1. Mankeshwar temple is an ancient temple in the Dharashiv district (formerly Osmanabad district). It is located on the banks of river Vishwarupa, which makes a curve around the temple.
    Built out of one black rock, this temple is reknowned as architectural marvel for its intricate carvings in Hemadpanti style. These temples are known for their beautiful stone carvings and intricate designs, making them a visual treat for visitors.
    Because of the style of an architecture, the temple seems to be built by Chalukyas in 11th & 12th century. However, inscription of Yadava king ‘Singhan’ found here suggests its contruction by Yadavas.
    It is about 55 km from Dharashiv and about 19 km from Bhum.