The SpaceEntire word is in search of peace and that lies here . A place suitable for max 2 at a time on the bank of river chandrabhaga . This river also known as bheema is bend here like moon (changed own shape ) . Became calm and this brings peace to us also.
Famous Vitthal mandir is at 5 minute distance .
Early in the morning we are able to see devotees of Lord Vittal with saffron flag in hand barefoot taking round of the town chanting Vitthal Vitthal
At the time of ekadashi all sorounding becomes energized and we can get that energy either by joining them of watching them from this unique palace.
This place is also part of Lord Dutta Mandir . Even if you will spend 5 minuetes watching this idol then I am sure all your stress will go away
You will find your own way to lead the life.
Don't expect any materialistic benefits as this place is only for those who are in need of peace and love peace
OM PEACE PEACE PEACE Guest AccessYes Interaction with GuestsAs required The NeighborhoodChandrabhaga river
Bhakta Pundalik mandir
Vitthal Mandir Getting AroundSolapur - 70 Km
Mangalwedha - 24 Km
Tuljapur - 115 Km
Akkalkot - 113 Km Other Things to NotePandharpur is located on the banks of the Bhimā river, which is alternatively known as Chandrabhāgā because of its half-moon-like shape. The city is named after a great merchant, Pundalik, who achieved self-realization there.
Pandharpur, also known as Pandhari, hosts the renowned Vitthal temple on the banks of Bhimā. "Vithoba", "Pāndurang", and "Pandharināth" are the popular alternate names of the deity, Vittal, who is regarded in Hinduism as a form of Lord Krishna. Krishna is considered as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Rakhumāi or Rukmini is Viththal's consort in the temple.
The worship of Vittal in the Pandharpur temple is based mainly on the contents of the Puranas, and the contributions of theVaishnav saints ofMaharashtra and Karnatakaduring the 13th through the 17th centuries. Some of these saints areDnyaneshwar, Namdev,Gora Kumbhar,Chokhamela, Eknath,Tukaram,, Tukavipra Purandara Dasa,Vijaya Dasa, Gopala Dasa, and Jagannatha Dasa.
The Pandharpur temple covers a large area and has six gates. The eastern gate is known as the "Namdev Gate."
Pandharpur hosts four annual pilgrimages ("yātrās") of Hindu devotees. Among them, the pilgrimage in the month of Āshādh (June–July) in the Hindu calendar attracts the largest number of pilgrims—around 500,000 to 700,000 people. The pilgrimages in the months of Kārtik (October–November), Māgh (January–February) and Shrāvan (July–August) attract the second, third and fourth largest numbers of pilgrims respectively.