places to visit near admapur 2018-01-30T09:12:29+00:00

What are the places to visit near Adamapur

A place, Adamapur comes in Kolhapur district in Maharashtra. Kolhapur to Adamapur is 50 kms. There are various places to visit near Adamapur. 

Kolhapur is well connected by major cities in Maharashtra as well as Karnataka. Cities in Maharashtra like Pune, Mumbai, Solapur and much more and from Karnataka Belgaum, Hubli, Dharwad, and Bangalore.

Kolhapur is also well connected by railway junctions from Maharashtra and Karnataka.

So reaching Kolhapur is very easy and after reaching Kolhapur you can inquire about Sri Balumama Temple at Adamapur.

The following are very beautiful places to visit in Kolhapur district 

Mahalaxmi Temple  The temple is located at Kolhapur (

Mahalakshmi Kolhapur

Mahalakshmi Kolhapur














Rankala Lake – This lake is located at Kolhapur

Kolhapur Rankala Lake

Kolhapur Rankala Lake










Panhala Fort – The fort is located at the place called Panhala which is 20 kms from Kolhapur

Panhala Fort Kolhapur

Panhala Fort Kolhapur









Jyotiba Temple  – The Temple is located at the distance of 21 km from Kolhapur city.

The deity of the temple is known by the same name, and is held by the locals to be an incarnation of three gods: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesha, and Jamadagni. An annual fair takes place on the full moon night of the Hindu months of Chaitra and Vaishakha.
Jyotiba temple is situated at a height of 3124 feet above sea level and is dedicated to Jyotiba (Dattatreya). The temple is 18 km north-west of Kolhapur
On Chaitra Poornima of Hindu calendar, a big fair is held, when lacs of devotees come with tall (Sasan) sticks. Due to scattering of ‘Gulal’ the whole mountain is turned pink. Being Sunday is day dedicated to Jyotiba, there is always rush over there

Jotiba Kolhapur

Jotiba Temple Kolhapur








Narsinhwadi Datta Mandir – The mandir is located at a place called Narsinhwadi which is 50 kms from Kolhapur. 

Narasimhawadi commonly known as Narsobawadi or Narsobachi Wadi is a small town in Shirol Tahasil in Kolhapur district, Maharashtra. Narsobawadi gets its name from the presence of ‘Shri Narasimha Saraswati’, the Purna Avatar of Lord Dattatreya. With a lot of archaeological value, this became a major pilgrim spot for many Shri Dattatrey devotee. Also, there is a confluence of the two rivers Panchganga and Krishna.

Narasimhawadi is famous for the Hindu temple of Shri Narasimha Saraswati (1378–1458) नरसिहसरस्वती. Shri Dattatreya in his Narasimha Saraswati incarnation is believed to have lived here for as long as 12 years. (Ref. Shri Gurucharitra). The life story of Shri Narasimha Saraswati, his philosophy, and related stories are described in Shri Guru Charitra. There are no images or idols here which show his presence. But there are two padukas or slippers which immortalize his great avatar.

Narsobawadi river

Lord Dattatreya






Narsobawadi river


It is about 3 km from Shirol Taluka. Kurundawad is the nearest town and is about 2 km away.

The typical distances from major cities in Maharashtra are: Pune – Narsoba Wadi (254 km), Sangli – Narsoba Wadi (22 km), Miraj – Narsoba Wadi (19 km), Jaysingpur – Narsoba Wadi (16.7 km), Kolhapur – Narsoba Wadi (52 km), Audumbar – Narsoba Wadi (53 km), Nipanni – Narsoba Wadi (45 km), Mumbai – Narsoba Wadi (405 km via Mumbai Bangalore Express Highway


Appachiwadi – The temple is of Shri Halsiddhanath is present at this place. Shri Saint Balumama is used to visit this temple during Amavshaya. This place is near to Adampur.

Halsiddnath temple Appachiwadi

Appachiwadi Halsiddnath















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