Do you know where Shiva's twelfth jyotirlinga is?

A total of 64 jyotirlingas of Shiva are mentioned in Hindu scriptures in India. However, due to various natural disasters and multiple attacks, only 12 Jyotirlingas are surviving in this country at the moment. Today we will learn about them.

(1) Somnath: It is located in Gujarat. This temple has been destroyed several times by Muslim rulers and foreign forces. Then the new temple was built. Nearby are Prabhas Tirtha, Krishna's Disappearance Place, Shankaracharya Temple etc.

(2) Mallikarjuna: Located at Srisailam in Turnal district of Andhra Pradesh. Temple surrounded by hills. Krishna River is in front. The crowd on Mahashivratri is eye-popping.

(3) Mahakala: This temple is on the banks of the Shipra River at Ujjayani in Madhya Pradesh. The main temple is underground. Ongkareshwar Shiv Mandir above. It is said that Ramachandra offered pindana to his father Dasharatha here.

(4) Kedarnath: There is nothing new to say about this pilgrimage. This temple is located at the foothills of the Himalayas at a height of 3584 meters. Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. Mandakini flows by the side. Shankaracharya's tomb is located here.

The Kedarnath temple was miraculously spared, although everything else was swept away in the 2013 Harpa flash flood. That nightmare is still in people's minds.

(5) Ongareshwar: 77 km by bus from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Island in Narmada River. Opposite the island is the temple. It was at this place that Shankaracharya got his initiation and success.

(6) Bhima Shankar: This temple is located on the banks of the river Bhima on top of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra. Small Shiv Linga made of black stone. 230 km from Aurangabad and 123 km from Pune. Guru Gobind Singh's memorial in Nanded is also not far away. Only 109 km.

(7) Nageshwar: It is also located in Gujarat. And very close to Somnath. It is only 17 km from Dwarka to Okha. Mahadev is worshipped here in the adorable form of Nageswara i.e. snake.

(6) Kedarnath: The Kedarnath temple was miraculously spared, although everything else was swept away in the 2013 Harpa flash flood. That nightmare is still in people's minds.

(5) Ongareshwar: 77 km by bus from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Island in Narmada River. Opposite the island is the temple. It was at this place that Shankaracharya got his initiation and success.

(6) Bhima Shankar: This temple is located on the banks of the river Bhima on top of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra. Small Shiv Linga made of black stone. 230 km from Aurangabad and 123 km from Pune. Guru Gobind Singh's memorial in Nanded is also not far away. Only 109 km.

(7) Nageshwar: It is also located in Gujarat. And very close to Somnath. It is only 17 km from Dwarka to Okha. Mahadev is worshipped here in the adorable form of Nageswara i.e. snake.

(8) Vishwanath: There is no need to say anything new about this. Kashi is Devadidev's own alay. In any case, Bholanath's residence is not in Kailash, but in Kashi. On the other hand, not only Vishwanath, Shiva is also known as 'Visweshwar' here. During the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar, his revenue minister Todramal renovated this temple. In 1786, Maharani Ahalyabai of Holkar covered the top of the temple with gold.

(9) Baijnath: Allegedly, Panchapandava founded this temple. The 804-year-old temple is located at Parle in Maharashtra. 130 km from Aurangabad.

(10) Rameswaram: Not only one of the twelve jyotirlingas, but also one of the four dhams. The statue was built by Sita Devi herself. Founded by Sri Ramachandra. The temple is located at the confluence of the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean, 20 km from Dhanushkodi. In the Pak system.

11) Ghrishneswar: The famous Ellora Caves of Maharashtra are very close. Only 1 km. On the other hand, it is only 28 km from Aurangabad. This Ghrishneshwar is one of the twelfth Jyotirlinga

(12) Trimbakeshwar: Just 50 km from Nashik in Maharashtra. Mainly for the famous Kumbh Mela. Every 12 years Purnakunta is organized at this Trimbakeshwar. The Shiva idol installed in the temple also has specialists. Here Shivamurthy is composed of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar.

 

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