It is arranged at the edge of Ahillyabai Holkar Bridge close Ram Kund in Panchavati territory of Nashik. The Sundarnarayan Temple is worked by Gangadhar Yashwant Chandrachud in 1756. The managing god of the sanctuary is Lord Vishnu as Sundarnarayan. As indicated by legend, once the region was a place frequented by an underhanded devil named Jalandar who was a fervent lover of Lord Shiva. Despite the fact that the devil was wild and honed abhorrent deeds, he had a devout and highminded spouse Vrinda Devi. Master Shiva was exceedingly awed by his dedication and he favored the devil with a shelter of everlasting status. This help made Jalandar to make annihilation in the territory. The sanctuary presents forcing design particularly the vaulted specialty, which inspires an emotional response with the Mughal form.