Salasar temple, Akola

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Salasar temple, Akola, Maharashtra, India

NH 6, Khamgao Road, Washim Bypas,Gita Nagar, Akola

Shri Salasar Balaji temple is situated in around 70,000 acres land, includes - Shri Salasar Balaji Mandir Shri Shiv Pariwar Mandir Shri Radhakrishna Mandir Bhavya Sabhagruh Vishal Bhandara Parisar Acharya's Residence Atithi Gruh Kitchen Garden Prasadhan Gruh Shri Salasar Balaji Dham is a newly made Temple on the outskirts of Akola city. The Temple is a must visit place whoever comes to Akola .

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Current temprature- 24.68, Minimum - 14.53, Maximun - 24.68
sky is clear with humidity 18% and Wind speed of 2.76 mph.

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Famous Places To Visit In Akola

  • Book a Tour and Visit Mapusa Market
  • Mapusa Market

    A famous market and fondly known as 'Mapusa Friday Market' as it is taken place every Friday. This is fully crowded and lively being loaded with wide variety shopping, as every inch of place is booked by sellers given a very little space for buyers to move since regular stalls are booked with temporary mats and boards.You'll find all kind of requirements from lottery stalls to barbers shops, fruits stalls to vegetable stalls, there is fish street as well as dry fish stalls with all kinds of fish. You'll find all types of fruits and as well as vegetables, attractively displayed some of them being Moira Bananas, Mangoes, Chikkus, Watermelons, pumpkins, cabbage well depending on seasons. There is also a spice street and bakery section.Different types of handicrafts made of coir, clothes stalls, glass bangles, sausages, channa baskets, meat market are added features of the Mapusa Market. Every place you'll find bars and restaurants or tea stalls serving refreshments

  • Book a Tour and Visit Ashvem Beach
  • Ashvem Beach

    Ashwem beach situated south to the Arambol beach is another isolated beach in Goa where one can see vast stretches of sands until you arrive at a place that has some beach shacks and huts midway along the beach. There are a number of restaurants in the area that serve sumptuous seafood. The Goa Ashwem beach has its own idyllic charm and is quite appealing, as it is a very quiet and clean place. Even the waters are safe for swimming. In reality the coastline is one long, palm-fringed delight the powdery sands usually silver, occasionally dusted golden only interrupted from time to time by inlets, estuaries or headland. Whether secluded and peaceful or broad and lively, they exist for all to enjoy for none are private.To get around Ashwem it is best if one hires a bike, as the buses from Mapusa and Panjim are irregular. For accommodation there are some basic huts and tree houses in Ashwem

  • Book a Tour and Visit Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

    More than a sanctuary, it is an ideal jungle resort, a major attraction for school going children and nature lovers.altIts mini zoo, sprawling deer park in natural habitat, botanical and rose gardens attract people throughout the year.The Bondla wildlife sanctuary is about 50 Kms from Panaji and 38 Kms from Margao and 20 Kms east of Ponda. It is more of a jungle resort with tourist cottages available on site run by the Forest Department.The common animals that inhabit the sanctuary are the Gaur and the Sambhar deer. It is a popular destination for school picnics. It is closed on Thursdays. There are tour buses that make a stop over at Bondla from Margao and Panaji.The Sanctuary is just 8 sq. km. in size, located among hills at the junction of three Talukas viz. Ponda, Sanguem and Sattari. It boasts of a Mini Zoo, Deer Safari Park, Formal Gardens, Botanic Gardens and Eco-Tourism Cottages. It is connected to Ponda as well as Molem by a good tar-road. Late evenings and nights are very pleasant. Bondla is a Paradise for Eco-Tourists

