Ghrishneshwar hosts a number of festivals. Many Hindu festivals in Ghrishneshwar are celebrated with grandeur.
Ganesh Festival or Ganesh Chaturthi: This festival in August-September is one of the most awaited events in Ghrishneshwar. It is celebrated with great passion.
Maker Sankranti: Maker Sankranti is a beautiful festival of the city and is celebrated with great rejoice. It is a celebration of the occasion of the `ascent` of the sun to the north.
Holi: The “festival of colours” is indeed celebrated in a very colourful manner in Ghrishneshwar and is one of the biggest festivals for the natives. The atmosphere is really charged up during the celebrations.
Ghrishneshwar has some deluxe and medium to budget accommodation options. Ajanta T Junction (Ajanta) and Ajanta Travellers Lodge (Ajanta) are the deluxe accommodation options and have all basic facilities like internet, homely food etc. Budget hotels include Kailash Hotel and Padmapani Park (Fardapur).
The summers in Ghrishneshwar are hot and humid and are generally avoided by the tourists. The month of April marks the start of summer season and it lasts till June. Temperature ranges between 32°C to 45°C during these months.Best Season at Ghrishneshwar
The best season to visit Ghrishneshwar is the winter season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for sightseeing. The best months to visit are October, November, December, January, February and March.Winter Season in Ghrishneshwar
Ghrishneshwar experiences winters in the months of October to February. The temperature remains in the comfortable 15°C - 28°C during these months. These are the best months to visit Ghrishneshwar.Monsoon Season in Ghrishneshwar
July marks the beginning of Monsoon season in Ghrishneshwar and it lasts till September. Adequate rainfall is experienced by the region in the months of July and August.
Best SeasonWinter; October to March
LANGUAGESMarathi and Hindi