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Akkalkot (24 km):
Once the centre of power of a princely state of the same name, Akkalkot is known for the Samadhi of 19th century saint Shri Swami Samarth, considered to be one of the four incarnations of Dattatreya.

Ganagapur (115 km):
Located in Afzalpur taluka in Gulbarga District in the neighbouring state of Karnataka, this place is famous for the sacred shrine of Sri Narasimha Saraswati.

Tuljapur (45 km):
The most important Shaktipeeth of Maharashtra, Tuljapur is famous for the sacred shrine of Goddess Bhavani, the “Kul-Swamini” or founder goddess of Maharashtra. Other important shrines in Tuljapur are the Goumukh, Matangi Nagzari, Bhavani Shankar, Mankavate, Bara-linga, Papanasi and Kalabhairav temples.

Sawargaon (32 km):
Sawargaon village is famous for its temples dedicated to Parsvanath, the 23rd Jain Tirthankar, Tukai, Mallikarjuna and Nagoba.

Osmanabad (66 km):
If you want to delve deep into the historical past, Osmanabad should be your port of call for its ancient monuments and archaeological finds. Sights of attraction in and around Osmanabad include the tomb of Hazrat Shamsuddin Gaazi, the Chambhar and Dharashiv caves, the Kalyanswami Math and Shree Ram temple at Thomgaon, the Digambar Jain temple and Samadhi of Shri Shantisagar Maharaj at Kunthgiri.

Naldurg (46 km):
Located in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra, this 105 acre fort is believed to have been constructed by the legendary hero “Nal” of the Nal-Damyanti fame.

Bijapur (99 km):
With its distinctive domes, elegant medieval mosques and mausoleums and delicate minarets, Bijapur is a city where the past is very much a living part of the present. Aptly called the "Agra of the South" thanks to its profusion of medieval architecture, the city is a famous travel destination of Karnataka.

Pandharpur (74 km):
Located on the banks of river Chandrabhaga, Pandharpur is one of the most sacred destinations in the state. The place is famous for the Shri Vithoba Temple, a fine specimen of the Hemadpanti style of architecture. Also known as Pandhari- Kshetra the shrine is dedicated to the presiding deities of Vithoba and Rukmini or Vitthal Rukmini. On Ashadhi Ekadashi during July-August and Kartikeya Ekadashi during October-November, the shrine is visited by thousands of devotees. Other shrines in Pandharpur are the Lakshmi, Vishnupad, Mallikarjun, Trimbakeshwar, Pundalike, Ambabai, Shri Ram and Namdeo Temples.

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