12 Jyotirlingas In India

 

 

What is jyothirlinga ?

Worship of shivalinga is considered the prime worship for the devotees of Lord shiva. Worship of all other forms is considered secondary. The significance of the shivalinga is that It is the resplendent light (flame) form of the Supreme - solidified to make the worship of It easier. It represents the real nature of God - formless essentially and taking various forms as It wills.

This jyoti swarUpa of God exist in all the shivalinga forms, there are prominent abodes across Indian subcontinent, where It is in a splendid form. These are renowned as dvAdasa jyotir lingas or 12 jyotirlingas. These are held at much great esteem since the ancient pre-historic times. purANas talk in many sections as well as in detail about the glory of these abodes. Devotees have been getting pulled towards these kshetras due to the highly benevolent divine presence in these abodes, since ancient times.

The 12 jyothirlinga temples

There is a sanskrit shloka that lists the twelve jyotirlinga temples. (This and the complete dvAdasa jyotirlinga stotra could be found at Scripture Page)

"Saurashtre Somanathamcha Srisaile Mallikarjunam|

Ujjayinya Mahakalam Omkaramamaleswaram ||

Paralyam Vaidyanathancha Dakinyam Bheema Shankaram |

Setu Bandhethu Ramesam, Nagesam Darukavane||

Varanasyantu Vishwesam Tryambakam Gautameethate|

Himalayetu Kedaaram, Ghrishnesamcha shivaalaye||

Etani jyotirlingani, Saayam Praatah Patennarah|

Sapta Janma Kritam pApam, Smaranena Vinashyati||"

Mahadev, the Lord incorporates in Himself, the aura and the holiness of all the twelve JyotirLingas. The grandeur of these places is unique. Devotees line up in great numbers to take a look and get a Darshan of all the JyotirLingas.

Location of the jothirlinga temples

Two on the seashore, three on riverbanks, four in the heights of the mountains and three in villages located in meadows; the twelve Jyotirlingas are spread out like this. Every place has been described in glorious words by many detailing the surroundings etc.

Those of us who go to these temples of Shubhankar Shankar- Jyoti-Sivasthan, receive the holy blessings of the Lord, and come back happy, peaceful and blessed. This in indeed depends on one's devotion and experience too.

  1. Somnath in Saurashtra (Guj)
  2. Mallikarjun in Srisailam (A.P.)
  3. Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain (M.P.)
  4. Omkareshwar in Shivpuri / mAmaleswara (M.P.)
  5. Vaidyanath in Deogarh (Bihar)
  6. Nageswar in Darukavanam
  7. Kedareswar in Kedarnath / Himalayas (Utt)
  8. Tryambakeswar in Nasik (Mah)
  9. Rameshwar in Setubandanam / Rameshwaram (T.N.)
  10. Bhimashankar in Dakini (Mah)
  11. Visweswar in Varanasi (U.P.) and
  12. Ghrishneswar in Devasrovar (Mah).

Those who chant the Dwadasa JyotirLinga Stotram or prayer will attain salvation and enlightenment and be released from this cycle of human existence with all its travails. By worshipping the Lingas, people of all castes, creeds and colour would be freed from all difficulties. By eating the holy offering made to these Lingas (Naivedyam) one would be rid of all the sins instantly.

As a matter of fact, we do the Darshan of the JyoritLingas as a part of our daily life. Sun, Fire and Light etc., are indeed a part of that great Light. "Om tatsavituvarenye" these magical words of the Gayatri mantra or chant invoke this Supreme light only. By chanting this powerful Mantra, humans can obtain divine power to their life-light or Atmajyothi.

The aura of the Sun rays and the various benefits that can be derived there from is indeed a difficult task to describe. This gorgeous life-light is the only thing that is responsible for the activity in the universe. We salute this life force.

"Agni" or fire is a great light. For all the activities on the earth, "Fire" is the pivot.

Deepajyoti or light and its greatness, is known to all of us, and we offer our prayers. Let us celebrate the glory of light. Light is offered a place of pride at welcome celebrations and on all auspicious occasions.

"Shubham karoti kalyanam Arogyam Dhanasampada|

Shatru buddhi vinashaya Deepa Jyoti namostute||"

This light removes the darkness from the lives of one and all. Darkness means ignorance and it is destroyed by this light. The natured light of God makes all our wishes come true, when we take a Darshan of it.

Somanath: This temple is situated in Gujarat and is one of the first Jyotirlingas. According to Hindu mythology, Bhairavanatha at Prabhasa was worshipped by the moon, and hence Shiva here is referred to as Somanath.

