Ambarnath Temple is on the Mumbai-Pune railway line at Akoli. Ambarnath Temple is said to be the only temple of its type in India. The temple, which dates back to 1060 AD compared in the fascinating and delicate impediment of design to the well-known Dilawara Temples of Mount Abu.
One can almost not or rarely come across a temple, which can compare even remotely with the Ambarnath temple. It is supposed that King Mahamandaleshwar built the temple in the memory of his predecessor. Fairs are held once a year through Shivartri, and thousands of pilgrims flock to the temple on this event. Adjacent airport from here is Mumbai.
There is a railway station at Ambarnath. State transport plies buses frequently to Ambarnath from almost all significant places in Maharashtra. The antique Shivalaya of Ambarnath is also appeal visiting.