Muktagiri


  • Muktagiri
    Muktagiri
    1 of 4 Photos
  • Muktagiri 2
    Muktagiri 2
    1 of 4 Photos
  • Muktagiri 3
    Muktagiri 3
    1 of 4 Photos
  • Muktagiri 4
    Muktagiri 4
    1 of 4 Photos

Introduction:

Muktagiri is near of Achalpur. Of prehistoric significance, there exists a temple here housing the idols of Jain deities. A magnificent fort on display is Balapur in the Akola District which is a beautiful tourist spot. Located between the two rivers Mana and Mhais, it is placed at a distance of 6 kms form the railway station. Lonar Lake is another attraction and takes pride in being the third natural salt-water lake in the world, with a diameter of 1800 meter.

The Naranala Fort is also worth giving a shot  located in the Akola district, it has been well maintained, possessing a fortress wall and beautiful bastions. Bhure Gajanan Devasthan is a very ancient temple constructed around 250 years back by Bhure Maharaj. Few of the other attractions here are the Shri Saibaba Temple and the Tekdi Ganapati Temple. The latter is located near the Nagpur railway station.

How this place named ‘Muktagiri’:

It is said that at the time when Samavsharan of 10th Teerthankar Bhagwan Sheetalnath arrived here, there was shower of pearls (Moti, Mukta). It is because of this shower of pearls the name of this holy place became Muktagiri.
 



add like button Service und Garantie

Leave Your Comments
Nagpur Attraction

Relegious Places

view all

Historical Places

view all

Nature & Parks

view all

Amusement Parks

view all

Important Places

view all