Pandharpur is a small temple town located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is considered as an important pilgrimage site by the Hindus. It houses different Hindu shrines as well as the popular shrine of Vithoba Temple. This beguiling shrine is carved in a intricate manner and is devoted to Lord Vithoba, a manifestation of Lord Krishna.
Elevated at a height of 1500 feet above the sea level, Pandharpur is entrenched in the banks of the River Bhima. The land of this region is a jagged plain in a majority. Pandharpur has a moderate climate. It encounters warm summers with the median temperature of 35°C and pleasant winters as the mercury level drop down at 13°C on an average. An adequate amount of rainfall is received by Pandharpur with an average of 2800 mm.
Since Pandharpur is a temple town, it houses the different Hindu temples. The devotees flock to these temples throughout the year. The notable temples include the names like Vitthal Temple, Rukmini Temple, and Kaikadi Maharaja Temple. All these temples boast the meticulously carved sculptures of the Hindu deities.