Ahmednagar, one of the most visited historical cities of India that lies in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. Geographically, this city is not very expansive but it boasts a glorious history which dates back to 240 B.C. This city is located on the banks of the Sina River and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Ahmednagar is a picturesque city that is considered by many as an ideal spot for vacationing.

Ahmednagar is located at a distance of about 120 km northeast of Pune and 300 km east of Mumbai. The city is named after its founder Ahmed Shah. This city has the distinction of being one of the greenest urban areas of the country. Marathi is the prime language that is spoken in and around the region. However, the locals are fluent in Hindi as well. Chand Bibi's Mahal, Ahmednagar Fort and several other historically and architecturally significant monuments are among the prime attractions of this place that lure people from all around the country.

Sai Baba Mandir

Shirdi is a town and falls under the jurisdiction of municipal council popularly known as Shirdi Nagar Panchayat, located in Rahata Tehasil in Ahmednagar District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is accessible via the Ahmednagar - Manmad State Highway No.10, approximately 83 km from Ahmednagar and 15 km from Kopargaon. It is located 185 km east of the Western Seashore line (the Ahmednagar - Manmad road), which is a very busy route. Shirdi is best known as the late 19th century home of the popular guru Shirdi Sai Baba. It is one of the richest temple organisations.


Shani Shingnapur is a village where there are no door frames and locks in homes. Natives believe that Shani Dev protect them and their houses from any kind of theft or crime. The village is visited by devotees as well as tourists on Shani Amavasya or no moon day falling on Saturdays. A temple is dedicated to Lord Shani and the idol enshrined is a slab of the rock. The premises of the temple have a tomb of Udasi Baba, a Sufi saint.


where the samadhi (tomb) of the spiritual master Meher Baba is a place of pilgrimage, visited by thousands each year, particularly on the anniversary of his death, Amartithi. His later residence was at Meherazad (near Pimpalgaon village), approximately nine miles north of Ahmednagar.

Vishal Ganpati Mandir

Shri Vishal Ganapati Temple at Maliwada is located at a distance of around 2 km from the district headquarters. Accessible on foot, the temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the gram devta of the region. The 11 ft high idol of Lord Ganesha is enshrined in the temple.

Chand Bibi Palace

The place is actually Salabat Khan Tomb, it is a three-storey structure made of solid stone. It is 13km from Ahmednagar city. Situated on the top of a hill, it has a view of the city lights at night. The structure is very strong. It was belief tha the structure was planned to be seven-storey but could be done till there-storey only. It is visible from almost anywhere in Ahmednagar City.

Renuka/Durga Goddess Temple

This temple is located in Kedgaon (around 3 km from Ahmednagar Railway Station, 5 km from Ahmednagar ST bus-stand) which is near Nagar-Pune highway Navaratri festival is a celebration of nine nights of battle between the Goddess Durga and demon-king Mahishasura. Eventually Goddess Durga killed Mahishasura on the ninth night and thus the festival signifies the triumph of good over evil.


Alamgir is situated near Bhingar on Pathardi road. Aurangzeb died at the age of 91 at the very same place, his body was taken to Khultabad, near Aurangabad and buried there.

Ahmednagar Fort

The fort was built by Ahmed Nizam Shah. India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru wrote a book The Discovery of India in this fort when he was detained by the British in 1942.

Rehekuri Blackbuck Sanctuary

This is situated in Karjat taluka in Ahmednagar district. The area of the sanctuary is 2.17 km.


Baleshwar Temple, Temple of Laxmi Narayan Trimbakji Dengale's Wada : Nimgaojali, a small village in Sangamner taluka of Ahmednagar district, came into limelight in the last phase of the Maratha empire Trimbakji's spacious wada has now lost its former glory. Some of the portions of this two-centuries old structure are in dilapidated condition. The seventh or the eighth generation descendants of Trimbakji are now residing in this Wada.


Radha Krishna Temple built by Shri. Narayan Prasad Tiwari with the help of local people in 1942. Post independence, this temple was taken over by Indian Army.

Shri Datta Devasthan Trust, Vedantnagar

Sadguru Shri Ramakrishna Saraswati Swamiji founded Shri Datta Devasthan Trust in 1974 at Ahmednagar in Maharashtra, with a view to protect and preserve the Vedic Traditions and Vedic culture. The trust runs a gurukul university for vedic education called "Vedant Vidyapeetham"


Samadhi Temple of Shri Sant Nilobaraya, in Parner Taluka, 2 km west of Ralegan Sindhi, Parner Taluka. Also called Prati Pandharpur. Every Ekadashi, thousands of devotees visit this place chanting Abhangas.


In Buhranagar, there is a Goddess Temple (Goddess named AMBABAI). It is near about 5 km from Ahmednagar city. Buhranagar is also called as AMBIKANAGAR. This temple is of great importance to people from Ahmednagar.


is beautiful temple of Lord Dattatreya in Devgad [9] of Ahmednagar district. Many people visit this temple to take blessings of Lord Dattatreya and Kisangiri Maharaj. For more information, you can visit Deogad.com