Pataleshwar temple is dedicated to hindu god shiva & carved out of single basalt rock. The name Pataleshwar decribes ‘Patal’ translates to ‘underworld’, and ‘Ishwar’ translates to ‘god’. This temple is also known as Panchaleshwar or Bhamburde Temple. There are also statues of other Hindu Gods like, Ganesha, Lakshmi, Sita, Ram and Lakshman. The temple is visited by any religion, who is interested in history and admires the architectural beauty. The main attraction of this place is the circular mandpa of Nandi. The view of Mandapa looks breathtaking from Jangli Maharaj Temple. This structure have been designed to perfections & have seating arrangements around the mandpa. Some people says that, the temple is build in only few hours by the Pandavas. It seems that, due to some reasons, cave left unfinished after completing the front and the sanctum part. The wall carvings have sculptures depicting stories from Indian mythology, especially involving Shiva. The construction of this temple is very similar to Elephanta caves, which also left uncompleted. The finely crafted pillars, giant circular stones, enhances the beauty of the place. The structure build so brilliantly that the bell sounds in the unique way.