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Vitthal Rukmini Temple

Sangli District, Pandharpur 413304, India
+91 96045 80808
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sparsh darshan pass

please send family pass for 04 members agk murthy from hyderabad with family take darshan pass on... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
prakolekar
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Solapur, India
An amazing visit to Vitthal temple Pandharpur

Reviews on tripadvisor helped me a lot in planning my Pandharpur visit. Online booking is a must if... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
Raj s
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Pune District, India
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Sangli District, Pandharpur 413304, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

please send family pass for 04 members agk murthy from hyderabad with family take darshan pass on dated 21.05.2018

1  Thank prakolekar
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

Reviews on tripadvisor helped me a lot in planning my Pandharpur visit. Online booking is a must if you wish yo have a peaceful darahan. Just get it done from authorised site, 5 days before your planned visit date. Its free of cost and multiple...More

5  Thank Raj s
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

my Itinerary was follows Pune-Tuljapur (shivshahi leaves at 6.00 AM) Had darshan in Tulapur and left to Naldurg. From naldurg we went to Anadur for Khandoba Darshan ( Our kuldaivat) Then we went to Solapur. From Solapur we caught bus for Akkalkoat. At Akkalkot we...More

2  Thank Pratik M
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

The most spectacular Pandurangan Temple called Vittal Rukmani Devi mandhir is an extravaganza and has traditional values.People at the terminal have a play area where people enjoy themselves with a traditional dance like " Ringa Ringa Roses" reminds us these dances were conceived in primitive...More

1  Thank Vasudevan N
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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

Vitthal rukmini temple is an ancient temple.so many people feel proud when they take darshan of idols.we have to visit this temple for once in our life.the area of temple is always full of crowd of people.

Thank Hemaushu K
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

In Maharashtra Lord Krishna and Raasha is well known as Vitthal and Rukmini respectively. The very very famous temple in Pandharpur is at a distance of 75 Kms from major city Solapur. Very very huge crowd is gathers on specific days especially on 2nd Tithi...More

Thank Bimal0401
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Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

One of the most famous temples in Maharashtra visited by lakhs and lakhs of devotees from all over. Ancient temple wherein you are allowed to touch the feet of Lord Vittal. Around 15 lakh devotees visit during Ashad Ekadashi.

Thank girihari
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Reviewed 9 February 2018

This is " Only One of it's kind temple" in the whole world. You can touch the feet of the idol. Most important thing is people from all sections of society come here. When they touch the feet , the divine looks on the faces...More

Thank Vishwas21164
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

Thousands of devotees flock to this religious town in Maharashtra. The infrastructure is very poor. The development is near zero. There is good reason for the state administration to do a lot here as it would boost its religious tourism to a great extent.

Thank arvindpatil2015
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Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

This temple is a treat to visit . Lacs of devotees throng this temple daily to get a glimpse of and touch the feet of deity of Lord Vitthal who stands in a great pose with eyes closed and a wonderful smile . This is...More

Thank Vipin A
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Nikhil G
2 June 2018|
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Response from Raj s | Reviewed this property |
On normal days, darshan requires atleast 3 to 4 hrs without online booking. on ekadashi it can possibly take around 8 to 12 hours or more depending on the time you visit. For an infant it would be very tiring.
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balkunjekar
16 April 2018|
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Response from pushpeshpulkit123 | Reviewed this property |
for religious visit you can also visit the temples of lakhubai, vishnupad, mangalvedha , isckon and pundalik temple mahabaleshwar is a 3.5 hour drive from here solapur is 1 hour from here pune is 4 hours from here
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balkunjekar
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Response from rameushakris | Reviewed this property |
Hi On line booking facility is not there.On the other hand they take telephone booking and confirm after credit of money in their account I did it in Shamiana Hotel Iskon also has rooms.But it is little away from the... More
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