The Khandoba Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of Lord Khandoba (Shri Martand Bhairav). The temple has idols of Lord Khandoba, Banai Devi and Maasai Devi inside it. Black and white photographs of Mhalsapati, his wife and sons are also showcased inside the temple. The shrines of Sai Baba and Padukas and an idol of Lord Khandoba’s horse can also be seen outside the Khandoba Temple.
Lord Khandoba is regarded as a folk deity possessing attributes of Shiva, Bhairava, Surya and Kartikeya Skanda. He has been depicted either in the form of a Lingam or as an image riding on a bull or a horse within the Khandoba Temple.
Khandoba Temple is a renowned temple and is visited by worshippers of Lord Shiva. The best time to visit the temple is during day and it takes about an hour to go through the temple and its rituals.
Visiting Timings: 0500 Hrs to 2200 Hrs
Visiting Charges: Not Applicable
Restrictions: Pets Not Allowed