Saptashrungi Devi Mandir is a Hindu sanctuary arranged close Nanduri town. The sanctuary lies on the bluff with a height of 1,230 m. The sanctuary is committed to Goddess Saptashrungi. The sanctuary is referred to prevalently as one of the 'three and half Shakti Peethas' of Maharashtra. The sanctuary is likewise one among the 51 Shakti Peethas situated on the Indian subcontinent and is where one of Sati's appendages, her correct arm is accounted for to have fallen. It is likewise trusted that the managing divinity of the sanctuary is Mahishasur Mardini, who was the slayer of the devil 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.