Do not miss on the eternally beautiful temples located in the vicinity of Tuljabhavani Temple.
In this temple, when you enter through King Sahaji Raje darwaja, you will find this huge pilgrim (Teerth) made of stones standing stiff and steady. This Teerth hold great importance since, the 108 pandits were asked to stay on this Teerth by Bramhadev. This led to the merger of all the precious rivers, which was then named as Kallol Teerth.
The Paapnash Teerth is situated on the south direction of the Balaghat Dongar where Tuljabhavani Mandir and Tuljapur city resides. This is one of the best tourist attractions with natural surroundings and an interesting historical place.
The Bhartibuacha Matha is located on the west side of Tuljabhavani Mandir. To visit this ancient and historical place, one needs to go through the Shivaji Darwaja, behind the Tuljabhavani Mandir. Then, the Aradhwadi is crossed, after which you will find the Matha.
Kalbhairav or the Tolbhairav was constructed by Lord Shankar. Along with him, Tulja Bhavani, Devi Mahishasur and their army, had come to fight the war. In this war, the very powerful kalbhairav had successfully killed several monsters. For his great work and memories to keep alive the memories, the residing folks had built a Kalbhairav Mandir on the mountain which was located on south direction of the Bhavani Mandir. To visit this adorable temple, one will have to go through the Bhavani Mandir and move out from Shivaji Darwaja to the left side. Later, to move towards Temple, you will find some steps made of stones with Vakoji Bua's Math, Nagzari Kund. On entering, you will be amazed to watch the Kalbhairav's statue huge and fiery. The puja and rituals regularly go on in this temple and every year on Diwali, the Bhandoli festival is celebrated with enthusiasm.
In the ancient period, there used to live a Sage named Markandya on the Yamunachal. He used to keep all kinds of animals in his hermitage. Once, a herd of cows got stuck on the way and were in trouble causing disturbance in crossing. Markandya then shifted the blockage and threw it elsewhere. Lord Ram comes in the place with Goddess Sita, where Ravan kidnaps her and takes her to this place. Lord Ram and Sita then appear in the area, where Ravan comes and takes away Sita. This is the place where Sita is brought by Ravan and Ram visits in her search. While there was a conversation between Lord Shankar and Goddess Parvati, Parvati wished to interfere this scene by false depiction of Sita in the blockage thrown by Markandya. Lord Ram came to know about this and therefore, this place is popular by this incident and got the name Ghatsheel.
On the west side of the Tuljapur city, near some distance of the Ghatshir mountain you will find this ancient Mahadev Mandir. The temple is the most adored place with the attraction of Shivling and a river in front. With this abundance natural atmosphere, the place is loved by one and all. Experience the very pleasing birds chirping and tweeting noises with the dancing peacock and the regular pujas.