Shiva Temples, Uttarakhand

Famous Shiva Temples in Uttarakhand

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Arjuneshwar Temple

Arjuneshwar Temple
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Baghnath Temple

Baghnath Temple
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Baijnath

Baijnath
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Bairaskund Mahadev

Bairaskund Mahadev
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Baleshwar Temple

Baleshwar Temple
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Basukedar Temple

Basukedar Temple
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Bilkeshwar Mahadev Temple

Bilkeshwar Mahadev Temple
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Bineshwar Mahadev Temple

Bineshwar Mahadev Temple
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Budha Madmaheshwar

Budha Madmaheshwar
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Chinta Haran Mahadev Temple

Chinta Haran Mahadev Temple
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Daksha Mahadev Temple

Daksha Mahadev Temple
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Dandeshwar Temple

Dandeshwar Temple
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Dhwaj Temple

Dhwaj Temple
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Gopinath Temple

Gopinath Temple
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Haidakhan Temple

Haidakhan Temple
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Jageshwar

Jageshwar
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Jageshwar Mahadev Temple

Jageshwar Mahadev Temple
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Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple

Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple
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Kalpeshwar

Kalpeshwar
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Kapileshwar Mahadev Temple

Kapileshwar Mahadev Temple
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Kedarnath

Kedarnath
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Kedarnath Temple

Kedarnath Temple
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Koteshwar Mahadev Temple

Koteshwar Mahadev Temple
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Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple

Kranteshwar Mahadev Temple
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Lakhamandal

Lakhamandal
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Lateshwar Mandir

Lateshwar Mandir
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Madmaheshwar

Madmaheshwar
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Maha Mrityunjaya Temple

Maha Mrityunjaya Temple
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Makkumath

Makkumath
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Mankameshwar Temple

Mankameshwar Temple
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Mukteshwar Temple

Mukteshwar Temple
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Nagnath Temple

Nagnath Temple
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Nakuleshwar Temple

Nakuleshwar Temple
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Neelkanth Mahadev Temple

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple
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Omkar Ratneshwar Mahadev

Omkar Ratneshwar Mahadev
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Omkareshwar temple

Omkareshwar temple
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Pancheshwar Mahadev Temple

Pancheshwar Mahadev Temple
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Parad Shivlinga

Parad Shivlinga
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Patal Rudreshwar

Patal Rudreshwar
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Rudranath

Rudranath
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Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple

Rudreshwar Mahadev Temple
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Shiv Mandir

Shiv Mandir
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Someshwar Mahadev Sankri

Someshwar Mahadev Sankri
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Someshwar Temple Almora

Someshwar Temple Almora
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Tadkeshwar Mahadev Temple

Tadkeshwar Mahadev Temple
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Tapkeshwar

Tapkeshwar
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Timmersain Mahadev

Timmersain Mahadev
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Triyuginarayan Temple

Triyuginarayan Temple
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Tungnath

Tungnath
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Vriddha Jageshwar

Vriddha Jageshwar
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Agasteshwar Mahadev Temple, Rudraprayag
Agasteshwar Mahadev Temple is a popular Shaivites destination, located 18 kms from Rudraprayag and situated on the bank of river Mandakini. The temple is located inside the Santoshi Mata temple premises. The temple is also known as Agastyamuni Temple and it is believed that the great sage Agastya meditated here for a couple of years. Every year during Baisakhi, a grand fair takes place here.

Moteshwar Mahadev Temple, Kashipur
Moteshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the old and ancient Lord Shiva temple and also known as Bheem Shankar Jyotirlingam. The temple is an abode of Lord Shiva in Kashipur,located in Rudrapur of Uttrakhand.

Binsar Mahadev Temple, Chamoli
Binsar Mahadev Temple is located near Ranikhet area (19 kms) and is surrounded by deodar forest. Binsar Mahadev temple is ia at an altitude of 2480 meters. The temple is one of the must see sightseeing place in Binsar and famous for child blessing to childless ladies. Cleanliness of the temples vicinity and fresh green background add to the exclusiveness of this temple.

