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SARKAR rated 5/5
2 months ago
Hindu goddess Tulja Bhavani temple, holy Place and of the shaktipeeth in Maharashtra. Lots of devotees visits everyday. If you are interested in old architecture then this place is perfect for your visit. But I want to aware you, there are lots of people are interested in your money. So take care no one going make you fool. You can simply check their website for your Pooja and accommodation. And stay away from brokers.
SmartClass rated 5/5
a month ago
Cleanliness has improved a lot as compared to my previous visit way back in 2002. Also many good developments have taken place.
Tushar Zinjad rated 5/5
a month ago
This is 12th century temple built in rocks. We can experience positive atmosphere here. This is developing place and many more thing need to develop. For entry you need to take pass which is free and also paid pass available for fast route "Darshan".
Aditya Wagh rated 4/5
a month ago
Holy place and an ancient place. Always feel blessed whenever I visit this place with my family. However, nowadays, most of the people are always asking for money and then we'll take you for quick darshan and it has become a business. For each thing, they are asking for money. People visit Tuljapur from all parts of the country, so please do take care of them. So, it's my request to the management that you should stop the people who are using this holy place for business. I would suggest the management staff to give attention to the cleanliness of the temple because it not up to the mark.
Ashish Sarode rated 5/5
a month ago
Excellent old temple. Please note: Pass is must before entering the temple. Pass is provided free of cost - paid option is also available. If you have elderly person or handicap person with you then that person can get special stamp on the free pass and security person would take this person by special route for convenience.
Aniruddha Balwan rated 5/5
a month ago
Very old temple of deity Tulja Bhavani..Its very famous temple. People from entire Maharashtra come to worship and seek blessings.
Pratik rated 5/5
a month ago
It's mandatory to create Darshan Pass first. Try to visit on weekdays evening. Many PG available for stay. Parking area is big enough.
Venkateshwarlu Gudur rated 5/5
a month ago
Maharashtra's kula Devi, Tuljai. A very good temple. One must visit. All the days, 12 months is good to visit. Nearby there are lodges and social-welfare houses. But could be improved. Very nice place.
Tejaswini Pawar rated 5/5
a month ago
One of the 3 power of godess Mahalaxmi... Always feel enlighten and calm when I visit temple. It is more more managed and getting systematic then before..now a day then have introduced of proving pass for each person to enter temple where your image is scanned for security purposes.
Pratik Survase rated 4/5
4 months ago
Extremely peaceful place. Lots of visitors. A bit lacking in cleanliness outside the temple. But still very nice place. Very important from a historical point of view. Will learn a lot about maratha history from this place.
Gaurav Sawant rated 3/5
3 months ago
The temple is heavenly without doubt. You feel at peace. Whether you are a Shivaji Maharaj fan or not you must visit this temple. A prominent place in the Maratha history 🙏 I must say the overall ambience and administration has improved but there is surely scope for improvement. Make sure you book hotels for stay having parking options because now they have made one ways near the temple forcing you to park vehicles far off.
Anuja Marathe rated 5/5
a month ago
This is holy Hindu temple located in Maharashtra. People from all over country come to pray and a look of goodness "" TULJABHAVANI"" though for seconds. People wait for hours in line which shows their faith... It's a nice cool atmosphered temple....
Dr R K Hibare rated 5/5
a month ago
Great Great,. All our wish are full filled, Lots of improvement are done, It's nature's beauty It's on hills (Ghatshila), Definitely you must visit
Megha Salunke rated 5/5
a month ago
It's one of the best Religious places in India, very nice beautiful and old temple. Happy to go there..
Sim T rated 5/5
a month ago
Very very very good place ...Best suggested to go with a paid pass which costs ₹100..Very less time consumed..
