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Best Dharamshalas in Trimbakeshwar

The Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple one of the twelve Jyotirlingas is located in Trimbakeshwar, Trimbak. The Simhastha Kumbh Mela in the Nashik district was originally held at Trimbak. Shaivites continue to regard Trimbak as the proper location of the Mela.


Shri Maheshwari Bhakt Nivas, Trimbakeshwar

Address: Maheshwari Bhakta Nivas, Main Road, Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra – 422 212

Shri Maheshwari Bhakt Nivas is located near to Parshuram Mandir and the Gajanan temple. It is at a distance of 36.8 Km from Nashik Railway Station. Dharamshala is about 350 meters from Trimbakeshwar Bus station and 33.7 Km from Gandhinagar, Nashik Airport.

Trimbakeshwar Temple Mahashivratri Darshan Time:-

Trimbakeshwar Temple Mahashivratri Darshan Time and Temple Open 6 AM to 8 PM.

 Distance from tourist destination 

  1. Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple – 400 Meters
  2. Brahmagiri Hill – 1.3 Km
  3. Anjaneri Overview – 6 Km
  4. Gajanan Maharaj Ashram – 850 Meters
  5. Saint Nivrutti Nath Samadhi Mandir – 1.2 Km
  6. Goraknath Gufa – 1.3 Km
  7. Gangadwar – 1.3 Km
  8. Parshuram Mandir – 800 Meters
  9. Lake Vaitarna – 21.3 Km
  10. Neel Parbat Overview – 1.3 Km

Facilities

  • Attached Toilet
  • Filter Water
  • Hot Water
  • CCTV
  • Temple

Reason to consider

  • Shri Maheshwari Bhakt Niwas is a good option for family and group accommodations.
  • Dharamshala is the perfect place to stay near the temple.
  • Yatris can easily get different modes of transport and bus facilities from here.
  • Dharamshala is well connected to the road.
  • It is a walkable distance from the Trimbakeshwar Bus stand.

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Shri Gagangiri Maharaj Ashram, Trimbakeshwar

Address: Sant Nagari, Near S.T. Bus Stand, Sant Nivratinath Mandir Road, Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra – 422 101

Shri Gagangiri Maharaj Ashram is close to the Trimbakeshwar Temple. It is located at a distance of 38.8 km from the Nashik Railway Station. It is just walking distance from Trimbakeshwar bus station. Dharamshala is around 34.0 km from Gandhinagar, Nashik Airport.

Distance from tourist places

  1. Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple – 300 Meter
  2. Brahmagiri Hill – 1.5 Km
  3. Anjaneri Overview- 9.3 Km
  4. Gajanan Maharaj Ashram – 1 Km
  5. Saint Nivrutti Nath Samadhi Mandir – 750 Meter
  6. Goraknath Gufa – 4 Km
  7. Gangadwar – 1.4 Km
  8. Parshuram Mandir – 450 Meter
  9. Lake Vaitarna – 21.5 Km
  10. Neel Parbat Overview – 1.4 Km

Facilities available

  • Attached Toilet
  • Hot Water (Geyser)
  • Filtered Water
  • CCTV

Reason to consider

  • Shri Gagangiri Maharaj Ashram is the best option for family accommodation.
  • It’s an excellent place to stay.
  • Cheapest & best rooms
  • The food of Shri Gangangiri Maharaj Ashram is good.
  • The staff is very cooperative and helpful.
  • The place is clean and very well maintained

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How to travel to Trimbakeshwar

By Rail

Trimbakeshwar does not have a train station, and the nearest railway station is at Nashik. This railway station is 41 km from Trimbakeshwar. Buses & cabs are easily available from Nashik Railway Station to Trimbakeshwar

By Road

The Maharashtra State Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has introduced buses from Nashik to Trimbakeshwar. These buses are easily available every half an -hour. Private deluxe buses & cabs are also available.

By Air

The nearest airport to Trimbakeshkar is Gandhinagar Airport in Nashik. It is 31 km away from here and is also well-connected to Mumbai. From Nashik airport, you can rent a cab to Trimbakeshwar.

Places to visit near Trimbakeshwar

  1. Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple

Trimbakeshwar is an ancient Hindu temple. It is dedicated to the god Shiv. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The origin of the sacred Godavari river is near Trimbak. The current temple was built by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao

  1. Brahmagiri hills

Brahmagiri is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. It is believed that Saint Gautam brought the River Godavari to the hills by praying to Lord Shiva

  1. Anjaneri Overview

This place is considered holy and important as the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. The village itself derives its name from the mother of Hanuman – Anjani.

  1. Gajanan Maharaj Ashram

Gajanan Maharaj Ashram is close to Trimbakeshwar in the Shegaon area, the Ashram and samadhi of Gajanan Maharaj are located. He is one of the popular and respected saints.

  1. Sant Nivrutti Nath Samadhi Mandir

Nivrutti Nath attained Samadhi here. On the place of Nivrutti Nath’s Samadhi, a temple has been erected.

  1. Goraknath Gufa

The caves of Goraknath Gufa have carvings that can be viewed by going a few steps downwards to Gangadwar. Many disciples offer their prayers at this cave to release them from the sins, committed during their life.

  1. Gangadwar

Gangadwar means the passage or way of Ganga. This name is drawn from the legends related to Ganga and Brahmagiri Hills. To reach Gangadwar, tourists have to climb approximately 750 steps.

  1. Parshuram Temple

Parshurama Temple is a temple of Lord Parshurama. He is the sixth avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism.

  1. Lake Vaitarna

Lake Vaitarna is the most amazing sight especially during the monsoons when the water is overflowing. Lake Vaitarna is a lovely place. The place is situated in a very amazing location. This waterfall is great and beautiful

  1. Neel Parbat Overview

The Neel Parbat peak is located on the eastern side of the Brahmagiri Hills. The peak is popular for both trekking as well as pilgrimage. The Bilwa Tirtha, located in the Neel Parbat is one of the 5 tirthas included in the Panch Tirtha Yatra. There is a temple called Bilwakeshwar located in the northern part of Neel Parbat. One needs to climb 200 steps to reach the temple.

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