Kedareshwar Cave are located at Harishchandragad, Maharashtra, India.
* Its origin is said to have been in the 6th century, during the rule of Kalachuri dynasty..
* This particular Shivling (called Kedareshwar) atop Harishchandragad is carved out a single rock inside a cave. The cave itself, may be a natural ground water reservoir.
* Even if the nearby streams are dry there is always water in this cave.
* There is one thing certain about this cave - No matter what time of the year you decide to visit this place, you can't touch the shivling without getting wet.
* This cave temple is famous for 12 feet high Shiva Lingam holds 4 poles in four directions and surrounded by 4 feet deep water.
* In the west side the Shiva puja scene carved on the wall about 6 feet hight and in the middle there is inner chamber carved where 4-6 persons can sit comfortably and perform puja and chanting.
* This cave located on the bank of Holy River Malganga which is known as Mula at the base villages.
* This shivling is totally surrounded by water.
* The total height from its base is five feet, and the water is waist-deep.
* It is quite difficult to reach the Shivlinga because the water is ice-cold.
* There are sculptures carved out here. In monsoon it is not possible to reach this cave, as a huge stream flows across the way.
* Harishchandragad lies where the boundaries of Thane, Pune & Ahmednagar districts