Location: Aundha Nagnath
Aundha Nagnath Temple is an ancient Shiva temple, considered to be one of the Jyotirlinga, located at Aundha Nagnath in Hingoli district of Maharashtra, India.
Aundha Nagnath is supposed to be the eighth of the twelve jyotirlingas in India, an important place of pilgrimage. The present temple is said to have been built by the Seuna (Yadava) dynasty and dates to 13th century. The first temple is said to be from the time of the Mahabharata and is believed to have been constructed by Yudhishthira, eldest of the Pandavas when they were expelled for 14 years from Hastinapur. It has been stated that this temple building was of seven-storyed before it was sacked by Aurangzeb.
Transportation. By Air: Aurangabad, 210 km is a convenient airport. State Transport buses ply from Nanded, Parbhani, Chondi, Hingoli to Aundha.