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If I could, I would give more stars! Love this place!

To get the surreal and divine experience, try to go early in the day! If you want to do puja or be... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
g5ecesm9
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Overland Park, Kansas
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3500 steps to the summit. Need 5 hours to complete the whole mountain. Start early in the morning... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
ipot98
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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

To get the surreal and divine experience, try to go early in the day! If you want to do puja or be able to touch the murti, please ensure to have clean puja clothes! It is extremely difficult to describe. You have to visit to understand and experience this place! Takes your full effort climbing up the mountain though!

1  Thank g5ecesm9
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

3500 steps to the summit. Need 5 hours to complete the whole mountain. Start early in the morning so it is cool. Be careful of the monkeys. You have jeep service till mid way. enquire at the bottom office for more details.

Thank ipot98
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Its a place where one should visit, apart from his religion caste.The visit will surely culture you with Goodness in Life ..the surroundings are beautiful ,pure air and a small trek

Thank VaidyaVikrant
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

Best for jainesim people. lord sauté of 108 feet feels like they are near us. total have 3740 steps to clim up to the top . but when you reach on top you will feel like u are like flying .very silent. place make you fell that nature take you to near the god.

3  Thank Mayank S
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Reviewed 20 May 2018

It is almost 100 Kms from Nasik City and you can also take Mumbai Agra Highway.Just get down at Tarabad on Dhule Mumbai highway.Mangitungi ji is just 10 Kms from Tarabad and you need to book Dharmshala once reaching their.You need to get up in early morning around 4 PM to start your journey.There are two hills one is Mangi and other is Tungi and almost 6000 upstairs to reach on top

2  Thank dryogesh19
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

A very peaceful place.The weather was perfect. A bit of climbing up the mountain was tiring. But a great and divine place to visit again and again!

Thank Aatman M
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Reviewed 12 December 2017

Mangi Tungi is a place revered by people of Hindu faith as well as Jainism.

Located on top of the hill,mtheres climb could be quite adrops specially for the elder folk. However there are options available to go up in a palkhi, at a price of course.

Calmness and serenity engulfs you when you reach the top

1  Thank nitsj76
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Reviewed 6 December 2017

This is a place of pilgrimage for Jains and is also believed to hold historical importance from the times of Ramayana.

Once has to climb more than 1400 steps to reach the hill top. Elderly persons can also opt to be transported in palki but that can be bit expensive.

The climb and views from the top are quite impressive.

Thank kapurash
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

Just 130 kms from Nashik is the religious attraction of Mangi Tungi. It is a pilgrimage centre for Digambar Jains but the history also has links to the story of Lord Ram meeting Sugriva here. Also that Balram, elder brother of Krishna had brought his mortal remains.
To reach the top, if you are physically fit and have no knee problems, you can climb 1470 steps to be precise to reach the area where there is lift to take you to the tallest one stone statue of the first Thirthankar Rishabh Dev,which has been carved out from the hill feature itself. It is magnificent and 108 feet tall. If you tie up at the main office at the base(starting point), you can also perform abhishek after changing into saffron robes available at the top.
Those who cannot go by foot, can take a palki lifted by 4 persons who charge Rs 3000/- or as per the weight at Rs 50/- per Kg. But then its a tough climb specially for elderly persons.
As there are no restaurants, you must book for your meal before undertaking a journey. Fresh lime vendors are available enroute.
There are rooms available for night stay, if you wish but the standard of upkeep and maintenance is far from satisfactory including the toilets for the visitors.
Overall a great experience.

1  Thank Anil G
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Jai Jinendra, visited Mangi Tungi Ji on Aug 2017. It is simply divine place and full of natural beauty. It is an arduous climb but those who complete it are rewarded with a heavenly view. It was a light rain when we were climbing so it became all the more beautiful. I am at peace with myself having visited this place. Start early at around 5 am and then you will have enough time to visit both the peaks. It is bit dangerous now as stairs to Tungi-Giri are broken in one place - but I hope it will be repaired soon.

1  Thank ShrenikPune
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