Saptashrungi Devi Mandir is situated in Vani, which is close Nasik, at a separation of roughly 35 km from Saputara. The sanctuary is situated on a bluff at a tallness of 1,230 m above ocean level. A way has been removed from the mountains to frame steps that prompt the sanctuary. Gotten from two words, 'Sapta' that signifies 'seven' and 'Shrungi' signifying 'zenith'. Truly 'the mountain with seven pinnacles', the sanctuary name focuses to the way that it is encompassed by seven pinnacles.
The sanctuary involves the icons of one of the sisters of Goddess Kali. The Devi was said to have self showed on a stone on the substance of the mountain, which is encompassed by seven pinnacles. It is trusted that the managing god of the sanctuary is Mahishasur Mardini, who was the slayer of the evil spirit Mahishasur. At the foot of the slope lies the leader of a wild ox, made of stone, which is accepted to be that of the evil spirit.