An essential journey for the Hindus, this old temple is situated in an interesting village that is around 30km from Aurangabad and furthermore exists in the points of confinement of the notable Ellora Caves. A noteworthy name in the rundown of traveler puts close Aurangabad, the temple is considered as a devout goal by the Hindu aficionados. It is additionally said that it is the last or the twelfth 'Jyotirlinga' on earth.
Worked in pre-authentic building style and in red blocks with the dividers exhibiting the carvings of a few Hindu Gods and Goddesses, the temple was later revamped amid the eighteenth century. As per the legends, heavenly water springs out from inside the temple and purges one complete self.