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Explore Best Temples in Alibaug at Alibaug Tourism. Get the list of famous Temples in Alibaug. Find Photos, read reviews of all the Temples near Alibaug. Kankeshwar and ‘Birla mandir’ are two major temples of the many temples in Alibaug. The temples, historic forts & museums and churches in Alibaug makes a holiday in Alibaug a joyful experience

Datta Mandir Chaul

Datta Mandir located in the chaul part of Revdanda. It is the temple of lord Datta mainly worshipped by Maharashtrian people. The temple or Mandir is situated at the top of the peak with almost 1500 steep stairs to be climbed to reach there. The entire region around the Revdanda can be viewed from the temple. The temple is said to be built during the ShivajiRaje reign to keep an eye on the enemies. The temple witnesses a huge celebration which starts on the birth day of Lord Datta and this celebration last for 5 days. Schools remain closed for …

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Birla Temple

Birla Ganesh Mandir 20 Kms. away from Alibag after revdanda is a small village named ‘Salav’ on the alibaug – roha route. There is a temple on a hill top near Salav village. Vikram Ispat company, a part of Birla udyog group has built this temple called ‘Birla Mandir’. This temple is between the Vikram Ispat company and its beautifully located residential colony. It is a temple built in pure milk white marble and its dome can be seen from a long distance also. It can be reached by road or by climbing the steps. While climbing the temple steps …

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Kankeshwar Temple

Kankeshwar Temple Kankeshwar Temple – 13 Kms from Alibag in Northeast direction is this very famous Shiv temple on a 900 ft. high hill. Its’ a 5000 ft. long climb on well paved stairs, which takes around one hour landmarks along the route are tombs of MohanGiri and Balgiri, Nagoba Rest, Jambhali Plateau, God’s stair, Gaymandi etc. The fatigue of the uphill climb vanishes the moment one enters the scenic temple premises. It comprises various small temples of Sri Paleshwar, Sri Hanuman, Sri Balram Krishna and Lord Shiv. The special attraction is an ancient sweet water tank enclosed in traditional …

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