Mallikarjun: Mallikarjun is situated at Sree Sailam, about 250 km From Hyderabad, near Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh. This is widely visited by Saivities and it constitutes one of the 12 Jyotirlingam shrines of Shiva. The deities here are worshiped as Mallikarjuna (Shiva) and Bhramaramba (Devi).

Mahakaleshwar - The shrine of Mahakaleshwar is situated at Ujjain (or Avanti) in Madhya Pradesh. It was considered to be the capital of King Vikramaditya Chandragupta of the Gupta dynasty. According to one legend, demon Dushana beset the residents of Avanti; upon the request of the population of Avanti Lord Shiva appeared from the ground and bested the demon. Since that period Shiva took up permanent address here as Mahakaleshwara Jyotirlinga. The Maha Shivaratri Festival is celebrated here every year with much ecstasy and gaiety.

Omkareshwar: It is situated on Mandhata hill on the banks of river Narmada in M.P. There are two famous temples dedicated to Omkareshwara and Amaleshwara. There is popular belief that once upon the request of the Devas, the Shivalinga split into two, one half being Omkareshwara and the other Amaleshwara or Amareshwar. King Mandhatha of the Ishvaku clan is regarded to have worshipped as Shiva here.

Kedarnath: It is situated near Badrinath in Uttaranchal, located on the Rudra Himalaya range. This shrine is accessible to visitors only once in every 6 months because rest of the time, it is covered with snow. According to Hindu mythology, Nara and Narayana - two incarnations of Vishnu practised severe penances at Badrikashramam, in front of a Shivalingam fashioned out of earth. When Shiva appeared in front of them, they requested him to take up a permanent abode as a Jyotirlingam at Kedarnath.

Bhimashankar: It is situated near Pune, Maharashtra. According to the legend, Lord Shiva is said to have taken house in the form of Bhima, upon to the request of the Gods on the top of the Sahyadri hills. The sweat that poured forth from his body after a battle is believed to have formed the Bhimarathi River. Thus, Mahashivratri is the biggest festival celebrated here every year.

Kashi Vishwanath: It is situated in Banaras, the city believed to be devoted exclusively to Lord Shiva and is a major shakti peeth of India. There is popular belief that any human being who dies here gets a place in the heaven.

Tryambakeshwar: It is situated near Nashik in Maharashtra. In ancient history, Gowtama muni lived here with his wife - Ahalaya. By virtue of his devotion received from Varuna, a bottomless pit from which he received an inexhaustible supply of grains and food. The other rishis, jealous of his fortune, arranged for a cow to enter his granary, and caused it to die as Gowtama attempted to ward it off with a bunch of Darbha grass. Gowtama therefore worshipped Shiva, to bring the Ganga down to his hermitage to purify the premises. The Ganga came down as Godavari, and Shiva took up an abode here in the form of Tryambaka. Interestingly, locals refer to the river here as Ganga and not as Godavari.

Vaidyanath: Vaidyanath is situated at Deogarh, in the Santal Parganas region of Bihar. This shrine is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva and devotees throughout the country visit the shrine in large crowds especially on Maha Shivaratri.

Nageshwar: It is situated at Dwarka in Gujarat. According to one legend, God's devotee by name Supriya was attacked by a demon Daaruka and then, demon imprisoned him along with many others at his capital Daarukaavana, where he resided with his wife. Since then, Lord Shiva appeared there in the form of Jyotirlinga and is believed that he has beaten the demon with the Paasupata Astram.

Rameshwaram: It is situated in southern Tamil Nadu. The temple is dedicated to Rama for his victorious return from Sri Lanka. According to the history, it is believed that Rama worshipped Shiva in the form of a Shiva Lingam made of earth by Sita, while returning to Ayodhya. It is believed that ancient temple has been demolished in 12th century itself.

Grishneshwar: It is located close to Ellora, in Maharashtra. The legend says that a devout woman Kusuma worshipped Lord Shiva regularly by immersing a Shivalingam in a tank, as a part of her daily ritual worship. Her husband's first wife, envious of her piety and standing in society murdered Kusuma's son in cold blood. An aggrieved Kusuma continued her ritual worship, and when she immersed the Shivalingam again in the tank, her son was miraculously restored to life. Shiva is said to have appeared in front of her. The villagers, since then, believed to have been worshiping Lord Shiva in the form of a Jyotirlinga called Grishneshwar or Ghusmeshwar.

