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About the walk

Named after the 'Lord of the sky', Ambarnath is the site of a very old Shaivite temple from the times of the Shilaharas. Dating back to the 9th century, this temple is one of the finest examples of the unique architecture of Maharashtra. Lord Shiva is the main theme of the carvings in the temple, which is replete with Hindu mythology.

Let’s keep one day aside to explore this architectural wonder.

 

This guided tour is free.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
09:15 am

Revisiting the Ancient Shiva Temple of Ambarnath

Led By

Dnyanada Kulkarni

Meeting Time

09:15 AM

Meeting point

Ambarnath Shiv Temple, Mumbai

Nearest Bus/Metro station

Ambarnath (Central Line Mumbai)

About the walk

Named after the 'Lord of the sky', Ambarnath is the site of a very old Shaivite temple from the times of the Shilaharas. Dating back to the 9th century, this temple is one of the finest examples of the unique architecture of Maharashtra. Lord Shiva is the main theme of the carvings in the temple, which is replete with Hindu mythology.

Let’s keep one day aside to explore this architectural wonder.

 

This guided tour is free.

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Please Note

  • Travel expenses to be borne by the participant. You can also take a rickshaw from Ambarnath Station (East).
  • No entry fee.
  • Photography allowed.
  • Wear light comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
  • Please carry caps or scarves, drinking water and light snacks (if needed).