Temple of the goddess Ambabai was built during Chalukya reign. Mounted on a stone platform, the murti of the crowned goddess is made of gemstone and weighs about 40 kilograms. The image of Mahalakshmi carved in black stone is 3 feet in height. The Shri Yantra is carved on one of the walls in the temple. A stone lion (the vahana of the goddess), stands behind the statue.
The New Palace is also known as Shahu Palace constructed between 1877–1884. It is located in Bawada, Kolhapur. It built using black polished stone and it has been an attraction for tourists.The palace is blessed with extensive premises with a garden, fountain and wrestling ground. The whole building is eight-angled and has a tower in the middle with a clock on it which was fixed
Just go 10ms from Audumber is the first manmade sanctuary in India.Sagareshwar is located.more than 550 deers are been counted during last years census.Along with it, peacocks can be seen easily in their natural habitat. Grounded on 10.87 km of land, the sanctuary is an attraction such as a Shiva temple built in the 9th century.
Kalammawadi dam is the biggest dam in Kolhapur Dist. It’s a build in south-west Kolhapur Radhanagri Taluka. There is a temple of goddess Kalamma Devi. Also Indian Gour area and huge biodiversity place.
The Radhanagari Wildlife Sanctuary is included in the World Heritage Site. Radhanagari Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Western Ghats in 34 of the world's most susceptible areas. It is an important jungle belt of Sahyadri, connecting the south and north-western Ghats. This includes in the wild nature of the forest.
This temple is close to Khasbaug Maidan, where a marvelous Lord Shiva’s paintings by the famous artist G. Kamble. This temple has been maintained in spick & span condition to this day.
Gaganbawda can be found within the sahyadri variety as well as traditional western ghats also offers an extremely popular fortification Gagangad close to this. Gaganbawada, although just fifty five kilometres through Kolhapur, is actually no created as well as hilly part of the region. Gaganbawada has got the optimum rainwater throughout wet time of year.
Vishalgad fort, is also called ‘Khelna’ or ‘Khilna’ by locals, and was one of the important forts of the Maratha empire. The name ‘Vishalgad’ means grand fort in Marathi, the name was given by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj after annexing it during 1659. The structure covers an area of 1130 m and was built on a hilltop in the Sahyadri mountain ranges at a height of 3500 feet above
Amboli is situated approximately 135 km away from Kolhapur, on the way to coastal Goa. A quiet and unassuming hill-station tucked away in the beautiful Sahyadri Ranges, it is about 690 mts above sea level with thick forest, deep ravines, and tall cliffs.
Kumbhoj is the name of an ancient city located 8 km away from Hathkanagale town in Kolhapur district, Maharashtra. A 28 – feet tall monolith statue of Bahubali stands two kilometers away from Kumbhoj city.
The ancient Kopeshwar temple at Khidrapur in Kolhapur District is dedicated to Lord Shiva and sits on the bank of River Krishna. There are reasons to believe that even though the construction of Kopeshwar temple started sometime in 7th century AD, the work remained incomplete largely due to constant skirmishes between warring rulers of the region.
Nrusinhawadi is famous pilgrimage place in Kolhapur district. Nrusinhawadi is a capital of Datta devotees. This religious place is situated on the sacred confluence of Krishna and Panchganga rivers at distance of 45Km from Kolhapur. The Nrusinhawadi area is spread for about one square mile in the center of two rivers Krishna and Panchaganga.