Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple
Trimbakeshwar is a Hindu pilgrimage center of Jyotirlinga near Nashik. Simhastha Kumbh Mela is filled here. In Vaishnavas in Hinduism, there are three akhades like Digambar Ani, Nirvani Ani and Nirmohi Ani. Simhastha Kumbh Mela is filled every 12 years in Nashik under the leadership of these three Akhadas. Shaivas akhadee also meets at Trimbakeshwar. Here is Nivittinath Maharaj Samadhi Mandir. Godavari river originates here. The city of Trimbakeshwar is located 18 km from Nashik district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. At the root of the Brahmagiri mountain range. It is 165 km from Mumbai and can be reached via Khasara Ghat via Igatpuri and Khivla via Bhiwandi - Wada. This city is at a height of 3000 feet above sea level.
Shilahar king Zanz of Tenth century built twelve shavalays at the source of the twelve rivers of Godavari to Bhima. this is One of them shivalay in maharashtra. This is situated on the banks of the River Godavari, Trimbakeshwar, along the Ugadi road of the Waki river, at Tringalwadi pagoda near the upstream of the River Wakhi, on the upper side of the river Dharle, on the banks of river Bam - Belgaum, Kadva Near the source of the river - Takeda, near the source of river Pravara - Amruteshwar in Rattanwadi, with roots and roots - Harishchandareshwar on Harishchandragad, Near Pushpavati - Nageshwar in Khirseshwar, near Kukadi - Kukdeeshwar in the flood, near the source of river Meena - Brahmnath in Parunde, the river of Ghod river - near Siddheshwar and Bhima in village Vachape - Bhavargiri All these temples are decorated with artificial paintings, decorated with carved art. This includes the temple of Trimbakeshwar. There is a small road from Dongram.
Trimbakeshwar situated in the scenic area of Brahmagiri mountain, is a pilgrimage center, where devotees of twelve months have a large number of devotees. The crowd gets more and more in the month of Shravan. On Monday, thousands of devotees of Trimbakeshwar have been present on Shravani Monday. On the first three Monday of the month of Shravan, a crowd of devotees is increasing in Trimbakeshwar. The quarters are built on the four sides of the Trimbakeshwar temple and on its east side is the main door. This gate is the main road in the village. On the south side there is another small door. The devotees make an entry in India for bathing in Kushvarna. Brahmagiri is the second largest place In Maharashtra. Religious rituals are performed only in Trimbakeshwar in India, Narayan Nagbali, Tripindi, Kalsarp Shanti, Vishnubali, Uttarakriya, Chitrudra, Jananashanti, Simhastha Sinha Ridhi.