It's one of the five Jyotirlings in Maharashtra. In February-March, or Mahashivaratri day, a large fair is held here, which draws hundred of people from all over India. Every twelve years, the Sinhastha Fair, the most important Kumbh Mela after the Allahabad's is held here.

Complementing the sanctity of the town, are the beautiful surroundings: Brahmagiri Hill, Neel Parvat, Kushawart Teerth, Gangadwar.

Easily accessible are Nashik and Jawhar.

Getting there :

By Air : Nearest airport is Mumbai

By Rail : Nearest railhead is Nashik, 44 kms. on Central Railway.

By Road : Mumbai-Trimbakeshwar, 208 kms. Nashik-Trimbakeshwar, 28 kms.

State Transport buses ply between Nashik-Trimbakeshwar frequently.