Shri Nageshi Maharudra Temple
Goa has always been the center of a journey in India. The tourism sector in the country is at the top of all other places in relation to always leaving your mark on your heart. You can also visit these temples to make your Goa journey stir free. These temples promise wonderful experience through their surroundings and peace. One of these is Shri Nageshi Maharudra Temple. Located in the village of Bandora, Nagashi Maharudra Temple, often known as The Nagasi Temple, is located near the Mahalaxmi temple. Right in front of this temple, there is a beautiful lake of Goddess, in which you can also see a beautiful beautiful image of the temple.
This is the main feature of this temple, otherwise its simplicity is its main attraction. Another special thing about Shri Nageshi Maharudra Temple is that there is a large wooden board here. Important stories of Hindu epics have been shown on this and they are engraved with bright colors. There is a lighthouse in front of the temple, which has engraved eight protective deities of 8 directions. As you can also see in the Sun Temple of Modhera. Another unique feature of the Nagasi temple is that it is facing west which seems unusual.
This temple has a monument of 1300 AD century, which states that it is a temple of the Nagas. Keeping this in mind, if you see the surroundings of the temple, then this place can actually be the house of many snakes. Shri Nageshi Maharudra Temple is located at its original place, like the Shri Mahalaxmi Temple. This means that the Fonda area remained absolutely untouched by the atrocities of the Portuguese, because this area never came under their rule.