  • Book a Tour and Visit Arambol Sweet Water Lake
  • Arambol Sweet Water Lake

    Arambol Lake is called Vagkolam, but among local residents and tourists it is best known as the Sweet Lake. It has the fame of the only fresh-water lake on a beach strip of Goa in close nearness to the Arabian Sea.The Goans consider it as national property with important historical value. And therefore as for Hindu the mythological sources often make up the historical, so the value of Arambol Lake is reduced to the following legend: Pandavas brothers, during the long expulsion, arrived to Arambol part of the Goan coast. It happened at midnight and all time they were singing the hymn “Khar Khar Makhadev", that’s from where came the name Kharmal, under the influence of the European languages it was transformed to Arambol. Makhadev is a reincarnation of god Shiva. And the lake is called Vagkolam because two centuries ago in caves nearby lived tigersIt is not the only legends, beliefs and curious stories that are turning round the Sweet Lake. For example, there are nearby clay blocks. The locals and tourists unanimously claim that this clay possesses magically health-improving properties. People moisten the pieces of clay in water, then coat their whole body with this suspension, wait some time until it dry well and at last wash it off with lake water. They say that this clay contains the sulphides that clearing skin deeplyAlso in jungle there is well-known banyan under which allegedly meditated the Beatles during their mysterious unconfirmed travel across India. This myth is used by enterprising locals. Now under the banyan it is always possible to find the elderly wise man spending time in a condition of a spiritual height. It is accepted to come to it with gifts – fruit and any trifles, to sit in a circle and to smoke “peace-pipe” waiting for comprehension of the highest enlightenment and wisdom. About the huge tree there is also a colony of hippie

  • Book a Tour and Visit Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary

    The Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary is a 208.5-km2 (80.5-mi2) protected area in the Indian state of Goa in the Western Ghats of South India. It is located in the North Goa District, Sattari taluka near the town of Valpoi.The sanctuary is an area of high biodiversity, and is being considered to become a Project Tiger tiger reserve because of the presence of resident Bengal tigersThere are no public tourist facilities in the sanctuary, but there are Forest Department rest houses at Valpoi and Keri.[4] There is an Irrigation Department rest house above the Anjunem Dam

  • Book a Tour and Visit Surla Water Falls
  • Surla Water Falls

    This gorgeous waterfall is 90 minutes walking distance from the famous 13th century Tambdi Surla Temple (also known as Mahadev Temple).Tambdi Surla Falls nestles in leafy forests and the path leading to the waterfall is as enchanting as the fall itself. The trail is straightforward but it does get progressively tougher as you will have to negotiate dense undergrowth and a fairly steep ascent. Also, since the trek can take 90 to 120 minutes, it makes sense to take a local guide along with you The village of Tambdi Surla is where the 15th century Tambdi Surla Temple is present. The trail is well marked and fairly simple to follow; to add to the charm of the trek, you will encounter many swift streams gushing with clear mountain water as you traverse the scenic pathwayBhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a rich assortment of wildlife; however you are unlikely to come across leopards, gaur or deer unless you go into the heart of the sanctuary. You may stumble across reptiles and some smaller animals. You can get to see many birds flitting around and the twitter and cheeping of these avian friends will accompany you along your forest trail. The most enchanting of all are the butterflies; you will get to encounter many of these multihued winged beauties fluttering around as you make your way to the falls

  • Book a Tour and Visit Pandava Caves
  • Pandava Caves

    Just passing the town of Sanquelim, there is a detour road leading towards Arvalem Caves. These caves from the 6th century, are quite small, with no articulate sculptures or paintings. The origin of these caves is uncertain, some believing them to be of Buddhist origin, although the presence of lingas does not justify this statement claiming them to be of Brahmin origin. They are also claimed to be known as the Pandava caves, signifying the reign of Pandavas here during their 12 year exile as described in the Mahabharata. The shafts of the four carved lingas inside the cave resemble to those found at the famous Elephanta and Ellora caves.The Arvalem caves are very much patterned in the Buddhist cave style, rock cut into laterite stone, with the sanctuary at the northern end and the vihara at the southern end. The claim of the caves being of Buddhist origin is a justified statement, mainly due to the discovery of a huge Buddha statue nearby and a 4th century Buddha head found in the Mhamai Kamat house now installed in the Goa State museum

