The state of Maharashtra is situated in the western part of India. It has the distinction of being the third-largest and second-most populous state of India. The geographical terrain of this state is characterized by major rivers like Godavari and Krishna, palm-fringed beaches and lofty, cool-green mountains. The natural beauty of Maharashtra, along with certain world heritage sites, national parks and bustling cosmopolitan cities draw tourists to this state. Temples of Maharashtra are no exception in this regard. They also serve as spots that have the potential to catch the attention of tourists visiting this state.

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Temples of Maharashtra are of immense religious and historical importance