Someshwar Temple Maharashtra is located in Nashik in the state of Maharashtra, India. According to Indian history, the divine shrine Someshwar Temple was constructed around 700 years ago, during the reign of Shivaji. This Temple is near the mighty River Godavari. This famous shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Every year lakhs of devotees visit this place to pay offerings to Lord Shiva. Someshwar Temple Maharashtra is open on weekends and also on public holidays. Recommended time to visit Someshwar Temple Maharashtra is between October to March.
Someshwar Temple Maharashtra is not only dedicated to Lord Shiva but also carries Lord Hanuman. The total premise of this temple is covered with natural greenery. The area which surrounds this temple is called Someshwar because of the presence of this temple. Because the temple lies near the Godavari, people come here to enjoy boating and swimming. The climate here is mostly pleasant hence the place is favored for many movie shootings.
Entry Fee: Free