Aundha Nagnath

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Aundha Naganath is a town and a tehsil in Basmat Subdivision of Hingoli district in Marathwada region of the Indian state of Maharashtra. The town is located about 64 km north west of the famous Sikh Takhat, Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib at Nanded. There is famous Temple of Lord Shiva which was visited by Bhagat Namdev. See Bhagat Namdev at the Temple.

A pilgrim centre of great significance, since it is considered to be the first (aadya) of the 12 Jyotirlingas in the country. Apart from this honour, the temple of Nagnath has exquisite carvings. Nanded, 64 km. by road from Aundha, is famous for the Sachkhand Hazur Sahib Gurdwara where Guru Gobind Singh's ashes are buried.

Getting there :

By Air : Aurangabad, 210 km is a convenient airport.

By Rail : Chondi, 21 km. is the convenient railhead, Mumbai - Chondi, 614 km.

By Road : Mumbai-Aundha, 579 km, Nagpur-Aundha, 359 km, Aurangabad - Aundha, 210 km, Parbhani - Aundha, 50 km. State Transport buses ply from Nanded, Parbhani, Chondi to Aundha.

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