About Kolhapur

Kolhapur is a city on the banks of the Panchaganga River, in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. It’s known for its temples, like the ancient Mahalakshmi Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site. The Bhavani Mandap is an imposing old palace with a small museum displaying stuffed wild animals. Close by, Rankala Lake is surrounded by gardens. The hilltop Jyotiba Temple complex is on the city's outskirts.
Mahalakshmi Temple

Shri Mahalakshmi Temple of Kolhapur in Maharashtra, India, is one of the 108 Shakti Peethas listed in various Puranas of Hinduism.
Jyotiba Temple

Jyotiba Temple is a holy site of Hinduism near Wadi Ratnagiri in the Kolhapur district of Maharashtra state in western India.
New Palace

New Palace, Kolhapur is a palace situated in Kolhapur, in the Indian state of Maharastra. It was constructed between 1877 to 1884. Being an excellent specimen of architecture built in black polished stone, it has been an attraction for tourists.
Rankala Lake

Rankala Lake is a picturesque lake in the Kolhapur District of the state of Maharashtra in western India.
Chhatrapati Sahu Museum

Chhatrapati Shahu museum in Kolhapur was constructed during the period 1877 - 1884. It was designed by British architect 'Charles Mant' and was built according to an architectural style that had a fusion of Jain and Hindu influences from Gujarat and Rajasthan, along with a touch of the local Rajwada style.
Binkhambi Ganesh Temple

Binkhambi Ganesh temple is constructed without the use of even a single pillar. The Temple built in honor of Lord Ganesha.
Narsobachi Wadi

Narsobachi Wadi commonly known as Narasimhawadi or Narsobawadi or is a small town in Shirol Tahasil in Kolhapur district, Maharashtra. Narsobawadi gets its name from the presence of 'Shri Narasimha Saraswati', the Purna Avatar of Lord Dattatreya.
Bahubali of Kumbhojgiri

The famous Jain Tirtha known as Bahubali is just two kilometers away from Kumbhoj city.
Samangad Fort

Samangad is a hill fort in Kolhapur District, Maharashtra. It is 2,600 feet above sea level. The fort is situated on the oval-shaped top of the hill.
Best Time To Visit Kolhapur

Kolhapur experiences real hot and humid summer months. The maximum temperature in the region goes up to almost 35°C whereas the minimum temperature is around 26°C. The month of May is the hottest in the year and it is preferred not to visit Kohlapur at this time. Rainfall in Kolhapur is not much. The city receives maximum rain from June to September. During this rainy season, the temperature remains between 23 and 30°C. The monsoon time also sees a lot of tourists visiting Kohlapur. The Winter season starts in October and lasts till February in Kolhapur. The climate around the city is at its best during the winter months. The temperature remains between 14°C and 30°C. Undoubtedly, a winter month is the best time to visit Kohlapur and explore the city and is the peak time for tourism. Even though it is ok to visit Kohlapur during the monsoon, it is advisable to avoid summer time visits.

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