Allamprabhu Temple

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The Allamprabhu is a unique temple. Situated on a beautiful hill near a magnificent lake, the uniqueness of this temple is that "both Hindus and Muslims pray in this temple".[citation needed]

This place is located at 1.5 kilometers (0.93 mi) from Bhoom, a small town in Osmanabad district, Maharashtra.

Historically, Bhoom was under Nizam of Hyderabad. On September 17, 1948, the forces of Nizam of Hyderabad surrendered to the Indian forces. This temple is a nice example of how "Hindu and Muslim population lived peacefully in India in the pre-British era".[citation needed]

Coordinates: 18°27′45.63″N 75°39′27.64″E / 18.4626750°N 75.6576778°E / 18.4626750; 75.6576778