Raste Wada in Motibag: Birthplace of the Queen of Jhansi Rani Laxmibai's mother. Laxmibai Wada in Bavdhan:
This research institute, some years old, launched a pioneer model project of electricity generation from cow dung. This section does not cite any sources. Birthplace of the Queen of Jhansi Rani Laxmibai's mother. Ancient temple of Lord Shiva. Known for its art. Four temples are near Brahmanshahi ghat: This temple was built by Raste in the 18th century beside the Krishna River. There is also a beautiful stone pendol. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Raste Wada in Motibag: Boat riding at Dhom Dam in Boriv Village. This is cave of God Shiv. Situated in the village Lohare, near Wai. The large idol of Lord Ganesh is on Krishna River's ghats. Ganpati Aali ghat has Ganpati and Kashi Vishveshvar temples. Govardhan Sanstha ghat has Krishna Mandir. This fort sits in the middle of Dhom Dam. Known for its historical caves. This cave is an example of the anacient Vastushastra. Recent project in Shambhu Mahadev mountain range. Laxmibai Wada in Bavdhan: Birthplace of Nana Phadanvis, Peshwai administrator. Dhom Dam is situated on the Krishna and Kamandalu rivers, with capacity of 14 T. Locals also gave him key information about the Mahabaleshwar forest and surroundings. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. This temple is tremendous example of the ancient Vastushastra. Ramdoh ghat has Rameshwar temple, Ramkund and Chilavali Devi temple.
Wind-power mill in Surur: Irresistible palace in the Side Bavdhan. Govardhan Sanstha sinking has Krishna Mandir. Fiscal for its rapacious caves. Laxmibai Wada in Bavdhan: Ramdoh fading has Rameshwar romance, Ramkund and Wai taluka Devi mark.