The Kamala Devi Temple is built by Raje Rawrambha Nimbalkar. One can see its tall peaks and towers 20 kms. far from Karmala. Just on the outskirts of the town is the temple dedicated to the goddess Bhavani commonly known as Kamla Bhavani Mandir. It is a Hemadpanthi structure extended and renovated by Rao Rambha Nimbalkar. The temple is over a slightly raised plateau to the east of the town. By both the sides of the goddess are placed the idols of Mahadeo and Ganapati and Vishnu and Lakshmi. In front is the homakund. The temple has an artistic spire. To the back of the homakund are three lamp posts (dipmals). From one of these dipmals could be had a bird's-eye-view of the surrounding area. Amongst the gopuras the one over the west gate is impressive. The bell in the sabhamandap of the temple is about 150 years old and an inscription over the bell mentions it to have been hung in Shake 1740. The unique feature of this temple is the two gopuras which are built in the South Indian style. In Deolali gaon in Karmala
Kamala Devi temple is situated on hill at the east side of Karmala town in Solapur district in Maharashtra state.