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Nevasa is a city in Nevasa tehsil of Ahmednagar district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Old name of this place are Nidhinivas Nivas and Mahalaya. God Dattatrayas Temple is main temple. This place is near of Pravara river this river also called Amritvahini.


Nevasa LADMOD the remains of a multilevel settlement dating from the Paleolithic period to the Middle Ages on the Pravara River, in the state of Maharashtra, in India. Excavations were conducted by H. D. Sankalia in the 1950s and by G. Karve-Corvinus in 1967.

The discovery at Nevasa of ancient and middle Paleolithic cultures was of great importance. It attested to the development of material culture in India. Nevasa’s Aeneolithic layer reveals a settled agricultural culture characterized in the second millennium B.C. by implements (elongated plates) similar to those of the Harappa civilization. The various periods in the history of ancient and medieval states of this region of India are dated by coins.

A famous temple of Shani, Shani Shingnapur is located near Sonai in Nevasa Taluka. Saint Gyaneshwar wrote a Gyaneshwari in Nevasa beside a pole which is still there. Every year palkhi of Gyaneshwari is taken to Pandharpur during ashadi ekadashi.

Mata Laxmi Temple is famous called Varkhedai in village Varkhed, Big Jatra is famous near about 7 to 10 lake people comes there Chaytra vadhy panchami for three days Chabina ceremony held there This Devi called in south name Laxmi-ChandralambaDeviSannati, Gulbarga Dist

Moryachinchore is a famous village in NewasaTaluka. The More dynasty ruled the village for about 2,000 years. A royal temple of the More dynasty is Pohahicha Mahadev. In Nevasa there is also a famous village called sukali also known as Gundwadi. In Gundwadi, there is a temple of Shakambhari devi. There is Sureshnagar and Handinimgaion is village and there is Trivenishwar Mahadev, Temple, Sant Bhakt Prahlad Maharaj.

The Nevasa is mainly famous for the Mohiniraj Mandir, the avatar of Lord Vishnu who beheaded Rahu and Ketu while distributing nectar. It Is also famous for sasurvadi of Lord Khandoba, The First wife of Lord Khandoba is from Newasa bk name Mahalasa so khandoba is called Mhalasakant Due to this pavitra mandir Sant Dnyaneshwar selected this place to write the world famous grantha "Dnyaneshwari" "Bhawarthdipika" a commentary on Bhagavad Gita, popularly known as "Dnyaneshwari". Every year a big Ustav of Shri Mohiniraja get celebrated in the month of Magaha pornima in remembrance of Lord Vishnu's Mohini Avatar after Samudra manthan. The elegantly designed Mohiniraj Temple in Ahmednagar is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The new structure of this temple was constructed in 1773 at a cost of about Rs. 5 Lakhs by Gangadhar Yashwant Chandrachude. The 75 feet tall temple is decorated all over with ornamental work. The shrine houses an image of Mohiniraj better known as Lord Vishnu. Also, in the Sabhamandan (Meeting Room) several images of other gods and goddesses such as Ganesh, Shiv – Parvati, Shani and Hanuman Ji.

According to a legend associated to this place, the time when sea was churned to get nectar, Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Mohini to distract the demons and deprive them of nectar. The demons stared at Mohini while Vishnu distributed nectar to gods and water to demons. Hence the effigy of the temple is also known as Ardhnari Nateshwar, i.e., Lord Vishnu’s damsel form.

Throughout the year three fairs are held in the town in honour of Mohiniraj. About fifty thousand people attend these fairs. Also this area is called Dandakarayna Lord Ram killed Marich near Newasa Village is called Toka because arrow head get inside the ground their so it called Toka before killing Marich Lord Ram through Sura ( Knife)towards him that village called Suregaon after that he throw Bhala, that place called Bhalgaon, after that He throw arrow that place called Banganga Godavari river turns their like Dhanushaban So this place called BANGANGA. Devgad A huge temple of Lord Datta created

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