At a distance of two km from Lonavala Railway Station, Sri Narayani Dham is a non secular place located in Dhankawadi area of Lonavala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Narayani and is one of the famous places of sightseeing in Lonavala. The temple was built in 2002 and is a lovely white marble structure. The most important deity of the temple is Ma Narayani and on both side of the principle shrine are shrines committed to Ganapathi, Hanuman and other Hindu deities. The deities are fantastically adorned with glittering jeweleries. The entrance is a 4 storeyed shape, there are fountains lined up at the pathway from entrance to temple.
It is flocked by many locals as well as travelers normal as a result of its well-known path Dadi Mangal and bhajans that fill the air with spirituality. The temple celebrates Ganesh Chathurdi, Janmashtami, and Diwali festivals with a great deal enthusiasm. The temple has a Hall sufficient enough to host extra than 10,000 devotees. It also has a lodging facility with 5 bedrooms with attached lavatories so that the devotees coming from long distance can stay and take rest. There is a Goshala wherein traffic can feed the cows.