About Kolhapur

Kolhapur is a city on the banks of the Panchaganga River, in the west Indian of Maharashtra State.
It’s famous for its temples, like the ancient Mahalakshmi Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site. The Bhavani Mandap is an imposing old palace with a small museum displaying stuffed wild animals.
Close by, Rankala Lake is surrounded by gardens. The hilltop Jyotiba Temple complex is on the city's outskirts..

  Mahalaxmi Temple

Mahalakshmi Temple, an ancient temple in Kolhapur, is dedicated to the Goddess of prosperity Mahalaxmi, locally known as Goddess Amba Bai.

  Rankala Lake

This wide and spacious lake is so called because at its centre lies the temple of Rankabhairav. Legend has it that a golden temple is submerged under the temple of Rankabhairav

  New Palace

New Palace is located in Kolhapur. Built in 1884, it is also known as the Maharaja's New Place. Major Mant designed the palace.

  Shalini Palace

Built with intricate carvings of black stone and Italian marble and armed with decorative wooden doorways, Hotel Shalini Palace is a picture of elegance and grandeur..

  Town Hall

Kolhapur town hall The Kolhapur town hall adds to the splendor of the city. The neo-gothic building was erected during 1872-1876 by Charles Mant.

  Khasbaug Maidan

Traditional wrestling or kusti has been patronized by the people of Kolhapur since many years.


Fort Panhala

Panhala fort (also known as Panhalgad), 20 kilometres northwest of Kolhapur in Maharashtra. It is strategically located looking over a pass in the Sahyadri mountain range which was a major trade route from Bijapur in the interior of Maharashtra to the coastal areas. Due to its strategic location, it was the centre of several skirmishes in the Deccan involving the Marathas, the Mughals and the British East India Company, the most notable being the Battle of Pavan Khind. The history of Panhala Fort is also the history of the Marathas. There are innumerable places of interest, each with its haunting anecdotes.


Jotiba Temple

Jyotiba Temple is a holy site of Hinduism near Wadi Ratnagiri in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra state.
Jyotiba temple is an important Hindu religious destination located at an altitude of 3124 feet above sea level in the Panhala range of Maharashstra.

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