Mhaismal is a hill station situated in the Aurangabad District of Maharashtra in India. This hill station has a plateau with lavish greenery, hills and forest covering that gives a feel of heaven
Distance from Mumbai: 360 kms
Aurangabad District, Maharashtra, India.
Mhaismal is a declaration to the leftovers of an ancient temple dedicated to Hindu God Lord shiva.
Mhaismal is a hill station in the District of Aurangabad in the village mhaismal. It is at an altitude of 1067 meters, Surrounding the Sahyadri Ranges at an altitude of over 106 meters above sea level.
Mhaismal is a hill station in the district of Aurangabad in the village mhaismal. It is at an altitude of 1067 meters, Surrounding the Sahyadri Ranges at a height of more than 106 meters over sea level.
The region has a hot and dry climate. The summers are more extreme than winters and monsoon, with a temperature up to 40.5 degrees Celsius.
Winters are mild, and the average temperature varies from 28-30 degrees Celsius.
Monsoon season has extreme seasonal variations, and the annual rainfall is around 726 mm.
Things to do
Tourists can visit points over miasmal hill stations like sunset point, valley viewpoint, Necklace point. Tourists can go to temples like Girija Devi Temple, Balaji temple, Botanical workshop where one can see flora and Fauna. Old Jain Temple is a must–visit for its amazing display of art. One can visit Waghora waterfall and bani Begum Garden
Nearest tourist places
- Ghrishneshwar Temple: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ghrishneshwar Temple located in Ellora, is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. This Jyotirlinga in Aurangabad is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered an important pilgrimage site. Ghrishneshwar is the smallest of the Jyotirlingas and is considered the last or the 12th Jyotirlinga of India. (18 KM)
- Ajanta caves: The Ajanta caves are a set of 3 rock-cut Buddhist caves that date back to the period between the 2nd century BC and 650 CE. The Ajanta caves are considered one of the most prestigious monuments of India as they house many beautiful paintings and sculptures depicting the rich cultural heritage of India. (110 KM)
- Ellora caves: Another World Heritage Site that the town boasts of are the Ellora caves, which one must not miss while in Aurangabad. The sculptures represent elements of three religions and do so grandly and beautifully. (14 KM)
- Daulatabad fort: One of the most inspiring aspects of the Daulatabad Fort is its design which makes it one of the most powerful fortresses of the medieval period. It was built on a 656 ft high conical hill, which provides this grand fortress with a strategic position, architectural beauty and protection from the enemies. Another unique aspect of the mighty Devgiri Fort is its engineering genius, which not only provided an impregnable defence against enemy forces but also managed irreplaceable resources of water quite well. (20 KM)
- Salim Ali Lake & Bird Sanctuary: Salim Ali Sarovar (lake), popularly known as Salim Ali Talab, is located near Delhi Gate, opposite Himayat Bagh, Aurangabad. It is located in the northern part of the city. During the Mughal period, it was known as Khiziri Talab. It was renamed after the great ornithologist and naturalist Salim Ali. It also has a bird sanctuary and a garden maintained by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation. (39 KM)
Special food speciality and hotel
Region of Marathwada is famous for a Spicy food non-veg dish called Naan Khaliya and other foods.
Accommodation facilities nearby & Hotel/ Hospital/Post Office/Police station
Various hotels and resorts are available within a radius of 12 KM from Mhaismal.
Rural Hospital is at a distance of 12 KM from Mhaismal.
The nearest Post office is at a distance of 12 KM at Khultabad.
The nearest Police station is at a distance of 12.5 KM at Khultabad.
Visiting Rule and Time, Best month to visit
The best time to visit Miasmal is during the rainy season, although it has a moderate temperature all year round. During the rainy season, that is from the month of June to September, the hill station looks enhanced with greenery and the landscape views of the neighbouring valleys and hills become even more incredible.
Language spoken in area
English, Hindi, Marathi