Explore The Beauty Of Tuljapur: The Land Of Tamarind Trees!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Tuljapur is a great city in the southern part of Maharashtra. It is a district municipality and the main transportation hub for the district.

The town is in the area of the state's Osmanabad district. Before, it was better known as Chinchpur, which means "the land of tamarind trees."

This holy place is popular in the Tulja Bhavani Temple. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhawani, one of the ways that Goddess Durga appears.

The GhatShila Temple in Tuljapur is a stunning rock temple dedicated to Lord Rama with a fascinating mythological story.

Places to visit in Tuljapur

GhatShila Temple

Away from the crowds, there is a beautiful temple that holds the Mahishasurmardini Bhavani idol that was found in Rama Vithoba Mali Field.

Dhakte Bhavani

Chintamani is nearby the Tiljapur Bhawani Temple. It is a proposal to Goddess Chintamani, who followers believe will help them make the right decision at the right time.


Papanashi Teerth is a famous water tank in Tuljapur. Paapnashi, meaning "water eradicating sins," helps worshippers cleanse their sins.

Paapnashi Teerth

Visit Tuljapur in January or February for beautiful weather. The temperature ranges from 12 to 32 degrees Celsius.