The temple stands on the bank of the river Betwa (ancient Betrawati), built by Raja Bhojdeva in 11th century. Some say the temple was built by the Pandavas. It is said that Kunti left Karna here at the bank of… Continue Reading
On 27th Feb 2016 I received a forward mail in response to my previous post Part 1. Bhimashankar Dham Guwahati Assam. “I have read your description about the Bhimeswar at Pamohi in Guwahati. If you have done a research on this… Continue Reading
Virupaksha Temple at Hampi, Karnataka is a glorious 7th century temple of Lord Shiva (Virupaksha) by the banks of the river Tungabhadra (River Pampa / Goddess Parvati). The temple is a part of the Hampi group of monuments that are… Continue Reading
Triambakeshwar Jyotirlinga is located 25 km from Nashik, Maharashtra. It is said that the Jyotirlinga at Triambakeshwar has its three faces representing Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra. The temple is ancient. However, the current structure was renovated in the 18th century… Continue Reading
Haleshi Mahadev Temple and the mystical cave is about 5 hours east of Kathmandu, said to be in existence for over 6000 years. The three caves are said to represent the three eyes of Lord Shiva. The cave is 67… Continue Reading
The statue of Kailashnath Mahadev कैलाशनाथ महादेव at Sanga is less than half an hour from the revered Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal, via Bhaktapur. The statue is 44 metres / 144 feet tall.
This is an ancient Shiva temple in Narnaul Haryana.
This is the oldest standing Hindu temple of Malaysia. The current structure was built in the 17th-18th century by Thaivanayagam Chitty (Tamil traders from Panai in Tamil Nadu, India), this temple is dedicated to Lord Vinayagar or Ganesha. It also has an… Continue Reading
Batu Caves is a hill at the northern end of Kuala Lumpur, having the famous Batu Caves temples dedicated to Lord Murugan (Lord Kartikeya / Skanda / Subramaniyan). There are 272 steps leading to the caves.
This 65-feet Shiv idol was built in 1995 by RVM. Location behind Kemp Fort, Old Airport Road. (Thanks Sunitha Parapatla for the contribution)