Shrisetra Manudevi in ​​the scenic area of ​​Satpura mountain range, Khadeshwasi’s Kuldavit


Only after reaching the place of Shri Manudevi area, the tall elevators of the devotees are always standing in the beginning. Mr. (Parashuram) is standing. And the temple of Sri Manudevi seems to have lived on an old mystery from ancient mysteries, and the idols found in the excavation there.

Shrikhetra Manudevi is situated in the picturesque area of ​​the Satpuda mountain range, which separates two states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Located on the north side of the Yaval-Chopda highway in Jalgaon district, about 8 kilometers from Kankheda-Adgaon village, there is a temple of ancient Hemadpant of Manudevi. The temple is surrounded by mountain ranges and green with four sides. The entire Khandesh cadres take a tour with the blessings of Manudevi, who is visiting the vehicle on foot, on the way.

There is also story about Munudevi’s real life story. In the year 1200 BC, the Gawali king ruled by Goddess Eshwarasena at ‘Gayawada’ in Satpuda Mountain area. He had many cows. Some cows were going to drink water on the Tapi river of Maharashtra and on Narmada in Madhya Pradesh. During that time, with the disease of ‘Manmodi’ spread throughout Khandesh with the entire Satpura area. ‘
Many people and cows died. In order to avoid ‘pride’, Ishwar Sena founded Manudevi in ​​East Bengal in the year 1250, 3 kilometers away from Gawwada. The temple of Goddess was built. The 13-feet-wide wall seen from the Manudevi temple to the three-kilometer mile in Gowawada still gives testimony to it today.
Goddess also mentions that goddess Manmudi and Manu had an incarnation of protecting God from God. It is a legend that Shri Krishna had said to Mathura when Manudevi who fulfills the desires of the devotees will smash Satpura..

There are seven to eight wells in the premises of the temple. The idol, Ganapati, and Shankara, the idols of Manudevi in ​​the temple were found in the excavation while constructing the temple. The temple’s tallest elevation, while the unharmed waterfall of the river Kavathal, which is falling from the height of 400 feet in front of the temple, abruptly destroys the journey of devotees. Kavathal river water has been blocked in the pajar lake.
Manudevi has four travels throughout the year. Navchandi MahaYagya is organized in Chaitra Magh pura Ashtami. On the second day of the hive, the pilgrims travel to Pithori Smasya. Navratri has a full ten day journey. Lakhs of devotees of Khandesh have paid tribute to the Goddess by offering a vow. After the visit of Goddess Devdampati, the fishermen, they start the world. The yearly pilgrimage of the devotees remains throughout the year.

There is a waterfall on the three sides of the temple and there is a waterfall falling from a height of 400 feet in front of the temple. The waterfall of this waterfall, which falls in 6-7 months of the year, comes at the Satpura foothills. The percolation tank is constructed with the help of Government here. Chhoteshe is a beautiful Hanuman temple in front of the lake. Therefore, the environment of Manudevi has become delightful and charming. In addition, there are tourists, students of school and college with a large number of tourists coming to Bhavinka.

There are shops of puja literature on the basis of ‘No Profit Loss’. Prior to coming to Manudevi, there was only one foot from Satpura forest. Now there has been cushioning and concretization on behalf of Government and Satpuda Nivasini Manudevi Seva Pratishthan. How to go?


Road route – There is bus service from Yaval and Chopradi to Adgaon (Manudevi). From there, you have to go by rickshaws. Or can a private vehicle go directly to the temple of Manudevi. Railway route- Bhusawal is a railway junction station of Railway. There are trains to come from all the states.


On the day of Chaitra and Magh Pure Ashtami of each year, ‘Navchandi’ great yoga is arranged on the Goddess. It is a full day of pilgrimage and on the second day of Pithori Amavasya (Pola) on the next day of Shravan month (Pula). In the year of Ashwin, Navratrostav and Goddess travelVijay MahajaYou can see a good but suitable time for any time from October to December because during this time you can see natural beauty and flowing waterfall, river.













On the day of Chaitra and Magh Pure Ashtami of each year, ‘Navchandi’ great yoga is arranged on the Goddess. It is a full day of pilgrimage and on the second day of Pithori Amavasya (Pola) on the next day of Shravan month (Pula). In the year of Ashwin, Navratrostav and Goddess travel

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