 

Somnath,Gujarat,West India
Somnath,Gujarat,West India
Mallikarjun,Srisailam,Kurnool Dist,Andhra Pradesh,South India
Mallikarjun,Srisailam,Kurnool Dist,Andhra Pradesh,South India
Mahakaleshwar,Ujjaini,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Mahakaleshwar,Ujjaini,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Omkareshwar,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Omkareshwar,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Amaleshwar,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Amaleshwar,Madhya Pradesh,Central India
Vaidyanath,Parali,Maharashtra,West India.
Vaidyanath,Parali,Maharashtra,West India.
Bhimashankar,Dhakini,Maharashtra,West India
Bhimashankar,Dhakini,Maharashtra,West India
Rameshwaram,Tamil Nadu,South India
Rameshwaram,Tamil Nadu,South India
Naganath,Maharashtra,West India.
Naganath,Maharashtra,West India.
Vishvanath,Kashi(Varanasi),UttarPradesh, North India.
Vishvanath,Kashi(Varanasi),UttarPradesh, North India.
Tryambakeshwar,Nasik,Maharashtra,West India
Tryambakeshwar,Nasik,Maharashtra,West India
Grushneshwar(gusumeswar),Ellora,Near Aurangabad,Maharashtra,West India
Grushneshwar(gusumeswar),Ellora,Near Aurangabad,Maharashtra,West India
Kedharnath,Uttaranchal,North India
Kedharnath,Uttaranchal,North India

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best of the web 8 years ago from US

Good article.

Thanks for sharing :)


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blogit2050 8 years ago from india

thanks for the great hub and information countrywomen


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ptshubs 8 years ago

nice informative hub for people who want to travel this places. good


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Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

A lot of light is also in this your hub...thanks for sharing it. I enjoyed reading your article. Thanks for many interesting informations... It reminded me on many holy moments of group chanting Gajatry mantra...Light&Love


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Trsmd 7 years ago from India

Recently I have visited 3 jyothirlingas in Maharashtra on my holiday visit.. I am preparing a page about my trip...


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Trsmd- Looking forward to your experiences. Hope you had a great time. India has so much to offer for different types of tourists (Whether its temples, forts, palaces, scenic places or any other type of tourism). Thanks for stopping by.


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RC Sharma 7 years ago

Great information. Thanks.


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Sharma- You are welcome. Thanks for stopping by.


vishwa 7 years ago

thnks 4 a good information........


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Vishwa- Thanks for stopping by. Hope you liked the information and will travel to those places.


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bhalla_neet 7 years ago from Delhi

Thank you for sharing the information and also enabling me to take a trip around the jyotilingas for free on the Internet. Keep up the good work!


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Ravneet- Glad you liked this hub and had a free virtual tour of Jyotirlingas. Thanks for stopping by and commenting...LOL


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Hari Baskar 7 years ago from Chennai South India

Hello C.W

Jothirlingas is a fantastic blog it has wonderful photos nice application of mind felt in this collection. It tempts me to see those temples immediately.

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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Baskar- Thanks for stopping by. Glad you liked the information and hopefully you will travel to those places soon.


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easetravels 7 years ago from INDIA,TAMILNADU

Great. I shall make my office to concentrate to sell a package tour to 12 jyothir Linga dharshan also.


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Easetravel- That would be a great idea. My grandmother went in a group on a bus on such a trip for over a month.


seena 7 years ago

This is just to inform that Vaidyanath Jyotirlinga is in Deoghar, Bihar, not Maharastra.


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britneydavidson 7 years ago from united kingdom

wow this is really great hub...as i been to india and i am very fond of temple....i been to so many temples even...


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA Author

Seena- Thanks for spotting that. I picked that list from one site where there is some controversy about vaidyanath but the description from another site hence no mistakes there.

P.S: http://www.templenet.com/Ganga/vaidyanath.html

Britney- Which part of India did you visit? I am glad that you like our temples. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


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G P Tripathi 7 years ago from India

May lord shiva bless you always. that was very informative. I have already visited the six of these jyotirlingas and the seventh pashupatinath in Kathmandu

good work keep it up


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britneydavidson 7 years ago from united kingdom

i have been to north part of india....i did not have long halt there so just got chance to visit red fort and lotus temple and some historical place.but had really great fun.


Haresh B Gor 7 years ago

tHANKS FOR THE DETAILED INFORMATION BUT I GOT 1 DOUBT THAT VAIDHYANATH TEMPLES ARE 2 ONE IN BIHAR AND ANOTHER 1 IS IN PARLI MAHARASHTRA WHICH ONE IS CONSIDER AS JYOTIRLINGAM


Anu 7 years ago

I want to know if there is any specific sequence has to follow in visiting all the jothirlinga temples.

which should be visited first?


