Aundha Nagnath Temple is an ancient Shiva temple, 8th Jyotirlinga, located at Aundha Nagnath in Hingoli district of Maharashtra, India. Aundha Nagnath Nageshwaram gathered be the eighth of the twelve jyotirlingas in India, a critical place of journey. The present sanctuary is said to have been worked by the Seuna Yadava tradition and dates to thirteenth century. The main sanctuary is said to be from time of the Mahabharata and is accepted to have been developed by Yudhishthira, oldest of the Pandavas, when they were removed for a long time from Hastinapur.
It has been expressed that this sanctuary building was of seven-storyed before it was sacked by Aurangzeb. The sanctuary covers a zone of 669.60 sq mt 7200 sq ft and stature of 18.29 m 60 ft The aggregate zone in which sanctuary grounds is spread is around 60,000 sq. ft. Aside from the religious importance, the sanctuary itself merits seeing for its unfathomably lovely carvings. The base of the present sanctuary is in Hemadpanti engineering in spite of the fact that its upper segment was repaired amid later period and is in the style which was common amid the Peshwa's administration. You can come and explore this place.