5 famous shiva temples in india


5 famous shiva temples in India

India has a wide scope of religious structures from season to culture. Consistently several celebrations are commended in India. During the Maha Shivratri Day and the long stretch of Shravan, fans from the whole way across the nation visit Shiva temples and demonstrate their regard and offer supplications to the compelling God. 

Here is a rundown of temples you should investigate, and join the festival: 

Kedarnath temple, Uttarakhand
Kedarnath temple, Uttarakhand 

1. Kedarnath, Uttarakhand 

Kedarnath is one of the four noteworthy destinations in India known as Chota Char Dham. Located in the Uttranchal province of India in the extraordinary north side of the Himalayan region, the temple stays open from April till November and gets substantial snowfall throughout the winter months. The temple sits at a stature of 3583 m above ocean level. 

Kedarnath temple isn't straightforwardly open by the street, a 14 km tough trek from Gaurikund must be crossed to reach there. 

Lingaraj Temple, Bhubaneswar
Lingaraj Temple, Bhubaneswar

2.Lingaraj Temple, Bhubaneswar 

Lingaraj Temple is one of the most seasoned Shiva temples in Bhubaneswar (Orissa). It is accepted that the temple was developed by the King Jajati Keshari, who had a place with the Somavamsi line and after that altered later by the leaders of the Ganga kingdom. At the very least 1000 years of age, the present structure of the temple was worked in the eleventh century. 

The managing god in this temple is Lord Harihara, one of the types of Lord Shiva. The temple has it's referencing even in the Sanskrit writings (Brahma Purana, a Hindu sacred writing). 

You can undoubtedly get to the Lingraj temple from the Bhubaneswar airplane terminal or railroad station. 

Bhimashankar Temple, Maharashtra
                           Bhimashankar Temple, Maharashtra 

3.Bhimashankar, Maharashtra 

Bhimashankar temple is located in the town Bhorgiri in the ghat district of the Sahyadri extend at a stature of around 3,250 feet. The temple is worked in the Nagara design style and has verifiable significance. The temple is encompassed by the thick green timberland and as of late was announced as a natural life haven. 

You can undoubtedly surpass the Bhimashankar temple trough a transport or auto from the closest Pune air terminal or railroad station. 

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Omkareswar temple ghat view 

Omkareswar temple over the bridge 

Omkareshwar(Madhya Pradesh)
                               Omkareshwar(Madhya Pradesh) 

4.Omkareshwar(Madhya Pradesh) 

Omkareshwar Temple is located on the island of Mandhata, alongside the banks of Narmada River (Madhya Pradesh). It's a holy island that is molded like the Hindu images 'OM'. The temple has a terrific Sabha Mandap remaining on around 60 colossal brownstone pillar(14 feet high), extravagantly cut with an inquisitive frieze and filet of satyrlike figures. 

The closest city and airplane terminal is Indore which is 80 km far.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Kashi Vishwanath Temple view 

5.Kashi Vishwanath, Uttar Pradesh 

Kashi Vishwanath temple is located in Varanasi, at the western bank of the sacred waterway Ganges. The temple is renowned for its gold-plated vaults and towers and its Nandi Bull statue. Kashi Vishwanath is an old temple - this spot is about the heavenly. 

According to Hindu folklore, it is an old conviction that the individuals who inhale their final gasp here in Kashi Vishwanath, get mitigated from the cycle of birth and passing. 
Kashi Vishwanath temple is 5 km away from the Varanasi railroad station. You can accomplish the temple by having an auto-rickshaw

Mahakal temple Ghat Ujjain
Mahakal temple Ghat Ujjain

mahakal temple Ujjain
Mahakal temple view 

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Mahakal temple Ujjain 

Mahakaleshwar Temple, Ujjain

Mahakaleshwar Temple, located in the antiquated city of Ujjain in the territory of Madhya Pradesh, keeps on being one of the holiest and extraordinary spots of the journey for Hindus to date. The residence Lord Shiva, it is on the banks of the Rudra Sagar Lake and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Indeed, even in the advanced and feverish ways of life, the temple keeps on giving guests a by and large extraordinary and unequaled genuine feelings of serenity and levelheadedness.

The Mahakaleshwar Temple complex is an extensive patio with sculptural delicacy and advancement that is impacted by Maratha, Bhumija and Chalukya styles of basic structure and is finished with great lingam models of Mahakaleshwar. It likewise has the engravings of Omkaresvara and Nagachandresvara and pictures of Ganesha, Kartikeya, and Parvati. The temple, which is spread more than five levels, is a significant traveler community for Hindus. Various religious celebrations and festivities likewise happen here consistently and are commended with incredible intensity. Other than these, the Bhasma-Aarti of the temple is a custom function that you ought not to miss.

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