Avinash Panday rated 5/5
2 months ago
Get a chance to visit the goddess from very close.. just need to bring a saree with you and get her blessings on her feet... The place is well managed and people are cooperative
Yogesh Kapadi rated 5/5
2 months ago
I visited here in the evening and saw some amazing things like birds continuously chirping and to clean yourself before entering the temple there's a proper underground cleaning washing yourself facility and to enjoy a proper view of the temple they have made a stadium type seating arrangement. Enjoyed :)
Vijendra Shelke rated 5/5
a month ago
One of the most important Spiritual Places in Maharashtra gives you feeling of being Blessed once you Visit this place. Also has its Historical Importance in Maharashtra, Maharashtrains are connected to this place from their Souls....
Sandhya Alakunta rated 5/5
a month ago
Absolute and correct navigation by Google helped me reach my destination and the temple was so beautiful that every person must and should visit it
SHRIKIRTY Kalaskar rated 5/5
a month ago
Went during non peak season.. so it took just 30 min to complete the darshan. Better to visit early morning...
Harindra Kumar rated 4/5
2 months ago
Spiritual visit. Arrangements were good. There are temple appointed pandits for special Pooja's. Special entry is also available for a ticket of Rs. 100. It can be more organized on festive days. The hygiene around the temple needs improvement. Pigs and stray dogs around the access roads is not nice.
Atharva Swami rated 5/5
2 months ago
One of the most holy place. Nice to be here. Just visit and relax fall in Devotion.
Aditya Patil rated 5/5
2 months ago
The temple is more than hundred years old . the recently have started a new scheme of getting coupons in order to have darshan they will click your photo while giving the coupon. They have maintained a quite good arrangement to take the . There is also special arrangement for disabled people to take direct darshan which is a good initiative. You can also shop for various things located outside the temple and which also and beauty to temple while at night.
Ramesh .R rated 5/5
a month ago
Holy place. We entered back side of the temple by the guidance of google maps so check local people before you leave your car if you don’t know the place. Tuesday’s and Fridays heavily crowded so plan accordingly there is special ticket counters also pujaris are arrange access by getting bribes
Sambhaji Darkunde rated 3/5
4 weeks ago
It is holy place of Hindus. But some people in the uniform of poojari are there who demand money from newcomers for providing them 'Mukh Darshan' which is actually free of cost.. It should be stopped.
Kiran R M rated 5/5
a month ago
Sacred holy place visit for blessings of tuljabhavani. Management should curb the touts making money inside the darshan Q complex who trap pilgrims into parting 500/- per person for darshan by allowing them to jump or squeeze in through the railings. When I objected the person who was allowing told me it's no use complaining do what you want this is a regular system here.
NIRANJAN KESKAR rated 4/5
2 months ago
The temple is clean and tidy and not like as it used to be earlier. Good arrangements and facilities for darshan have been made.
Manisah Sah rated 5/5
a month ago
We had good darshan. We went through the queue of ₹100 per head. There are many Poojaries to guide and help.
Pooja Patel rated 2/5
5 months ago
Giving 2 star only.. Just because of rush... Not proper arrangement is done for Pilgrims coming to visit temple... Cleanness is Zero... Very Smelly... Planing to visit this place then will recommend to go off season... Cause in rush you wont enjoy.. proper ventilation is also not there... And no proper arrangements for fan...
Traveller Sush_beats rated 5/5
2 months ago
tuljabhavani temple is also beautiful temple. Where temple is downstairs surrounded little fortification. And beautiful main gate.
Sudeep Euturi rated 5/5
a month ago
Good... But don't get fooled by priest out saying special darshan etc. Go directly.buy tickets.
Sameer Sonawane rated 5/5
2 months ago
Yes the Hindu temple is Maharaj shiv chatrapati family god and also all Maharashtra family God.. the main temple is very unique and the God statue it's also unique... But the parking area and temple outside area it's not clean.. you must visit there it's very blessed place... Nice
Onkar Bhalerao rated 5/5
a month ago
I just love this place My all prayers are listened here only
Shardul Sahane rated 2/5
4 weeks ago
Very Congested.. Adequate parking not available... Beggars and hawkers harras and abuse.. be careful..
Sachin Dhaygude rated 5/5
a month ago
Visited on Sunday.. Very crowded.. Entry is free . With Free pass process.. Walkable distance from ST Stand
Swati Patil rated 5/5
a month ago
Good arrangements, crowd is managed well. Gets complete satisfaction of darshan in normal course of time.
