Ganjibhoyare is a small village situated in Parner taluka. The identity of which is formed by a Shiva temple also known as Anchaleshwar. This village is about 12 km from Parner. There is a great & best gate to enter the village.
Ganjibhoyare : Unseen India
Pandhare & Company Old Castle :
In the village there is a “Pandhare and company1 ” old-time castle. There are two roads behind the door at the entrance to the entrance. One of them passes directly to Jawla and the other road goes to Chincholi.
Pir Saheb Dargah, Ganjibhoyare :
Peer Saheb Dargah is in the front of the castle. Many devotees come here on Peer Saheb Jayanti.
Anchleshwar Temple Ganjibhoyare :
Anchaleshwar Temple is identity of Ganjibhoyare village.
In the temple, there are idols of Mahadev Shankar, Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Hanuman and Saibaba gods and goddesses. There is a crowd of devotees annually to visit this temple.
Water Dam near Anchaleshwar Mandir, Ganjibhoyare :
A small dam has been built adjacent to the temple. Many different types of birds can be found here.
Dongarbaba Dargah, Ganjibhoyare :
There is a dargah on the hill, North of the temple. You can easily reach there by walk.
There is a tough way till you get the stairs showed in picture. Travelling with bike will be best decision to these places. It is impossible to store the beauty of nature from there. There is a mango tree at a distance of 3 km from the east side of the dargah.
After seeing the tree, I think the pleasure of having lunch under the mango tree can not be expressed in words.
And here is one more when we started the returning journey.
As a person moves from village to city, I see the decrease in the humanity. That is what happens to us in the villages that we see the great humanity. Many people told us about the village and told us a few things about it after going to the village. I thank all of them from my team.
Photographs : Shantanu Deshmukh
Helpers : Ankit Gandhi, Sunny Gandhi, Chayan Dol.
Concept, Description, Compiler : Hitesh Shetiya