Mahadev is worshipped on #श्रावणी सोमवार #Shravani Somwar as a tradition. #Pune has many heritage Mahadev Temples. This thread attempts to share info about a few of them #KnowPune #heritage
Someshwar Temple in Raviwar Peth is from the 1700s. The complex has many otjer temples in addition to the Mahadev temple.
The Nageshwar Temple in Somwar Peth is one of the oldest temple in Pune. Though rebuilt during Peshwa rule, the temple is probably 700 year old.
Kameshwar in Shaniwar Peth has features of a typical Nagar style temple amalgamated with Maratha style architecture.
Vruddheshwar and Siddheshwar temples at Shivajinagar are one of the oldest structures in Shivajinagar.
Harihareshwar Temple in Shaniwar Temple has a beautiful shikhar where lamps can be placed.
The Siddheswar Temple was built as a memorial to Bihubai Naik Joshi the sister of Bajirao I
Amruteshwar Temple near Shaniwar Wada is an example of elegant architecture from the 1700s.
The Omkareshwar Temple from the 1730s is built in stone and has nine shikhar and a large courtyard built in stone.
The Rameshwar Temple in Shukrawar Peth near Mandai was built by the Khasgiwale family during Peshwa rule
The Kashi Vishweshwar is a private temple built by the Natu family. Located in Shaniwar, it is most likely from the 1800s.
Kedareshwar in Kasba Peth is only of the older temples in the city. The deity is estimated to be over 500 years old.
Trimbakeshwar at Kasba Peth has an old world charm about it and has a village feel to it.
The Lakshmaneshwar Temple at Rasta Peth was built by Sardar Anandrao Raste from the famous banking family during Peshwa rule.
The Sangameshwar at the Mula Mutha river sangam is built in stone. A few old paintings from the 1780s include the temple as part of the landscape.
Someshwar at Pashan is built in stone and maintained well.
The Panchling or Panchaleshwar is on the banks of the Mutha just off Karve Road of today. The deity is atleast 250 years old.
The Phadke Mahadev established by Haripant Phadke the valiant commander at the court of the Peshwa is located at Raviwar Peth.
The Johari Mahadev at Sadashiv Peth goes back atleast to the beginning og 1800s.
Kashi Vishwashwar tenple at Tulshibaug one of the best known temple complexes in the city established by Naro Appaji Tulshibagwale in 1780s.
The Rhunmukteshwar temple is located in Raviwar Peth near Dagdi Nagoba Temple.
The Prasanneshwar Mahadev is located opposite KEM Hospital. It is a quiet corner amind the busy roads outside.
Located in the Tulshibaug lane this Mahadev Temple is small yet has a characteristic shape.
The Nilkantheshwar Temple in Kasba dates back to the era of Madhavrao Pehwa or probably earloer
The Pataleshwar Mahadev is likely one of the Gram Daivat of Kasbe Pune village.

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12 Feb
There were requests to share info about Sadguru Jangli Maharaj. Sharing information from public domain in this thread. Sadguru Jangli Maharaj was born in 1803. Some say that he was born near Hubballi, as per others he was from Baroda related to Rani Laxmibai's family.
He left home early and gained spiritual learning from different gurus. It  is also said that he participated in the war of independence 1857. Later he was seen at Rethare Harnaksha near Satara, resided there performing sadhana. Thereafter he came to Pune at Bhamburda village.
There he stayed near the Rokdoba Temple. He meditated at the hillock near Pateleshwar. The area was desolate with wild vegetation. He used to seek bhiksha in the village, soon people recognised his authority and began offering food. Jangli Maharaj frequently visited Dehu-Alandi.
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