Gananath Temple, Almora
A popular cave temple of Lord Shiva, Gananath is situated near Satrali village (Takula) at a height of 2116 mts above sea level. The temple is at a distance of around 47 km from Almora and is thronged by people during the fair held on the occasion of Kartik Purnima.

Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple, Srinagar
A small temple with a mysterious background, Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple is situated in Pauri Garhwal region of Srinagar, Uttarakhand. The temple is the centre of a number of popular beliefs one of which says that during the Kartika Chaturdashi if a childless couple stands in front of the temple and spends the entire night holding an earthen lamp they will be blessed with a child. During Achra Saptami, i.e., the second day after Vasant Panchami, 52 types of dishes are offered to the deity.

Rameshwar Temple, Rishikesh
A vibrant temple of Lord Shiva near Ram Jhoola in Rishikesh, Rameshwar temple is popular among the local devotees. The Shikhara of the temple looks stunning from afar for its unique colour combination. The architecture of the temple looks modern and simple.

Someshwar Temple, Kausani
A quaint village with calm and composed environment, Someshwar is blessed with the presence of this sacred temple. It is around 11 km from the beautiful hill station Kausani. The temple is located on the Kausani – Almora road. People often believe that it is one among the 12 Jyotirlingas. The temples date back to the beginning of the 17th century and the idols are believed to belong to a period between 7th and 16th century AD.

Agasteshwar Mahadev Temple
Agasteshwar Mahadev Temple is a popular Shaivites destination, located 18 kms from Rudraprayag and situated on the bank of river Mandakini. The temple is located inside the Santoshi Mata temple premises. The temple is also known as Agastyamuni Temple and it is believed that the great sage Agastya meditated here for a couple of years. Every year during Baisakhi, a grand fair takes place here.

Moteshwar Mahadev Temple, Kashipur
Moteshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the old and ancient Lord Shiva temple and also known as Bheem Shankar Jyotirlingam. The temple is an abode of Lord Shiva in Kashipur,located in Rudrapur of Uttrakhand.

Binsar Mahadev Temple, Chamoli
Binsar Mahadev Temple is located near Ranikhet area (19 kms) and is surrounded by deodar forest. Binsar Mahadev temple is ia at an altitude of 2480 meters. The temple is one of the must see sightseeing place in Binsar and famous for child blessing to childless ladies. Cleanliness of the temples vicinity and fresh green background add to the exclusiveness of this temple.

Gananath Temple, Almora
A popular cave temple of Lord Shiva, Gananath is situated near Satrali village (Takula) at a height of 2116 mts above sea level. The temple is at a distance of around 47 km from Almora and is thronged by people during the fair held on the occasion of Kartik Purnima.

Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple, Srinagar
A small temple with a mysterious background, Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple is situated in Pauri Garhwal region of Srinagar, Uttarakhand. The temple is the centre of a number of popular beliefs one of which says that during the Kartika Chaturdashi if a childless couple stands in front of the temple and spends the entire night holding an earthen lamp they will be blessed with a child. During Achra Saptami, i.e., the second day after Vasant Panchami, 52 types of dishes are offered to the deity.

Rameshwar Temple, Rishikesh
A vibrant temple of Lord Shiva near Ram Jhoola in Rishikesh, Rameshwar temple is popular among the local devotees. The Shikhara of the temple looks stunning from afar for its unique colour combination. The architecture of the temple looks modern and simple.

Someshwar Temple, Kausani
A quaint village with calm and composed environment, Someshwar is blessed with the presence of this sacred temple. It is around 11 km from the beautiful hill station Kausani. The temple is located on the Kausani – Almora road. People often believe that it is one among the 12 Jyotirlingas. The temples date back to the beginning of the 17th century and the idols are believed to belong to a period between 7th and 16th century AD.