Harihareshwar Beach is in Raigad district, in Maharashtra, India. It is surrounded by three hills named Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, and Pushpadri. The river Savitri enters the Arabian Sea from the town of Harihareshwar. Harihareshwar beach is a famed tourist spot in Konkan for its temples and beaches. Additionally, it is said as Devbhumi or Temple Town. Harihareshwar Beach is an evergreen place and one may visit it in any season. It is placed in the heart of nature and bounded with Sahyadri’s hills. Towards the north of the town is the temple of Lord Harihareshwar, said to have been blessed by Lord Shiva. Hence Harihareshwar is often referred to as Deveghar or “house of God”.Besides a major religious journey center, Harihareshwar resort is popular with two beaches, one to the north and the other to the south of the temple. Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC)has a resort on the south beach. Harihareshwar, along with Shrivardhan and Diveagar Beach forms a popular weekend beach destination from Pune (190 km) and Mumbai (210 km). The Kalbhairav Jayanti Utsav (Festival on Birthday of Deity Kalbhairav) was initiated by Mr. Yashawant Balawant Nagle who was Sardar of Queen of Janjira Administering Harihareshwar village. He donated quite a large part of his property for funding the Temple management.