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PMS9 7 years ago from India

Very nice information on Jyotirlinga temples..


ravi shanker agrawal 7 years ago

of the 12 jyothirlingas is PARLI-VAIJNATH of Maharastra included


Santosh Kumar Singh 6 years ago

Very useful information.


Vijay Bisnauthsing 6 years ago

We are planning to tour the 12 Jyotir Lingas. As we will be touring during the month of November (1st to 28th),we will be starting from Delhi-1st to Kedarnath, Vishwanath,Vaidnath(Bihar),Rameshwaram,Malikarjuna,Bhimashankar,Trimbaleshwar,Grishneshwar,Omkareshwar,Mahakaleshwar,Somnath and Nageshwar - 28 days touring - we will be 15 persons - will report after tour.


bhargavjani 6 years ago

Very nice information on Jyotirlinga temples


SVSRAO 6 years ago

PROPER INFORMATION GIVEN. I APPRECIATE THIS SITE.THIS SITE SHOWING A WAY TO THE DEVOTEES SO THAT THEY CAN PLAN PROPERLY AND START FOR PILGRIMAGE.


SAPHER VENKATA SITAPATI RAO, HYDERABAD, INDIA 6 years ago

THIS SITE HAS LOT OF INFORMATION REGARDING JYOTIRLINGAS. BUT ONE THING IS PUTTING EVERYBODY IN CONFUSSION THAT THE VAIDYANATH JYOTIRLINGA IS IN DEOGHAR, JHARKHAND OR IN PARLE VAIDYANATH. WHICH IS CORRECT. WHICH LINGA IS JYOTIRLINGA. PLEASE CLARIFY.IN AGRIGATE THIS SITE IS VERY VERY GOOD AND HIGHLY APPRECIATED.


Sunita Nijai 6 years ago

Very nice information. i hve family. I wish i could plan & complete visit 12 jyotirlingas very soon.


Bharat Rangare 6 years ago

Excellent....... Places to visit this is one that everyone would love to do in their lifetime..


Apurva Kulkarni 6 years ago

good article


Pune India 6 years ago

Great information of shiva temples - I visited two of them - Bhimashankar and gusumeswar. Nice holy places.

Jyotika


Ashish Modi 5 years ago

om namo shiva,,,i love inida and shive,,,i am happy to be hindu,,,thanks for so much informations,,,


wer 5 years ago

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rajesh babu 5 years ago

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bharathi.anchula 5 years ago

there is more confussion about nageswaram ,is it in maharasta or in gujarath? now this site cleared my confusion.thanking u


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Pankaj 5 years ago

Realy very good article,


Ajith Shetty 5 years ago

Very dood article, good information .Thanks


amar 5 years ago

om namah shivay i love india


BharathKumar 5 years ago

Om kara bindhu samukktham Nityam Dyaanthi Yoginaha

kamadam Mokshadam Chaiva Tasmi Omakaraya Namonamaha

Om namah shivay


K.Mallesappa 5 years ago

Very Good Information.


VIVEK BHARGAVA 5 years ago

THANKS FOR THE DETAILED INFORMATIONS REGARDING JYOTIRLINGA


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upal19 5 years ago from Dhaka

Wonderful hub. I've bookmarked and voted. Thanks for sharing.


RAJA 5 years ago

GOOD INFO OF SHIVA TEMPLES


KEDARNATH RAO BEDARE 5 years ago

Really it was great...........................


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vinita 4 years ago

thanks for information


SATYANARAYANA 4 years ago

EXCELLENT INFORMATION IAM PLANING TO VISIT 12 JYOTIRLINGAS ALONG WITH MY WIFE ANY TIME. REALLY I AM DREAMING FOR IT TO HAPPEN AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE


raghvendra singh 4 years ago

it is very useful site for knowing the information jyotirlin


dinesh kaushal 4 years ago

REALLY IT IS VERY NICE TO LEARN REG. Shiv BHAGWAN ON THIS SITE.


RAJ 4 years ago

Plz paste the photo of vaidyanth (but now called as BAIDYANATHDHAM )in Bihar (but after partition of Bihar , now this Linga is in JHARKHAND) ......