BHAVESH Khilare rated 5/5
a month ago
Giving 5 star for god place, but TRUST MANAGEMENT IS NOT GOOD AT ALL.
Nikhil Patel rated 4/5
4 weeks ago
Good place of hindu to worship. Good security and arrangments by the officials for managing people and crowd. The cleaning can be improved in the temple and the near by area for a better appearance and better feel. Many shops near by to buy sweets and restaurants to have a good meal. Yevle tea shop near by servers great tea, a must try. Jai Maa Tulja Bhavani.
NMV Nagpur Madhyamik Vinod rated 5/5
4 weeks ago
Maa Tuljabhavani Temple has unique beauty and darshan of Maa sooths your heart
Dattaprasad Puranik rated 5/5
a month ago
Shraddhsthan of crore + people of Maharashtra u0026 other states of India. After Darshan feeled blessed
Nagesh Galande rated 5/5
a month ago
Tulja bhavani temple is most historic touch . Lots of people come from maharashtra,karnataka and tamilnadu state.
Shon Pokharkar rated 4/5
a month ago
Temple is clean along with good security. You need to have an entry pass even for free mukh darshan. All pujaris are just bothered about Abhishek Pooja and very few people are helping with queries that asked. Avoid shopping from outside shopkeepers as their rates are pretty high.
Pallavi Chandimani rated 4/5
a month ago
I like the architectural construct of the temple ...temple is beautiful Only wish the surrounding was more hygenic and clean
Sachin Patil rated 5/5
a month ago
The temple is really an energy booster. The idol is very beautiful and the decor of the godess does not allow to take out our site of her. The temple premises needs to be more clean. The harrasment by the Poojary inside and outside the temple asking for money should completely be stopped. Cleanliness is must. The vendors and beggers outside the temples should be relocated.
Ajinkya Chanshetty rated 5/5
a month ago
One of the ancient temples of maharashtra culture, built by Chatrapati Shivaji maharaj, for the goddess Tulja Bhavani Mata. It's very much crowded all the time. The management committee of this temple has arranged some passes for the security reasons. Every single has to go through the process of scanned figure prints and photo to be recorded. Beware from the agents who ask you to perform rituals for some heavy amount of money. They will ask you 500 to 2000 rs for direct visit to the temple out of the queue. Don't fall for them, it's a million dollar market in the name of faith and belief. Don't be irrational and superstitious to do anything that will lead to good luck or bad luck. There's nothing like that, you just have to be good and pure at heart to bow down to the greatest power of the universe in the form of God. There's nothing like they will harm you and piss you off if you don't follow them. Be realistic and scientific to your thoughts.
Pavan Kumar Dadhich rated 5/5
a month ago
A very strong spiritual experience and a hjgh gain of possitive energy Jagadamb
Mangesh Narkar rated 5/5
2 months ago
Tulja bhavani temple was the great experience for me it is the great place for worship lots of people come here from so many places it is always full of crowd this temple greatly refresh our mind 👍
Bhushan Warad rated 5/5
a month ago
Goddess Tuljabhavani is Kulswamini of Maharashtrians. She gives power and an inspiration to her followers. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj were Tuljabhavani's follower. This temple have seen many invasions in medival history of Maharashtra. Afzal Khan's (Adilshahi Sardar) attack on this temple is well known to all of us. Temple architectural point of view, this temple is consist of Sanctum, Antaral and Sabha Mandap. Pillars of Sabha Mandapa's are beautifully carved with Hindu Puran stories. Personally I feel this a typical Chalukyan Temple Architecture however experts may have different an opinion.
Shruti Mahamuni rated 4/5
a month ago
Parking available Passes(starts from rs 100) as per your wish and wants. On Solpaur osmanabaad highway. 20min from solapur university. 20 mins from osmanabaad
Krishna Reddy rated 5/5
a month ago
Divine place on Tuesday more crowded. Jai bhavani mata ki .