  • Book a Tour and Visit Church of St Anthony
  • Church of St Anthony

    Church of St Anthony, North Goa, Goa, India Duler-Marna-Siolim Rd, Aguad Siolim Road, Duler-Marna-Siolim, Kudal, Siolim, Goa 403517 The semi circular shaped Church is one of the oldest churches built by Alfonso de Albuquerque (Portuguese warrior) as a tribute to St Anthony (the national Portuguese saint). It was built in 17th century. The Chapel of St. Anthony was established around 1580 by the Portuguese. You will be able to see parts of the earlier temple on which it has been built. The lake still exists in front of the chapel that was used for absolution earlier. The Jesuits first erected a church dedicated to St. Miguel, after the construction of Orlim Church in 1568 in a place called Devsa, which later came to be called Deussua by the Portuguese. They then put up a Christian nucleus and set up a chapel dedicated to St. Anthony. The church in Siolim is dedicated to St Anthony of Padua. The church has two steeples on the frontispiece and a statue of St Anthony holding a serpent on a leash. This is a depiction of a miracle that took place a the time the church was being constructed. As history tells it there was a serpent at that place which was hindering the construction work. The workers then prayed to St. Anthony for help and the next morning the snake was found caught in the cord placed in the statues hand.The feast of St Anthony is on the 13th of June and is celebrated with grand fervour on the sunday following the 13th. The feast is preceeded by a 13 day novena known as Trezen, attended by a large number of devotees. Thousands of people from around the region reach the location, seeking God’s blessing amidst gaiety and flair proceeded by Rezenas The renovation and beautification of the chapel had been accomplished by the year 1995, the 8th birth centenary of St. Anthony (1195-1231). For the people of South Goa, he is known as St. Antonio de Deussua.What you see today is an amalgamation of the old and new architecture. Operating Hours: Mon-Sun : 06:00 AM - 07:00 PM

  • Book a Tour and Visit Sweet Water Lake
  • Sweet Water Lake

    Sweet Water Lake, North Goa, Goa, India Arambol Sweet Water Lake, Paliyem, Goa This fresh water lake is best accessible by walking from the Arambol beach. The Sweet Water Lake is a fresh-water paradise that originates in natural hot springs from within the Goan jungle. It's a short walk north from Arambol Beach. Paliem is well known amongst travellers in Goa for its sweet fresh water lake, and for the 'cleansing, sulpherous mud' that can be found around the lake. Just across the sand, the rougher sea crashes onto a rock studded beach, and dolphins can sometimes be seen on the horizon. From Arambol, the walk a bit easier. Head to the north side of the beaches where the spindly rocks mark the headland and follow a path around the shacks, stalls and cafes to Paliem. Swimming in the sweet water lake is an obvious attration of Paliem. There are a few sunbeds set up by the lake shore. The German/British run paragliding school at the top of Wagcolomb Hill behind Paliem offers 20 minute flights for around R.1200. Sweet Water Lake is also called Vagkolam. Discover the beauty and spiritual vibe of this fresh-water lagoon. Its natural hot springs will warm your feet when you enter the water.The lake is officially named Vagkolam, but Goans and travellers insist on calling it by its nickname, Sweet Water Lake. Dip your feet in the warm, fresh water. Feel the heat of the sand, which comes from the hot springs. The Sweet Water Lake can be found by the small stretch of shoreline known as Kalacha Beach. Due to its secluded location, the only way to reach the beach is on foot. It’s a short walk north from Arambol Beach. A slightly trickier footpath leads to and from Querim Beach. As one of the most talked about attractions of the Goan coast, Vagkolam should not be too hard to find: just ask the locals for directions! Avoid visiting between May and October, due to the monsoon season. The route is covered with beautiful food joints which offer pretty view of the Arambol stretch and these food joints are quite quaint. 

  • Book a Tour and Visit Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary
  • Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary

      Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary, South Goa, Goa, India NH 4A, Caranzol, Goa Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary is located in the Western Ghats of South India, in Sanguem taluk, Goa

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