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With pristine beaches, historical temples, caves and forts scattered around, Dapoli has something to offer everyone. Popularity of Dapoli is increasing these days with many tourists from Mumbai and Pune visiting it as weekend destination.

Shree Vyaghreshwar temple

Vyaghreshwar temple is built in fantastic Hemadpanthi style architecture and has self originated Shivling. The temple premises also houses temples of other God and Goddess. Shree Vyaghreshwar temple lies on the riverbank and is about 1000 years old. You cannot but marvel at the wonderful Hemadpanthi style architecture. A congregation hall leads to the sanctum (Gabhara) which houses a Swayambhu (self-emerged) Shivling. The canopy outside the sanctum is supported on wooden carved pillars. A large sculpture of Nandi, the vehicle of Lord Shiva stands in front. The platform of this temple has sculptures of dancers. There is also a small …

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Keshavraj Temple:

Keshavraj Temple – Asud Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Shree Keshavraj temple is situated in lush green hills and one has to walk around 15-20 minutes. The natural spring on flows from the hill top the stone carved cow mouth (Gomukh) of the temple throughout the year. Shree Keshavraj temple which is Dedicated to Lord Vishnu Located 8 km from Dapoli in Asud You can park your car on the Asud Bag road and take a 15 minute trek through coconut, betel nut, mango and cashew trees to reach here. The surroundings are calm and tranquil interrupted only by the harmonious …

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Kadyavarcha Ganapati

Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the temple is located on a cliff near Anjarle beach. The idol of the God is right turned trunk and lot of devotees visit this temple. The temple also offers panoramic view of surrounding view blue sea and hills. This ganesh temple is on hill near Anjarle village Surrounding area is naturally beautiful. The temple is very attractive. One can see sea from Harne to Utamber, seashore, and Anjarle village hidden in coconut and betel nut trees, and Anjarle creek on other side. Getting There :  It’s 3 k.m. from Rajapur village. State transportation buses are …

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