Rohit More rated 5/5
a month ago
Tulja Bhavani Mata Temple is a Hindu Temple Dedicated to The Goddess Bhavani (Durga Or Parvati). It is located In Tuljapur in Osmanabad District of Maharashtra and is Considered as One of The 51 Shakti Pithas. The Second Among The 'Shaktipeeths' is Tulja Bhavani of Tuljapur.🙏🏻
Balu Yelmule rated 5/5
a month ago
Itwas just osem place to planing a trip with family or Friends i love it the place I am visit the place yesterday
Saurabh Dhakite rated 4/5
a month ago
Nice place but if you want to opt for an 'Abhishek' you need to reach here asa early as 5am as the que is so long it would take like 4-5 hours for it. Also the Abhishek tickets are also available at a facility which is near the temple which is hided by the pandits of the lodges and hotels. However you should ask every pandit about ticket he would guide you to the centre while some may not as they are involved in a group. Overall the place is nice and if you don't want to opt for any special puja and just paying a visit then no need to worry, you can visit any time. Nice Environment here.
Suresh Kolekar rated 5/5
a month ago
A historic temple in tuljapur. Bhawani mata mandir. free pass avilable for every people for darshan.
Ketan Gandhi rated 5/5
5 months ago
A device place to visit. Very clean temple and well managed by the administrative team. Free queue can take max. 3 hrs based on the crowd to min. of 1.5 hrs during off season. Do not entertain any so called prerists outside nor pay anything for direct visit
Vivek Bhalerao rated 4/5
a month ago
I could get Darshan very easily as it wasn't crowded that day due to Holi
Omkar Sharma rated 3/5
a month ago
Bhavan'i devi Temple, in a Shivaji Raje Kila, neat and clean but people living here doesn't keep good environment, also the store and stawlers loot people, you really need to be a good bargainer..
Prasad Gaikwad rated 5/5
a month ago
Worship of lady God which is known as Tulja Bhawani, this is a religious place of Maharashtra and Marathi people, as Tulja Bhawani Mata is the Kul Devi for many of the people around the various casts and regions of Maharashtra state. Many people around the Nation comes to worship Devi Tulja Bhawani as it is One Of The SHAKTI PEETH of Sati devi, from which 3 Shakti peeth are there in Maharashtra and Tulja Bhawani mata Is One of the shakti peeth. Temple management is good.
Nilesh Mhaske rated 5/5
a month ago
My favourite place but take care form local people who are stay here.
Hemant Aldangadi rated 5/5
4 months ago
Blissful, very well maintained, clean and crowd management is good. Still the pandits make money on the side as always, try and influence you. The outside place is now which need work, proper approach road, parking facilities, etc. It's a must visit place.
Lax Bat rated 4/5
2 months ago
A historic place teeming with devotees. Big queues - takes average of 3-4 hours for free darshan. Also has paid darshan at Rs. 100/- per Head which takes an average of one hour but takes you directly in front of the diety. Car parking is quite far from the Temple and the Temple environs are quite unclean. Need more disciplined entry and crowd control.
Prince Waichal rated 5/5
2 months ago
During weekdays, the crowd is very less and visiting the temple is relatively reliving as compared to other times. One suggestion I'd share is don't pay any of the priest for quick "darshan" go with the free one. That way, you'll be able to inside the core temple.
Shailesh More rated 3/5
a month ago
Devotees favourite place in maharashtra situated 30 km near solapur city temple is heritage, just need to improve service from employees and firm parking area to be devlope
Manikanta Kottakota rated 4/5
a month ago
Nice temple ...you have take entry pass free or paid one are available
Pushkar Karande rated 5/5
a month ago
Felt Blessed at the holy temple of Tulja Bhawani Aai at Tuljapur Maharashtra. A good access highway and lots of small lodging facilities to stay near car parking area.
CHETAN DAFE rated 5/5
a month ago
Oldest temple best place to visit whole architecture is amazing private accomodation is available not Mandir trust
NS Mani rated 3/5
2 months ago
Heavy rush, probably being Sunday. Very badly managed: fans, exhaust fans were not put on although they were functioning. May Tulja Bhavani prevail on them to do good things at the right time.
