 

Harihareshwar Temple

Built around 1223-1224 CE, during the Hoysalareign of King ViraNarasimha II, the temple is dedicated to Lord Harihar. Known to be a fusion of two Hindu Gods – left vertical of Lord Vishnu and right vertical of Lord Shiva, the deity is rare fusion making it immensely popular among the devotees who throng the quaint little town to get a glimpse. It is the most prominent monument here as well the prime attraction o9f pilgrims who travel to Harihareshwar.

Temples

For tourists who are religiously inclined, there are a number of temples and holy sites in and around Harihareshwar. Few of the popular ones are the GayatriTirth, Vishnu pad, SitaSansar, PandavTirth, and 101 KauravAstitv which is located in close proximity to the LordHarihareswarTemple. Others are the Gram DevataSomajadevi which is approximately 10 kilometres from the town of Harihareshwar; Jeeveneshwar Temple around 12 kilometres away; further away are the Rupnar

Kalbhairav Temple

As the name suggests, the temple is dedicated to Lord Kalbhairav, one of the manifestations of Hindu Lord Shiva. The temple was built during the 18th Century and is very popular in and across the state of Maharashtra. What adds to the attractiveness is the fact that the temple offers panoramic view of the Arabian Sea. 

Harihareshwar beach

It is one of the cleanest beaches in the Konkan stretch and allows one to enjoy a couple of water sport activities which will make your trip memorable. 

Ganesh Gully

In between the mountains there is the Ganesh gully or culvert which is only 3 feet wide. Dedicated to Hindu Lord Ganesha, the culvert has a niche where an idol of the God is strategically placed. 

Bagmandala

One can also visit the village of Bagmandala which is a few miles away. The village is famous for being the home to the Peshwas of Maharashtra. The village also has a small port from where ferries can take you to the Bankot Fort, another historical site which can be traced back to the Peshwas. 

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