Pune (Maharashtra) to Aundha Nagnath (Maharashtra) distance is 438 km.
Aundha Nagnath is considered to be not just one of the twelve auspicious Jyotirlingas in India, but also the very first Jyotirlinga. It is one of the five Jyotirlingas situated in Maharashtra. It is believed that Yudhishtra - the eldest of the five Pandava brothers - built the Jyotirlinga in dedication to Lord Shiva, when they were sent on an exile for fourteen years. The temple of Aundha Nagnath is built to worship Lord Shiva and is built in the Hemadpanthi style of architecture. The temple is sprawled over a huge area of 60,000 ft. The most unique feature is the placement of Nandi in the back of the temple instead of the front.