Jyotiba Temple is a holy website of Hinduism near Wadi Ratnagiri in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra state in western India. The deity of the temple is thought by way of the equal call, and is held through the locals to be an incarnation of three gods: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesha, and Jamadagni. An annual fair takes area on the entire moon night of the Hindu months of Chaitra and Vaishakha. Jyotiba temple is located at a peak of 3124 feet above sea degree and is devoted to Jyotiba.
The temple is 18 km north-west of Kolhapur. According to the way of life, the original Kedareshwar temple was constructed with the aid of Navji Saya. This temple become built in circa 1780 via Malji Nilam Panhalkar. The indoors of the temple is historical. There are other few temples and Light-towers inside the premises. Legend says that the 3 gods took the form of Jyotiba to wreck the evil Ratnasur. Jyotiba helped Mahalakshmi in her combat with the demons. He based his nation in this mountain, and belongs to the Nath sampradaya.