Shri Vitthal Mandir is situated on the banks of the river Valvanta in Sanquelim, the hometown of the Ranes of Sattari who played a prominent role in Goa' freedom struggle. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vitthal, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It was reconstructed in 1942 incorporating North India style of temple architecture though sanctum-sanctorum was left unaltered. The important attraction of Shri Vitthal Temple is an intricately carved wooden chariot, which symbolizes the chariot of Arjun of Mahabharata driven by Lord Krishna. The main festival dedicated to Lord Vitthal is usually held for 9 days during the Ashadi Ekadashi and Kartik Ekadashi, which draws thousands of devotees from all across the country.