Kallola Tirth is a large tank located at the first stage of the Tuljapur temple Prakara. It is about fifteen feet down from the main gateway. It is believed that all holy rivers like Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati merges together in this water tank. Also holy waters from mountain ranges Himalayas, Sahyadris, Vindhyas, Malay and Trikut joined together at this Kallola Tirth. As it is the only one such Tirth, even the visit of the Tirth is enough to remove the sins. The Tuljapur pilgrimage starts with a dip in this holy Tirth which will sanctify the body and mind.
It is a large rectangular water reservoir of forty feet by twenty and is believed to be a fourteenth century construction. The tank is walled off from all sides and steps are built to lead down to the water making it easier for pilgrims to take a holy bath. A holy bath in this teerth is the first rite performed by the devotees, as an act of purification of body and soul. It is believed that, on an invitation from Bramha, the waters from all sacred rivers. he waters of rivers descended in great torrents in to the tank creating a great kolahal or noise; hence it was named "kallol teerth".