Mangi Tungi

The Twin Peaks

Situated about 125 kms from Nashik, the Mangi-Tungi are twin peaks separated by a vast plateau in the middle. Mangi, the western peak, has seven old temples and also the Balbhadra cave wherein idols of Lord Balram and many others can be found. The eastern peak, Tungi giri exhibits and array of temples, caves, and many idols. However, the most astounding thing to behold at the Mangi-Tungi remains the Statue of Ahimsa - a 108 feet tall statue that holds the Guiness World Record for the tallest Jain statue in the world.

What to do

Climb 1470 steps to be precise to reach the area where there is lift to take you to the tallest one stone statue of the first Thirthankar Rishabh Dev, It is carved out from the hill feature itself


Recommended Time & Duration

Nashik experiences hot and humid climate in the summer season and these periods are generally avoided by tourists. The best season to visit Nashik is during the winter months. The temperature during the period from October to March remains very pleasant and ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities in Nashik.

Travel Essentials

Travel options


130 Km from Nashik

3 Hours


128 Km from Nashik

2 Hours 30 Min


124 Km from Nashik Railway Station

2 Hours 10 Min

Stay Option

Nearest Stay Option within 10 Km radius


Nearest Hospital within 28 Km
45 Min

Petrol Pump

Nearest Petrol Pump within 10 Km
15 Min


Many options available within 8 Km 
11 Min


Travel & Stay Partner

2 People in 1 Room
Room 1:
2 AdultsAbove 12 years
0 Children Below 12 years
  • Age(s) of Children
Room 1:
2 Adult(s)Above 12 years
0 Children Below 12 years
  • Age of Children

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