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Yaduvanshi 4 years ago from Bharat Vrse

Har Har Mahadev Jai Shiv Shambhu


Vijay Bisnauthsing 4 years ago

As already mentioned above, we visited all the Jyotir Lingum. We did this yatra in two trip because of the limited time available. On the first trip, we did Kedarnath,Kassi Vishwanath, Vaidnath in Deograh,Mahakaleshwar, Omkarweshwar & Mamaleshwar,Grishneswar,Nageshwar and Somnath. This was in 2010. Then last year, 2011, we completed the remaining 4 that is Trymbakeshwar, Bhimasankar, Malikarjun/Sri Sailam and Rameshwaram. We used internal air flights,coaches and also stayed in 3 star hotels wherever available. Very enriching yatra. Anyone wants to know more can contact me at vijayb@intnet.mu


VENKATRAMULU 4 years ago

It was the amazing information about our culture nd 12 jyothirlingas with history. . . thans. . .a lot. . . for providing this . . .

i requested to u . . plz up load clear pictures. . .of temples


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M.P.Singh 4 years ago

Thanks for such informations related to jyotirlinga.


gopal darji 4 years ago

thanks to give wonderful information about lord shiva har har mahadev om namah shivay


prabir thakur 4 years ago

Lot of thanks for update the complete information of 12 Jyotirling may god bless allof us and devotee of 12 Jyotirling.


aba sargar 4 years ago

good article in india


Shiv Narayan 4 years ago

Thanks for such informations related to jyotirlinga.


pooja 4 years ago

Very good article, good information

thanks to give wonderful information about lord shiva har har mahadev om namah shivay

Har Har Mahadev Jai Shiv Shambhu


Nitin Goyal 4 years ago

nice content..


jitendra singh 4 years ago

You have done a good job.On my opinion hinduism is the first & oldest religion of the world. This world has been made by the lord SHIV .Thank you very much for given details of 12 great jyotirlings of lord SHIV. Thanks


MURARI SINGH NAURANGA 4 years ago

Really these jyotirligs are the soul of hinduism.I am requesting every hindu to visit and worship these lord SHIV jyotirlings.


Shyamal Choudhary 4 years ago

Bam Basuki,

Nagnath is cald as Basuki Nath and place is related in jharkhand state.


Anil Wagh 4 years ago

Really these 12 jyotirligs are the soul of hinduism.i had visited all with big chardham, I am requesting every visit and worship these lord SHIV jyotirlings.

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surendra sahu 4 years ago

the 12th jyotirllhga is such a god creation...


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thanks 12 jyotiling details


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OM NAMASHIVAYA


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nice of jyotilinga for india


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thanks for the detailed information on 12 Jyothirlingas for the benefit of

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SANJAY PAWAR, 4 years ago

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Mujhe BAHOT ACHCHA LAGA KI ME GHAR BETHKAR BHAGVAN SHIV KE 12 JYOTIRLING KE DARSHAN HO GAYE THANKYOU SOMACH SHIVJI.............


mohit shukla 4 years ago

jai mahakal om namay shivay


THE GREAT HERITAGE OF INDIA -AWESOME 4 years ago

THE GREAT HERITAGE OF INDIA-AWESOME---VISHNU NAMBOODIRI


suneel kumar 4 years ago

I love jyotrlingam because I love my god shiva.Hey prabhu meri har iccha poori karna. om namha shivaye....


krishnaprasad 4 years ago

i wish tovisit the following five jyotirlingas in car starting from bangalore can anyone guide me thinking that we can cover maximum of 500 hundred kms per day kindly plan my trip suggesting where to halt enroute further i wish to spend one day at each thses temples 1)somanth 2)nageshwar near dwarka 3)maheshwar(ujjain)4)omkaleshwar(indore)5)vishwanath(kasi)6)vaidyanath(bihar) my email id;ganithabharathi@gmail.com


ASHWIN 4 years ago

THANKS FOR GIVE THIS INFORMATION


Baiju 3 years ago

भारत के बारह ज्योतिर्लिंग धार्मिक आस्था को बनाये रखने के सजीव माध्यम है ..............जो आज के आधुनिक युग में अत्यधिक प्रासंगिक और जीवन जीने के अध्यात्मिक मार्ग को प्रसस्त करते है..............................


krishnaprasad 3 years ago

I visited the foll0wing Jyotirlingas October last year 1)Somnath Gujrath 2)Nageshwar Dwaraka Gujrath 3)Mahakaleshwar and 4)Mahakaleshwar Ujjain 5)Aundha NaGANATH AND 6)Parle Vaidyanath MP covering of distance nearly 5000 kms driving from Bangalore in all we ie Myself and wife covered all these places in 13 days ofcourse on our wayback we visited tuljabhavani and Pandarapur.We travelled only during daytime.Now the roads are so good except few places and I really enjyoed driving


Shanthasathia 2 years ago

Is it possible for someone to give a detailed and safe way to travel from Chennai to Deoghar to visit Vaidyanatham jyotilinga for two middle aged ladies?

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