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Rameshwar Mandir is a temple located in Chaul, Maharashtra, India. It is a very ancient temple of Lord Shiva. The Chaul region is known for its temples. There are 365 temples in Chaul, equal to the number of days in a year. One Rameshwar Das Mandir is in Basai, Rajasthan. The date of construction is not known, but the temple has been renovated several times. In the front there is a large pond known as pokharan in Marathi.
The Mandir has three tanks (called kund in Marathi): parjanya kund, agni kund, and wayu kund, representing three elements of nature—Rain, fire, and air.