Dipendra Pednekar rated 5/5
4 weeks ago
Nice cool place just be aware of the people who will be in dess of bhatji
Prathamesh More rated 5/5
a month ago
Great experiance...!!! Loved it we r going by bike from latur and reached their at 5 Am At morning time you feel so positive and fresh This temple is 450 years ago and i think biud by shahaji raje you have to visit their and experiance great experiance
Akash Kapadi rated 5/5
2 months ago
The best temple I’ve been on , beautiful place .entrance to birds chirping . Just that the idol is far . But worth going . Ask me more if you want .
Happy Hanu rated 4/5
4 weeks ago
Temple is beautiful and holy atmosphere for a religious people. Felt touched, the people working in the temple are rude and they don't talk to people nicely.
Dr SUMEET SHARMA rated 5/5
a month ago
Very powerful temple secret of Shivaji being powerful fighter is this temple Devi appeared in front of him and blessed him
DHANANJAY REWATKAR rated 5/5
4 months ago
A temple of Hindu Goddess Tulja Bhavani mata 🙏🙏. The temple environment is so pleasant and fresh. It gives you positive vibes and it's also a good spot for family trip. Visit it once.
Aditya Kabra rated 2/5
a month ago
2 stars just for the management of the temple. Very unorganized. Stay away from fast darshan schemes. Only enjoyed the darshan. Autowalas are very helpful, even they will tell you to don't opt for any fast darshan schemes.
Yogesh K rated 5/5
a month ago
The best and powerful temple in the world u must visit and experience the feel of positive vibes
Akash Mali rated 5/5
a month ago
Tuljabhavani Temple (Marathi - श्री क्षेत्र तुळजा भवानी देवस्थान) is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Bhavani(Durga Or Parvati).It is located in Tuljapur in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra and is considered as one of the 51 Shakti Pithas. It is situated 45 km from Solapur.The temple was built in c. 12th century CE. The second among the 'Shaktipeeths' is Tulja Bhavani of Tuljapur. It is the family deity of the Bhosale Royal family, the Yadavs and of countless numbers of families belonging to different castes. The great ruler u0026 founder of the Maratha kingdom, Chhtrapati Shivaji Maharaj visited the temple as he was a prominent devotee of her, people believe that the Goddess gifted him a sword - 'The Bhawani Talwar' - to succeed in his expeditions.Tulaja word indicates to an old Hindu monastery at Tolaja village in present Rawalpindi division of Pakistan.
Rohini Kute rated 5/5
a month ago
The very auspicious place. People worship Maa Bhavani whole heartedly.
Shikha Agarwal rated 4/5
a month ago
This place has a historic significance.. It is said that Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was handed over his sword by Maa Tulja Bhavani at this place.
Devendra Kamdar rated 5/5
a month ago
Temple is of Adishakti worshipped by Maharashtra people, lots of Donation received but no facility for stay like Bhaktniwas and Annakshetra by temple authority, they should learn from the nearby Temple of Swami Samarth at Akkalkot.Tuljapur trust is managed by collector inspite of that there is big question that where the Donation money goes.
Biketravller_bhim rated 5/5
a month ago
Tuljabhavani Temple (Marathi: श्री क्षेत्र तुळजा भवानी देवस्थान) is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Bhavani(Durga Or Parvati).It is located in Tuljapur in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra and is considered as one of the 51 Shakti Pithas. It is situated 45 km from Solapur.The temple was built in c. 12th century CE. The second among the 'Shaktipeeths' is Tulja Bhavani of Tuljapur. It is the family deity of the Bhosale Royal family, the Yadavs and of countless numbers of families belonging to different castes. The great ruler u0026 founder of the Maratha kingdom, Chhtrapati Shivaji Maharaj visited the temple as he was a prominent devotee of her, people believe that the Goddess gifted him a sword - 'The Bhawani Talwar' - to succeed in his expeditions.Tulaja word indicates to an old Hindu monastery at Tolaja village in present Rawalpindi division of Pakistan.
