Kshetra Mahuli and Sangam Mahuli are two tiny villages prominently celebrated for their beautiful shrines. Situated in close proximity to the confluence of River Krishna and Venna, there are three chief temples of Rameshwar, Vishweshwar and Sanghameshwar. The side on which Rameshwar Temple is located is called as Kshetra Mahuli and region which shelters Vishweshwar Temple is known as Sangham Mahuli. These two villages along with Wai together are called as Dakshin Kashi due to their religious significance in the state of Maharashtra.
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