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There is lots to see and experience in Diveagar and sightseeing options near Diveagar are numerous. Divegar is at one end of Raigad beaches, Diveagar Shrivardhan and Harihareshwar. Dighi is a 15 mins drive from Shrivardhan from where you can visit the famous Murud Janjira. Temples in this region is very famous and Harihareshwar at the southern end is popularly known as the Dakshin Kashi. Diveagar beach is a clean beach in the district of shrivardhan

Harihareshwar Temple – हरिहरेश्वर मंदिर

Harihareshwar Temple lies at one end of the stretch of beaches of Diveagar, Shrivardhan and Harihareshwar together forming the Raigad Beaches. Shrivardhan is about 15 Kms from Harihareshwar and Diveagar is a further 15 kms from Shrivardhan. Shrivardhan is another secluded beach while Diveagar shot up in popularity after a serendipitous discovery of a golden mask of the elephant god Ganesha. Surrounded by four holy hills Harihar, Harshinachal, Bramhadri and Pushpadri Harihareshwar is a region in Konkan which is amazingly beautiful with hills playing the perfect foil for long stretch of pristine beach. The Harihareshwar temple built in the 16th …

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HARIHARESHWAR BEACH

Harihareshwar Beach is almost always turbulent. The coast is rocky and the force of the waves considerable. It is pristine, about 3 kilometres long and guarded by Brahmagiri and Morgiri on either side. Since it is a little out of the way, not many tourists visit But a visit is worth it, especially at sunset, when the setting sun creates an out of this world atmosphere. It is an ideal way to end one’s day of sightseeing. Harihareshwar is a town in Raigad district, in Maharashtra,India. It is surrounded by four hills named after lords Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, Bramhadri and Pushpadri. …

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TEMPLE PRADAKSHINA

Parikrama around the Harihareshwar temple is considered a sacred duty by devotees visiting the holy site. The walk encircles around the temple and traverses alongside its four attendant hills The temple is located at the top of a hill, and the parikrama path descends right down to the Arabian Sea, traversing the rocky shore at places. As you enter the pradakshina area, there is a Gayatri Tirth on the right side. Some 70 steps cut into the laterite rock lead down to the shore, below. Walking down the section of the hill known as Vishnugiri, one comes to the Shuklateertha, …

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