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Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple, Maharashtra

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One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India, this beautiful temple is located at the base of the Brahmagiri range of mountains, from where the river Godavari, also known as Dakshina Ganga, emerges and flows through Trimbak. Of all the jyotirlingas, this temple is considered unique as the linga here has three faces depicting Brahma, Vishnu, and Maheshwara. The present temple, which is an architectural masterpiece, was built in place of the original temple during the 18th century. A religious and holy city surrounded by hills, forts, and waterfalls, Trimbak is located in a divine location that attracts a large number of devotees throughout the year. Trimbak is 30 kilometres by road from Nashik, a major city. The nearest rail link and air link are in Nashik.
Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple

Nearby Places to See

Nil Parvat
It is a small hill located just outside the town with a temple of Nilambika at the top. Visitors can ascend the stone steps to reach the top or travel by road.
Brahmagiri Hills
Brahmagiri Hills
A beautiful hilltop near Trimbak, it is also the birthplace of the holy river Godavari. One can either climb approximately 800 steps to reach the top or hire a vehicle and drive close to the summit and ascend the 200-odd steps. The small pond from where the river Godavari originates can be seen here. A beautiful view of the verdant grasslands and faraway hills waits at the summit.
After originating in the Brahmagiri Hills, the River Godavari vanishes underground for some distance before reappearing at a place called Gangadwar. There are some temples here, and an ascent of more than 500 steps takes devotees to this holy place.
Anjaneri Fort
Anjaneri Fort
Located 7 kilometres away from Trimbak, this fort, at more than 4200 feet above sea level, has mythological importance and is believed to be the birthplace of Bhagawan Hanuman. There are temples on the way to the summit and at the summit. It takes nearly 3 hours to reach the fort. The large, foot-shaped lake is the main attraction here.
Dugarwadi Waterfall
This waterfall is 8 kilometres away from Trimbak and rolls down into a valley from about 120 feet in height. It can be viewed from the edge of the valley, or visitors can get down into the valley and view the waterfall from up close. As the valley is known for flash floods, it is not advisable to go beyond the viewpoint during monsoon.
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