Anjarle Beach | Kadyavarcha Ganpati

Alibaug, Maharashtra

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The Ganesh temple is situated in Anjarle village near Dapoli. It was first constructed with wood in 1150AD and then reconstructed between 1768-1780. It is particularly known for the right-side placement of the Ganesha's idol which means it's trunk curves towards right which is rare.

It is one of the finest places to come to on the Konkan shores at Ratnagiri. The vast un-spoilt virgin stretches are constant lure for locals and visitors alike. It is approximately 2 km long and am situated near River Jog estuary, a beautiful location that touches your heart.

If you love seclusion and want to enjoy the peace of nature from a close range, Anjarle beach in Maharashtra is your ideal choice.

It is famous for the presence of, ‘Kadyawarcha Ganpati’ the well-known temple present on a cliff and hundreds of devotees flock here to seek blessings. This magnificent, ancient temple dates back to 1150 with original constructions of wooden pillars. Ganesh idol inside is a rare one with its trunk on the right side. In order to reach this temple at Anjarle Beach you will have to climb a set of stone stairs.

Once you reach the top, you will be able to view coconut and betel nut plantations, the beauty of the surrounding hills, the vast Arabian Sea beyond, and the Suvarnadurg Fort, it is an ideal place to visit for leisure tourists with beautiful swaying palms and surrounding greens.

Situated around 12 km from Harnai Beach and 10 km from Kelshi Beach, its name comes from the nearby village that beckons to you with its verdant beauty. You will be able to spend time with friendly local people and partake of the hospitality offered at Anjarle Beach Maharashtra.

It is situated approximately 24 km away from Daopli and you can take state transport buses, rickshaws, and shared jeeps to reach me. Car and jeep rentals are also available. So, the next time you plan a trip to the Konkan belt; do not forget to visit here!


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