Has anyone visited Khidrapur in Western Maharashtra?I have recently come to know about a small village named Khidrapur which is 60 kilometers away from the city of Kolhapur (towards the east). Khidrapur is nowadays called the Khajuraho of Maharashtra. In this village, at the bank of River Krishna, there is an ancient temple which has the 'ling' forms of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. I have heard that this ancient temple was constructed by Raja Singhandev, a king of Yadava dynasty, in the year 1136 A.D. This temple is known as Koeshwar Temple and the temple architecture is worth seeing.
This temple somehow managed to survive the plunderers before the reign of Aurangzeb. Even after extensive damages by the Mughal badshah, the architecture and carvings are worth seeing. Nowadays, many tourists with interest in Indian history are visiting this place.
I would like to know if any Member of ISC has visited this place, or not. If yes, then what is the best way to visit the temple from Delhi?