The Nageshi Temple was worked in 1413, when the area was under the lead of King Veer Pratap Deaya of the strong Vijaynagara Empire. The temple experienced a broad remodel process in the times of Chatrapati Shahu the Maratha leader of Satara. The significant attractions of the temple are the five-storied light pinnacle or Deepstambha and the memorable old water tank. It is worked such that remaining at one point around the tank one can see the impression of the icon of Lord Nagesh and the lit lights in the inward sanctum.
The Sabhamandap of Shri Nageshi temple has a display on the two sides which contains perfect wooden carvings delineating the scenes of the immense Ramayana and Mahabharata on one side and the wooden pictures of Astadikpalaka and Gandharva on the other. The most vital celebration celebrated at this temple amid the long stretch of November is the Anguish Satrap. Likewise the 8 day Kartik Poornima, Chaitra Poornima and Mahashivratri are commended at this temple.