About Diveagar

Diveagar is a village located in ShrivardhanTaluka, Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra, approximately 170 kilometers south of Mumbai. The area is a peaceful, clean, and sparsely populated place for tourists. The region includes a fishing settlement, a beach, a temple, local businesses engaged in coconut and beetle nut tree farming, and some restaurants, cottage rentals, and hotels. The beach, facing the Arabian Sea, is approximately four kilometers long. At the north end of the beach where a small stream enters the ocean there is the fishing settlement, Velas Agar, and some paddy farming, while at the south end there is a sanctuary for migratory seabirds. Nearby, there is a small fishing village, where vendors sell fresh fish, which goes by name of Bharadkhol. The beach is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa highway via Kolad or Karnala. The beach contains a number of suru trees, which are common to coastal Maharashtra. The access to the beach has a dense cover of belu trees, which are otherwise uncommon in the area.
Harihareshwar Beach

Harihareshwar is one of the finest places in Konkan. It is famous for a temple on the seashore as well as the beach and the natural beauties here. Harihareshwar is only 18 Kms from Shrivardhan. If one wants to enjoy traveling by sea, the launches are also available between the two towns.
Sundernarayan Temple 

Sundernarayan Temple also know as the Rupnarayan temple, was believed to be built in the 13th century, under the rule of King Shilahar. The idol is the best example of sculpture. The four hands of the idol along with their accessories Shank(Shell), Chakra(Wheel), Gada(Weapon), Padma(Lotus) are carved in such a manner that when seen in the clockwise direction, it shows 24 different appearances of Lord Vishnu.
Kalbhairav Temple

Kalbhairav temple is an ancient pilgrim temple visited by the devotees of Lord Shiva. This temple is popularly known as the Shiva temple. The idols of Lord Shiva and Kalbhairav are placed in the temple.
Lord Suvarna Ganesha Temple

Lord Suvarna Ganesha Temple is a temple of great significance owing to its 300-year-old idol of Lord Ganesha also referred to as Suvarnaganesha. The idol is famed as it is crafted with 24-carat pure gold and measures to be 60 cm tall and weighs as much 1.3 kilograms.
Kondivili Beach

Kondivili Beach is famed for sports activities and is situated at a distance of about 5 km from Shrivardhan Beach. The popular activities that you can indulge in at this beach are paragliding and surfing.
Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary

Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary is a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers, Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary is a place that houses various species of animals, birds, plants, and reptiles in their own natural habitat.
Ganesh Gully

Ganesh Gully is situated on the Shivachi tekdi, lies a narrow culvert, approx 3 feet wide, that is called Ganesh Gully. At the end of the culvert lies a Ganesh etched on the rock face to the left. During high tides, the Ganesh is submerged in the seawater. It is visible only during low tides as the Ganesh is submerged nearly 30 feet below sea level.
Shankar Temple 

Shankar Temple is an ancient temple believed to be rooting back to the era of Pandavas. It is located close to Somaja Devi temple and is dedicated to Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva.
Somaja Devi Mandir

Somaja Devi Temple is situated along the Arabian Sea and is regarded as one of the major temples in the region situated near Diveagar. The temple is attached with a legend according to which miracles happen by worshipping here.
Best Time To Visit Diveagar

The best time to visit Diveagar is during the winter months between October and January when the weather is pleasant enough and the temperature hovers between 12°C to 33°C making it an ideal time to explore the pristine beauty of the place. During the summer season, from March to May, the level of mercury rises to a maximum of 40°C. This is not a good time to explore the place. Similarly, during the monsoon months, from June to September, the village of Diveagar experiences heavy rainfall and is not ideal to visit the place.

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