Nagnath Jyotirlinga is a pilgrim center of great significance, since it is considered to be the first (aadya) of the 12 jyotirlingas in the country. Apart from this honour, the temple of Nagnath has exquisite carvings. Nanded, 64 kms. by road form Aundha, is famous for the Sach Khand Huzur Sahib Gurudwara where Guru Gobind singh’s ashes are buried.
Situated at 210 kms from Aurangabad is also one of the 12 jyotirlingas. The temple at nagnath is truely beautiful and magnificient. It is totally built out of stones. The temple and the surrounding walls at all the sides are very robust in construction. Another speciality of this temple is that the statue of Nandi (i.e. the divine Ox of Shankar) which is usually situated on the entrance of the temples , is situated on the backside of the main temple in a seperate structure. Also the main temple is surrounded by 12 small temples of other Jyotirlingas Both the above jyotirlingas are situated on the same route and can be covered in the same day.
Pilgrim centre of great significance, since it is considered to be the first (aadya) of the 12 Jyotirlingas in the country. A part from this honour, the temple of Nagnath has exquisite carvings. Nanded, 64 kms. by road from Aundha, is famous for the Such Khand Huzur Sahib Gurudwara where Guru Gobind Singh's ashes are buried.