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Temple Visit


A visit to the famous temples is almost mandatory. Reminding you of the stone balanced structures straight out of a Flintstones comic or Stonehenge, these temples have been here since centuries and are a wonder in themselves. The little legends and tales around the temples are part of the folklore and intrigues which our local guides would be happy to share with you.

Shiva Temples in India

India is a country of diverse culture. India’s rich cultural and historical tradition is well maintained in its temple architecture and pilgrim spots. From the great Himalayas in the North to Kanyakumari in the South, there are over a thousand holy places and temples in India existing since hundreds of years. Many opinions have been formed to explain the existence of these shrines in such a large number, creating the path to attain redemption or "nirvana". The carvings and trimmings in these ancient temples of India reveal one of the world's artistic talents.

 It is obvious that a country like India is full of devotional people. There are many gods in Hinduism but Lord Shiva is known as the God of recreation. He is known as the destroyer. He is the protector of the spirits from the pain and suffering of the World. The worshippers have many holy casa's of Shiva. Temples of Lord Shiva are the places of major fascination for the sojourner coming from all over the world. The temples of Lord Shiva, the Hindu god are besprinkled all over the country. It is thus very important to know the various holy places in India. The most famous Shiva temples in India among the numerous Shiva temples are the 12 Jyotirling as well as the 5 Pancha Bhoota temples.

There are thousands of lingams all over India but some of have special significance. The most significant of all these lingams are called Jyotirlingas. In the Jyotirlinga temples, Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of Jyotirlingam which is also known as the “Lingam of Light". The 12 Jyotirlinga temples are also known as the Dwadasa Jyotirlinga shrine. The 12 Jyotirlinga temples of Lord Shiva are The Somnath temple in Gujarat, The Mallikarjuna temple in Srisailam, The Mahakaleshwar temple in Madhya Pradesh, The Omkareshwar temple in Madhya Pradesh, The Kedarnath Jyotirlinga temple in Uttarakhand, The Bhimashankar temple in Maharashtra, The Kashi Vishwanath temple in Uttar Pradesh, The Vaidyanath temple in Deogarh, The Trimbakeshwar temple in Maharashtra, The Nageshwara Jyotirlinga temple and the Grineshwar temple in Maharashtra.

The most famous Lord Shiva Temple in India is the Jageshwar temple in Uttaranchal. This temple is located some 35 kms away from Almora in Uttarakhand. Jageshwar temple is considered among the 12 Jyotirlingas of God Shiva. Jageshwar temple is located in an amazing valley surrounded by the Deodar trees.

Out of the Shiv Temples in Kumaon and Garhwal, the Jageshwar temple contains around 125 temples of different sizes and over a hundred statues made of stone. There are many temples dedicated to Child Shiva as well as Old Shiva. Lord Shiva is worshipped in two forms all over India, namely in the form of a "Ling" which is made of black stone and in the form of Lord Shiva's statue. Fairs are conducted every year in the month of 'Savan' which falls between the months of July and August as well as during Shivratri at Jageshwar.

The Jageshwar is an ideal place for worshippers as well as a great vacation spot due to it being surrounded by beautiful scenery. It’s a peaceful location between the valleys lending an ideal ambiance for the tourists. The Jageshwar temple is located at a beautiful location where the tourists can enjoy the amazing and peaceful scenery as well as the holy and religious environment surrounding the temple. Van Serai Forest Lodge is a good alternative to the hotels in Almora.

 
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