ALANDI : An association with Saint Dnyaneshwar halos Alandi, a township on the banks of Indrayani River, also called as Devachi Alandi in Pune District.
Dnyaneshwar, the author of Dnyaneshwari lived and attained samadhi in Alandi at the tender age of twenty-one.
Thousands of devotees pay their respects at the Samadhi every Thursday, which is regarded as a special day.
Located in the scenic surroundings of Anjani Hill, the institute is the only one of its kind in Asia.
SHANISHINGANAPUR : Shani the son of Sun (Surya) is famous God in Shinganapur. Once known as Devgiri, this fort served as the head quarters of the powerful Yadava rullers.
A specialty of Shinganapur is there are no doors to the houses. Shanishinganapur is one more religious place in Ahmednagar-Nagar Dist. from Shirdi, & Shanishinganapur is located at east on Nagar Manmad Road. In the 13th century, Mohammed bin Tughlak, the Sultan of Delhi, made it his capital and renamed it Daulatabad, or City of Fortune.
The museum has a well-documented record of the history of Indian numismatics.
TRIBAKESHWAR : The village of Trimbak, 36 kms from Nashik, is famous for the Trimbakeshwar Temple and as the source of the Godavari River.
Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva and this one is considered to be the main Jyotirlinga.