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Baneshwar Temple

Baneshwar Temple access road, Nasarapur village, | Pune, Maharashtra, Pune 412213, India
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Lovely Temple and waterfall

Baneshwar has a very old Shiva Temple with shivling . There are other small gudis nearby for nandi... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Krishnaveni S
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Picnic Place

This place is famous for picnic.Green lushes of herbs and sherbs and Big trees make this plave very... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
AnitaKhandelwal
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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“paved walkway” (3 reviews)
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Baneshwar Temple access road, Nasarapur village, | Pune, Maharashtra, Pune 412213, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Baneshwar has a very old Shiva Temple with shivling . There are other small gudis nearby for nandi, Shani etc. Outside there are 2 ponds with fishes and turtles. Nearby there is a beautiful and well maintained park. You have to walk a little to...More

Thank Krishnaveni S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is famous for picnic.Green lushes of herbs and sherbs and Big trees make this plave very beautiful.Get together can be arranged over here.

1  Thank AnitaKhandelwal
Reviewed 1 September 2017

Shiv temple surrounded by beautiful garden and adventurous activities. There is waterfall view which is amazing . Hills and waterfall made them so well. good picnic spot.

Thank Arpitgupta25
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Baneshwar temple has following things on offer: 1. Old Lord Shiva Temple with two water ponds having fishes & tortoises 2. Dense tree forest with well organized & nicely paved walkaway 3. Waterfall mentioned in trip advisor & many websites is misleading. Same like Mulshi...More

6  Thank RajuSalvi
Reviewed 23 August 2017

On our way back from visiting Narayanpur Balaji temple, we visited Baneshwar Temple, just about two km from the main road. It is a small Shiva Temple and said to be quite old. There is also a park behind the temple ; we did not...More

1  Thank swamisanganur
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Baneshwar has a garden with a Shankar Mandir that is famous. You can enjoy a good picnic out there, and can spend your entire day there as well. There is a river very close-by and you can go very close to the waterfall there, rainy...More

Thank nilesh_pp
Reviewed 16 June 2017

this place is one of the sacred place near pune, there is a very old and famous temple of Lord Shiva.. very scenic beauty near temple, especially during monsoon season.. you can also see the waterfall and natural pot holes behind the temple..

2  Thank Suhas D
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Baneswar Temple is a Shiva Temple, located in the village of Nasrapur. It is about 40kms from Pune. On our friend's car, we drove via the Saswad-Kothrud road to reach here. Of Course Google Maps were our aid - but I would suggest that the...More

3  Thank ank742
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

This ancient temple is located around 1 hr from Pune. Very peaceful and divine ancient temple of Lord Shiva. The nearby botanical garden is great. It has several walkway paths giving u a nice jungle walk feeling. Also has a waterfall during monsoons. Worth a...More

Thank damodarb
Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

Extremely peaceful Shiva Lingam in a cave in Baner......Baneshwar......is an ancient temple. Must visit.

Thank harryhuron
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Minal B
10 October 2017|
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Response from ank742 | Reviewed this property |
There is a waterfall, but it was dry when we visited in April. Post the rains, I assume there must be water now!
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Jomin J
21 April 2017|
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Response from ank742 | Reviewed this property |
Photography beyond a point is not permitted, specially at the Shiv Linga. Inside the Baneswar temple, I did take pictures.
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parulkarsachin
5 May 2016|
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Response from pranav k | Reviewed this property |
actually there is a market while entering waterfall area and also I found one nuw puna bakery store nearby
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