Ganapati Temple is seemed as the most beautiful temple in south Maharashtra. It is located at the banks of river Krishna at Sangli. Thorle Chintamanrao Patwardhan consecrated the idol in 1843. The temple has been artistically built with black stone added from Jyotibha hills. There is a platform, a hall and a 'Nagarkhana' within the massive two acres complicated of the temple. The entrance door has been carved out of different coloured herbal wood.
The idol of the Lord Ganapati is made from copper. The idol has been saved in a way that it's far visible from any a part of Ganapati Peth. It looks so lovely when the silvery rays of nighttime sun brighten the face of the Ganapati idol. Ganapati competition is celebrated with extremely good religious fervour for five days from Bhadrapad Shuddha Chaturthi. Sangli is nicely connected by means of air, educate and avenue. Dharamshalas and small budgeted lodges at Sangli are to be had for accommodation.