Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
One of the 12 famous Jyotirlingas in the country, Trimbakeshwar temple is an extremely popular Hindu religious site. The idol of the temple has three faces-displaying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesh. The Shiva Linga at the temple has jewel encrusted crown that was probably from the Pandava brothers of the great Hindu epic Mahabharata. This black stone temple boasts of ancient Hindu architecture.
The Gorakhnath Gufa or cave is placed halfway downwards Brahmagiri hills. It is just a few steps down to Ganga Dwar. A part of the complex of the temple dedicated to Goddess Ganga, this cave has several beautiful carvings. If the legends are to be believed, this is the cave where Guru Gorakhnath had undergone penance.
Brahmagiri hill is the site of the popular Trimbakeshwar Temple and also the lush green site of the origin of the river Godavari. The river originates on the hill and flows down the picturesque ranges. Brahamgiri means the Hill of Lord Brahma. These hills also offer challenging trekking routes. You can also partake in nature walks here.
Kedareshwar temple of Trimbakeshwar is placed on the South-Eastern edge of the beautiful town of Kushavarta. The temple has an architecture that looks like ancient Hindu caves and is dedicated to Kedareshwar Mahadev, one of the forms of Lord Shiva. The temple has a mythological connection behind it. Kankhala and Kanchan Tirtha are two of the main nearby attractions.
On the eastern side of the Brahmahgiri hills, Neel Parbat has an amazing unspoilt and undulating terrain. You can visit Bilwa Tirtha here, which is one of the 3 Tirthas in Panch Tirtha Yatra. The religious site of Bilwakeshwar is towards the north of the Parbat. Partake in trekking of medium range while enjoying the beautiful scenery spread around. Enjoy some of the most enchanting views of the area.