Mangi Tungi is an area consisting of twin hills and a small plateau in between located near Tahrabad at a distance of 125 km from Nashik in the state of Maharashtra, India.
Actually Mangi and Tungi are two peaks of Sahyadri hills and stairs have been built to connect them, Mangi Tungi is located at a distance of about 125 kilometers from Nashik city, about 280 kilometers from Mumbai and about 330 kilometers from Pune city.
You will find many caves near Mangi Tungi Pinnacles, inside which many examples of Jain architecture can be seen. Apart from this, many sculptures can also be seen there which are related to Jainism. On the pinnacles of Mangi Tungi are the cave of Lord Mahavir, the cave of Shantinath Jain Digambar and the cave of Shri Mangi Giri along with many other caves.
A festival called Ratha Yatra is held here every year in the months of September and October. Many Hindus and Jains visit this place during this time.
Mangi Tungi Pinnacles, one of the most prominent pilgrimage sites of Jainism and one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Maharashtra.
Access : Coordinates: 20.842222, 74.084444 /
- Mangi Tungi trek : Mangi Tungi trek is a relatively easy , Stairs have been constructed to reach Mangi Tungi Pinnacles , the number of these stairs is more than 3500. Which may take you two to three hours to climb.
- Mangi Tungi Pinnacles : Mangi is the western pinnacle, which is 4,343 ft high, while Tungi is the eastern pinnacle, which is 4,366 ft high above sea level.
Go next : Base Village Taharabad / Bhilwad Village / Statue of Ahimsa , This statue is listed in the Guinness World Records as the tallest Jain icon. / city of Satana.