Adasa is a tiny village in the district of
Nagpur, which houses few ancient and magnificent
temples. It is just 45-km away from Nagpur and is a major Hindu pilgrim
centre. There is a Ganapati temple, where idol of the Lord is made of a
single stone to facilitate easy worship for the devotees.
Near Adasa there is a hill, which houses a temple dedicated to Lord Mahadeo with three Lingas. It is believed that these three lingas have emerged from the ground by themselves.
A large fair is held here annually during the month 'Pausha' (December - January) at the Ganapati temple, the most popular and revered God of Maharashtra.
Air: Nearest airport is Nagpur 45-km away from the
Rail: Nearest railway station is Nagpur 45-km from the temple.
Road: Tourists can access this place easily as many buses ply from Nagpur, Kalmeshwar and Saoner.
For accommodation Dharamshalas and hotels are available at Nagpur.