Hedvi village lies in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, near the Guhagar town. This village is popular for the Lord Ganesha temple and the Sri Dasabhuj Lakshmi Ganesh Devasthan. The name Sri Dasabhuj Lakshmi Ganesh Devasthan is derived from the idol of Lord Ganesha which possesses dasha bhuja, meaning ten hands in Hindi.This temple was constructed during the reign of the Peshwas and the marble for constructing the Ganesha idol was brought from Jammu and Kashmir. The village also has the Uma Maheshwari temple and the Brahman Ghal, a natural gorge. The Brahman Ghal is about 35 ft in length and 20 ft in depth. It is a 2 ft wide gorge that produces milky bubbles during tidal period.
Varchwadi, Asgoli, Maharashtra 415703, India