Shree Saptashrungi Nivasini Devi Nasik, Maharashtra Timings, History & Online Booking

Shree Saptashrungi Nivasini Devi Nasik, Maharashtra Timings, History & Online Booking

Saptashrungi Devi Temple is the name of a Hindu temple situated at a distance of 26 kilometers far from Vani and 65 kilometers from Nashik close to Nanduri, a village. Nashik Saptashrungi temple opening hours that the temple is open for 34 hours, and is located on top of a hill, at an altitude of 1,230 meters. Saptashrungi temple online reservation is now open for darshan and poojas.


Saptashrungi Temple

The temple is dedicated to the goddess Saptashrungi. It is known for being an example of one of the "Three and a half Shakti Peethas' in Maharashtra.

Saptashringi temple also is among the 51 Shakti Peethas of the Indian subcontinent and is also an organ dedicated to Sati Devi which is the location where her right arm has been slain.

It is believed that the Saptashringi Temple is a two-storied temple dedicated to the goddess on the second floor. The idol of the goddess is believed to have been Swayambhu (self-expressed) which was carved onto an ideal surface of the mountain.

She was been surrounded by 7 (in Sapta-Sanskrit) high peaks (in Sringa-Sanskrit) which is why she was named "Sapta-Sanskrit" - Saptashringi Mata (mother of the seven peaks).

The goddess's image is extremely large approximately 10 feet in lengt and has 18 arms containing different weapons. The idol is always covered with an acacia-coated surface that is believed to be sacred in this region. The Goddess was dressed with a crown of high quality and a nose ring of silver, and an ornamental necklace.

Festivals Celebrated

The biggest festival of the Nashik Saptashrungi Temple is known as the Chaitrotsavam.

The festival kicks off with Rama the Navami and continues until Chaitra Purnima (Full moon day) which is the festival's largest day and is attended by only women without children who pledge their allegiance to the goddess for their children.

More than 250,000 people attended this festival's final day, while 1 million people attended the final three days of the festival.

Dussehra along with Navratri celebrations are celebrated with pomp and ceremony inside the temple.



The reason for what happened is Prajapati Dakshuda who was the father of Sati was referred to in the head of Vedic conditions to perform Yajna, as an example by offering sacrifices to the god of fire, and others, like Kshina, ghee grains, and so on.

According to Hindu beliefs, the inhabitant goddess Saptashrungi is a goddess who lives on the seven mountains. It is located within Nanduri within Kalwan taluka just near Nashik in India. The tale about Saptashringi Devi is usually called one of "Three and a half Shakti Peethas" in Maharashtra.

It is believed that the Saptashringi Devi can also be referred to as Mahishasura Mardini. Mahishasura was the mastermind behind the uncomfortable closeness of the wild bull that irritated the inhabitants of the region.

The gods of exchange and the people demanded that the goddess take down the demon who was hiding in the forest.

The temple is where you can observe a stone carved as a mad Bullhead which is where you begin to aggressively implement methods that signal the triumph of the deceitful goddess.

You must climb 500 stairs from the base of the mountain and it takes between 40 and 50 minutes to arrive at Saptashrungi Devi Temple.

The goddess Saptashrungi Devi smashed him to protect the people. In anger Lord Shiva was transporting her body to the shoulders of Lord Shiva when Shiva removed the arm that was right of the deity then Vishnu cut his body up into pieces 55 using His Sudarshan Chakra.

The story tells that Devi's left hand is broken and Lord Shiva takes her body on his shoulders, and Vishnu cuts her down by using its Sudarshan Chakra.

Hotels close to Temple Nashik

  • SUMA Adventure and Resort 11.8 kilometers away from Saptashrungi Temple.
  • Hotel Ibis Nashik, 3.2 km from the Temple.
  • Panchavati Yatri Hotel 2.8 kilometers away from Saptashrungi Temple.
  • Ginger Nashik Hotel Ginger Nashik, 2.8 km from the Temple.
  • SSK Solitaire Hotel and Banquets 2.8 kilometers far from Saptashrungi Temple.
  • Viveda Wellness Village, 3.3 km from the Temple.
  • Click to book a hotel, 5.5 miles away from Saptashrungi Temple.
  • The Hotel MBC Citadel Nashik, 3.3 km from the Temple.
  • Hotel Royale Heritage, 3.1 kilometers from the Temple.
  • Cool Palace Hotel, 3.0 km away from the Temple.


Temple Travel Tips

  • Do not transport precious items or animals.
  • Don't pay for guides to take you on the trip.
  • Wear comfortable clothing for climbing and wear comfortable shoes.
  • Water bottles to carry around.


Temple Ropeway Funicular Ticket Price

  • Saptashringi Ropeway Funicular trolley allows riders to climb the highest point in just three minutes (1400 meters ASL).
  • It prevents around 500 stairs from having to climb.
  • The trolley is moving at an angle of 35 degrees.
  • Every trip will be equipped with two air-conditioned vehicles with a capacity for 60 passengers.
  • The services are available 24/7 from 6:00 am to 9:59 midnight.
  • Charges are INR 50/ for Children and INR 100/ for Adults.

Temple Meal Timings

11:30 AM to 2:40 PM and 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Cost: INR 15

Saptashrungi Temple Timings

Saptashrungi Temple schedules indicate that the temple remains open all hours of the day.

How do I get there?

  • Mumbai Airport is about 230 kilometers far from the Temple.
  • Nashik Airport is about 58 kilometers from the Saptashrungi temple.
  • Nashik Road Railway Station is the nearest railhead, approximately 70km from the temple.

Saptashrungi Temple Online Booking

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Saptashrungi Devi Temple, Vani, Saptashringi Garh, Maharashtra 422215, India, Nasik

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The time required to go there: 02:00 Hrs

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