Shree Nagesh temple is a "Swayambhu" shrine of Lord Shankar and is known for its miraculous myths. The consecration of its Shivlinga is of ancient times, the history of which is not available at present, except a reference in the folk songs. The environs known as Nagzar - had in the past a grove of 'Shami' trees. A legend has it that a cow-boy noticed that a cow from his herd used to visit the place regularly and showered its milk. This led to the discovery of the shivlinga.
The surroundings are highly pleasing and are encircled by ranges of hills on the tree sides. The river Aghanashini flows on its fourth side. A nalla flows all the year round through the heart of the village and on its fourth sides. The river Aghanashini flows on its fourth side. A nalla flows all the year round through the heart of the village and on its either side one would find the oscillating dark green fields. There are a number of springs found in several places in the surrounding hills with areca plantations. Bhagwan Samba Shree Nagesh Maharudra has his abode in this delightful and fascinating spot.