Historical Ganpati Temple Chandwad History :The Place In Nashik Maharashtra
The city is located on NH-3 (famous as Mumbai-Agara Road) between Pimpalgaon Baswant and Malegaon. The main attraction of the city are Rangmahal (fort built by Ahilyadevi Holkar) and an adjoining well. The Rangmahal now houses many government offices, and a government school. Mrs. Holkar also built a famous network of subways from her palace to different popular locations like Goddess Renuka Temple and a well near Vinchur. They were supposed to be used as safe passage under enemy attack.
Mrs. Ahilyadevi Holkar made a road from Indore (Indur in Marathi) to Trimbakeshwar, which is now part of NH-3. The Holkars were appointed as key Jahagirdaar by the Peshwas. The road was an important trade and travel link between Indore to Trimbakeshwar, with onward link to Pune originating from Malegaon City.
This is now a days called as icchapurti ganesh mandir vadbare chandwad
The town boasts cosmopolitan culture, and amity. Ganeshotsav is an important festival for the town, and is celebrated at the town level. The town had many handlooms, which vanished after 1970. The state highway from Vinchur (district Nashik) to Prakasha (district Dhule) crosses NH-3 in this town. The other state highway originates from Chandwad to Manmad and further to Nandgaon. This town acts as a gateway for traffic from the north part of Nashik district to Ahmadnagar and Aurangabad, and especially to Manmad Rail station. As a result, the town has significant traffic and allied trade (transport, hotels and garages).
Places to visit
Rangmahal (Holkar Wada)
Temple of Renuka Mata
Hazrat Nanavali (R.A.) Dargah Sharif
Temple of Chandreshwar (Shankar Bhagwan)
Hazrat Jummanshah Bukhari (R.A.) Dargah Sharif
Ganesh Mandir (Vadbaare) (ichhapurti mandir)
Temple of Shani Dev
Shree kachrnath swami maharaj mandir at Bhoyegaon village near Chandwad
Bhairavnath Temple (near Petrol Pump Square)
Kalika Mata mandir and Mahavir Caves
Chandreshwar Temple (Mahadev Mandir on top of mountain)
Rahud Dam And Khoakad lake
Fort Rajdher, Fort Koldher, Indrayi Fort and Chandwad Fort
Kedrai Devasthan(just 2.1 km on NH3 through Vadali Bhoi)
Above source :Wikipedia.org