In a shocking development, it has been observed that the water temperature of hot springs in Vajreshwari village situated in Thane district, Maharashtra, has risen in the wake of Nepal’s devastating earthquake.
Scientists have also validated the observation that an increase in temperature of hot water springs is due to the deadly quake in the Himalayan nation.
The religious tourist spot of Vajreshwari is about 72 kms from Mumbai, off the Mumbai-Ahmedabad national highway. River Tansa, on the banks of which Vajreshwari is located, has many hot water springs along its bed.
Earlier, visitors used to take holy bath in the springs without any hassles. However, for the last three days, people are unable to enter the water bodies as the temperature is too high for them.