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An ancient temple, god bless... Mahalakshmi Temple of Kolhapur in Maharashtra, India, is one of the 108 Shakti Peethas listed in various puranas of Hinduism. The temple is of special religious significance and is considered to be a place where Shakti (goddess of empowerment) manifests and as one of only six sacred houses of Shakti...More
1. The temple's actual name is Ambabai Temple. It can get confusing when you're trying to locate it on Google maps as Mahalakshmi Temple because Google Map shows it as Ambabai temple.
2. Early morning visits are the best because of no crowds. We had...More
Jakanachari worlds best Sculptor constructed this temple more than 1500 years old you go round this temple clockwise 108 times to get blessings for your siblings also. The temple has a fascinating real history you can get from temple office the full storey please record...More
Ancient Temple and considered to be very powerful. Heavily crowded most of the time but there are some window period during the year, like, monsoon time, just before or after a festival season. Preferable to visit during those time. Make sure you sacrifice your sleep...More
This is a famous one and only one place where Maa lakshi stays. as per hindu mythology. The inner soul get purified by the simple darshan of Mata Laxshi aslo known as ambadevi. With peaceful internal surrounding embedded in beautifully crafted pillars maa lakshmi temple...More
What I liked:
The Mahalaxmi idol & the stone carvings are really beautiful.
What needs improvement:
The walk from car park to the temple can be troublesome. The distance itself is not great but you have to wade through roads which are crowded with people...More