Sinnar is a city and a metropolitan chamber in Sinnar taluka of Nashik area in the Indian territory of Maharashtra. It has a normal height of 651.4 meters 2135 feet. Sinnar is one of the major mechanical zones of Malegaon MIDC worked around the city of Nashik which have different worldwide creation organizations. The Gondeshwar Temple is situated in Sinnar. It is worked in the Hemadpanthi style of engineering, which was promoted by Hemadri Pandit, otherwise called Hemadpant, a clergyman amid the Yadav Dynasty.
The most striking component of the development was the utilization of locally accessible dark stone and lime, extolling the neighborhood craftsmanship. The level of ability that went into making the cut boards and the whole plan of the sanctuary is great. Lying around the disintegrating stays of the sanctuary dividers and the passageway entryway, this stone ponder is as yet the biggest, most total and the best-saved case of the medieval sanctuaries of the Deccan of the Indo-Aryan style.
It is a Shaiva Panchayatan, or a gathering of five sanctuaries inside a huge fenced in area. The focal hallowed place is committed to Lord Shiva and the staying four around it are sanctuaries to Sri Parvati, Sri Ganapati, Surya Bhagwan and Lord Vishnu. The sanctuary is genuinely one of a kind in configuration, consummate in extent and the stone carvings are stunningly delightful. The Gargoti Museum houses an accumulation of mineral examples local to the area.