Trimbakeshwar or Tryambakeswar is a little journey town situated on the banks of River Godai at the lower regions of Brahmagiri Mountains in Nasik region of Maharashtra. Trimbakeshwar is acclaimed for Trimbakeshwar Temple which is one among the 12 Jyotirlinga sanctuaries of Lord Shiva and is additionally a standout amongst the most prevalent Maharashtra spots to visit. The sanctuary is worked of dark stone in the Nagara style of design and is encased in an extensive yard. The sanctum inside a square and remotely a stellar structure houses a little Shivlingam - Tryambaka. The sanctum is delegated with an effortless pinnacle, adorned with a goliath Amalaka and a brilliant kalasha. Before the garbagriha and the antarala is a mandap with entryways on every one of the four sides. The whole structure is ornamented with sculptural work highlighting running parchments, flower outlines, and figures of divine beings, yakshas, people and creatures. The Shivlingam is found in a sorrow on the floor of the sanctum. Water always overflows out from the highest point of the Shivalingam.