Laxmi Narasimha Temple
Constructed using black stones in the Peshwa architectural style, this temple took two decades to complete. It is situated at the meeting point of the Bhima and Nira rivers, adding a surreal ambiance and enhancing the temple's overall aura.
To safeguard the temple from foreign invasions, the original idol of Lord Narasimha was replaced with a duplicate due to concerns about Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. This intriguing history adds to the temple's allure. However, if you wish to witness magnificent celebrations during Hindu festivals, visit the temple during Vaishakha Navratra, where you can observe vibrant processions like Dahi Handi.