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Ahmednagar takes its name from Ahmad Nizam Shah I, who founded the town in 1494 on the site of a battlefield where he won a battle against superior Bahamani forces. Ahmednagar is a relatively small town and shows less development than the nearby western Maharashtra cities of Mumbai and Pune. Ahmednagar is home to 19 sugar factories and is also the birthplace of the cooperative movement.

Places to visit in Ahmednagar

  • Sandhan Valley: Sandhan valley is a beautiful carved valley in the magnificent Sahyadri mountain range, which is part of Western Ghats in Maharashtra. Surrounded with mighty and jaw-dropping mountains of Ratangad and Kalsubai

  • Amruteshwar Temple: Amruteshwar Temple is an intricately carved Shiva temple located in Ratanwadi this Temple is over 1200 years old.

  • Umbrella Falls: Umbrella Falls Bhandardara is a very nice location. few movies have been shot at this location when you visit Bhandardara.

  • Shri Siddhivinayak Temple: The temple is one of the Ashtavinayaka, the eight revered shrines of Ganesha in the Indian state of Maharashtra, and the only Ashtavinayaka shrine in Ahmednagar district.

  • Ahmednagar Fort: The Ahmednagar Fort is one of the most enthralling places to visit in Ahmednagar. This fort is a fine example of the architectural brilliance and prowess of the ancient natives of the place.

  • Cavalry Tank Museum: The Cavalry Tank Museum is a military museum and one of the most popular places to visit in Ahmednagar. It was established in 1994 by the Armoured Corps Centre and School

  • Tomb of Salabat Khan II: Salabat Khan II was a great statesman and a minister in the court of the 4th Nizam Shah Murtaza. Today, the spectacular tomb of Salabat Khan is one of the famous places to visit in Ahmednagar.

  • Damdi Masjid: While exploring the city, you must visit the Damdi Masjid, which is amongst the more enthralling yet underrated places to visit near Ahmednagar. The architectural brilliance of this masjid is undeniable.

Tour Packages From Ahmednagar

  • Ahmednagar to Shirdi

  • The home of great saint Sai Baba, Shirdi is a religious site close to Nashik with various temples apart from the famous Sai Baba temple and a few historical sites. Located in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, Shirdi holds strong importance as a holy and pilgrim place by Sai Baba devotees. The small town is filled with religious spots and activities which will soothe and calm your soul on its visit. The air here carries chants lingering with spirituality and the whole grandness about the same too will leave you spellbound.

    Approximate Distance -90 KMs

    The distance via Solapur - Dhule National highway is p>1hr 58Min

    (the exact time may vary depending on location & traffic scenario during the journey.)

  • Ahmednagar to Karjat

  • Blackbuck Sanctuary, also known as the Rehkuri Sanctuary is located at Ahmednagar city. Tourists can also avail the bus service, the nearest bus stand being the Walvad bus stand which is just 3 km from the sanctuary. Tourists can avail themselves of cab service to reach the place.

    Approximate Distance - 90 KMs

    The distance via Beed - Ahmednagar - Pune Rd is 1hr 48Min (the exact time may vary depending on location & traffic scenario during the journey.)

  • Ahmednagar to Pedgaon Fort and Temples

  • Pedgaon is a small village in the Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra on the bank of the Bhima river. The village consists of one fort known as Fort of Pedgaon or Bahadurgad is now Dharmaveergad. Fort is in total ruins. It contains one building known as Mastani Mahal. There are five temples in the fort, two of which are known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple and Baleshwar Temple.

    Approximate Distance - 80 KMs

    The distance is 1hr 53Min (the exact time may vary depending on location & traffic scenario during the journey.)

  • Ahmednagar to Siddhivinayak Temple, Siddhatek

  • One of the beloved gods, venerated amongst Hindus is the elephant-headed god Ganesha. The god of wisdom is the presiding deity at the Siddhivinayak Temple, located around 89 km from Ahmednagar. Ashtavinayaka consists of eight shrines dedicated to Lord Ganesha of which Siddhivinayak temple is one.

    Approximate Distance - 90 KMs

    The distance is 2hr 15Min (the exact time may vary depending on location & traffic scenario during the journey.)

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