Tejal Patil rated 5/5
a month ago
Temple is dedicated to goddess Aai Tuljabhavni -Kulswamini of maharashtra...Temple is located in tuljapur osmanabad district...Rush in festivals u0026 weekends..you have to collect free pass before enter in temple.
Devdatta Vaidya rated 5/5
4 months ago
आई भवानी. Very beautiful temple and a huge one. Beautiful face of the Goddess and one of the oldest temples of India which is worshipped very frequently
Prakash Patil rated 1/5
a month ago
Historical Goddess Tulajabhawani temple, it is said that she donated the world fame "Bhawani Talawar" to Shri Shivaji Maharaj of whome she is "kuladaivat"
Sachin Kharat rated 5/5
a month ago
Weekday travel with relatively less traffic and crowd at the temple... Recommend to opt for paid Darshan to have more time enjoying the temple premise and sanctity of the place
Manjunath Gouda rated 5/5
4 weeks ago
Jai mata di love this place
AMOL SOMWANSHI rated 5/5
a month ago
One of the historic places in india History of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is related with this place
Shreyas R rated 5/5
2 months ago
Bhavani mata ki jai! Loved the place and the serene atmosphere around the temple premises. A must visit place definitely!
Guruparasad M Anweri rated 4/5
3 months ago
Beautiful temple, well maintained. Visited this place with my parents had a great time, all you feel is positive vibes. Highly recommend this place if you are visiting solapur, it's just 45-50 km from solapur.
Shivakumar Shivamogga rated 5/5
2 months ago
The place is holy and most important powerful place. Only by visiting and praying Maata-raani one can experience
Tejaswi Kamble rated 5/5
a month ago
Easy to reach, very beautiful mandir. person will feel very blissful and blessed after darshan of goddess Tulaja Bhawani.
Being Real rated 4/5
a month ago
Historical place in india , situated in Tuljapur ,it is beautiful temple and nice location, hotels,lodges available there for pilgrims
Yogesh rated 2/5
2 months ago
Temple was is very good But not for stay all facilities are too costly So dont stay there in lodge Shirdi is better than for stay at night or day with family,couples
Sushil Shah rated 5/5
2 months ago
It was awesome the temple has its own importance the whole surrounding of the Temple has its spiritual benefits the blessings of Tulja bhavani is always there
Jaswinder Singh rated 3/5
5 months ago
If you have money you can get close to the statue of deity. Like even goddess is on sale and only rich people have the right to worship them closely. What about poors, those living on the margins? Someone who do not have money? Even the God is far from them.
Ruthik Jadhav rated 4/5
2 months ago
Devotee place for Hindu especially for the people of Maharashtra . This temple is one of the '3 and half Shakti Perth of devi' . This place gives a great internal peace .
VINAYAK MAHAJAN rated 5/5
a month ago
The second among the 'Shaktipeeths' is Tulja Bhavani mata... Great temple to visit...temple management and security is best...may bhavani mata bless u all🙏🙏
Vishal Bhandare rated 3/5
2 months ago
Finally Maharashtra Temples are getting better, they started photo coupon system which will help to control crowd
Vinayak Winner rated 4/5
4 months ago
Very beautiful place, but very much commercialized by many of the pandits. If you managed to reach around 5 to 6 am rush will be less. Avoid visiting on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Harish Deshpande rated 5/5
a month ago
Adequately managed Temple with historical importance. Best visited early morning.
Manish Kumar rated 5/5
a month ago
Shakti peetam is amazing.. there are 2 entrances one from back side and another from front side.. entry is possible from both ways . But if you have to take tickets for dharshan then only main entrance is the right way (where all shops and ticket counter is there) else one will have to go all the way to front again to get the tickets.. for special dharshan all the members needs to go to the ticket counter, one person cannot take tickets for all the family members.. special dharshan took 10mins on our regular weekday.. Amma is very very powerful and one of the Shakti peetam... This name is one of names in lalitha sahasranamam, the most powerful stotra of Amma..