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Bhagvati Temple - Devgad
Bhagwati Temple is situated at Kotakamate, 30 km from Devgad. The temple is built by Maratha Naval Chief Kanhoji Angry. According to the inscription, it is built 250 years ago. This is a historical place. The sabhamandpa of the temple is magnificent and built in wood. The carving on it is noteworthy. Once upon a time there was a fort in the town. So the name of the town is Kotakamate.
Bhagwati Temple is revered as a powerful deity who grants all of her devotees' wishes. The beautiful temple complex contains a serene artificial lake - the Dhamapur lake - with crystal clear water that provides visitors with a divine vibe and a tranquil atmosphe
e. The lake's water is thought to be as magical as the Goddess herself.
Bhagwati Temple in Dhamapur is a well-known temple dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati located halfway between Kudal and Malvan. Malvan is encircled by forts and temples. The temple in this area and the deities who live there are referred to as "vigilant or active deities." Devotees have faith that such deities will bestow their blessings and fulfill their vows. Bhagwati Temple is revered as a powerful deity who grants her devotees' every wish. The serene artificial lake - the Dhamapur lake - in its premises offers a divine vibe and a tranquil atmosphere for visitors. The water in the lake is said to be as magical as the Goddess herself.
Bhagwati Temple in Dhamapur is a well-known Goddess Bhagwati temple located halfway between Kudal and Malvan. Malvan is surrounded by forts and temples of various sizes. The temple in this area and the deities who live in it are referred to as "vigilant or active deities." Devotees believe that such deities bestow their blessings and fulfill the devotees' vows.
Bhagwati Devi is the Munge village deity. Munage is located on the border of two talukas, Devgad and Malvan. Bhagwati Devi Temple is about 30 kilometers from Devgad and 16 kilometers from Kunkeshwar. The Goddess's current stone monastery was built in 1810. The idol of Shree Devi Bhagwati is Mahishasur Mardini. The Goddess temple is large and divided into four sections. Hemandpanthi is the architect of the temple.