Today, Hindus and Shiva worshippers across the world will worship the almighty Shiva Followers all across the world throng in huge numbers to offer their respects to the revered one. On this auspicious day, we bring you 3 of the most Shiva temples of India:
This is one of the most sacred places situated in Uttara Kanada district of Karnataka. Located on the shores of Karnataka, the temple is built in Dravidian architectural style. Over thousands visit this famed temple on Mahashivratri every year.
This is quite easily the tallest 20-stories Shiva temple in India. The gigantic temple is located in Bhatkal town, Karnataka. Murudeshwar is also the world’s second tallest Shiva statue and is situated atop a hill surrounded by the beautiful Arabian Sea. Certainly, a must visit spot for Shiva devotees and photographers, as well.
This is the largest temple in Kanchipuram. It has also one of the tallest ‘Gopugrams’ in our country. The temple is also one of the 5 most popular Shiva temples located in South India. Together, these 5 temples are known as Pancha Bhoota Stalam.
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