Panchganga Temple Mug


This Ceramic Mug has a beautiful hand sketch of the Panchganga Temple in Mahabaleshwar. The temple is named so because it is at the confluence of 'five rivers' (panch-ganga).

 The five rivers are Krishna, Koyna, Venna, Savitri and Gayatri. They all come out of Gaumukhi, the holy cow's mouth carved out of stone in the temple. Built in 13th cent by King Singhandeo, the temple was visited and then renovated by Shivaji in the 17th cent.

This mug is an ideal souvenir for Mahabaleshwar and for Maharashtra. It's also great gift to a lover of Hindu temples and monuments. Buy it if you have traveled to these places and have 'beenthere'! Use the mug as you please…for your cuppa coffee or chai or as a meaningful stationary holder. Either ways it's a great addition to your collection of memorabilia.

We include an Info Tag with each product that elaborates on the place and adds true souvenir value. 
Care – Rinse the mug, do not scrub.
Size – Height of 3.75"

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