The famous piligrimage centre Nevasa is an ancient place where the sacred river Pravara is flowing. On both the sides of river banks there are number of historical places, cultural centres, dharmic centres, shykshanic centres of ancient times. As such He is known as place punya bhumi.

In this holy land the marati language sacred book “Jnaneswari” was written by Sant Jnaneswar in 12th century. This holy book could be seen each and every family in the entire Maharastra State and every citizen will chant and read the book every day throughout the year.

Also on this land there was a temple of Karaveereswar; Sant Jnaneswar wrote the holy book Jnaneswari in this temple. We could see today a pillar where Sant Jnaneswar used to sit attached to it. Acutally the Karaveereswar temple was there about 650 years ago, though the entire temple was destroyed due to weather vagaries, this pillar stood as a test of the times for a long period; not only that the pillar is not shifted but it is there where it was when the temple was existing. The present temple is reconstructed as per the direction and guidance of Bansi Tambe Baba. Even today we could see theinscription on the pillar of Karaveereswar Temple like this;

“Om namah (Kara) Veereswar pitha mahen yath poorv
(Datt) Akandavarthi thylayar prathimas sadha hi tat
(roopakaa) nam shatak sankyaa deyyaa achandr soo
yenk (yaschi) karoothi drustri h tasya (saha)
poorve vrajyatythaa mangalam mahaashri!”

In the newly constructed building, the dining hall has capacity to accommodate rows of about 800 people. Even in this hall the idol of Shri Datta is installed, alongwith Shri Ram, Sita Lakshman and Shri Hanuman. The new building was constructed in the year 1957 and in that sampoorna Shri Jnaneswari holy book parayan was carried out and the script was written on the walls of the temple. And in this temple hall every year Shri Krishna Jayanthi, Gokulasttami festival are also performed. During these days of festivity thousands of people assemble in the temple comlex. Apart from performing the festivals, cultural, spiritual discourses, speeches, etc; are also conducted very beautifully and with pleasure.