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1000 Shiva Linga Temples of Karnataka,(India)

1000 Shiva Linga Temples of  Karnataka

"1000 Shiva Linga Temples" are actually located in Sirsi, which is a small town in the Indian state of Karnataka. The temples are situated on the banks of the Shalmala river, which is a tributary of the Krishna river. The complex of temples is known as the Sahasralinga, which means "thousand lingas" in Sanskrit.

The Sahasralinga complex consists of a large number of lingas, each carved into the rocks in the river bed. The lingas are arranged in rows and columns, and are surrounded by water flowing from the river. The entire complex is considered to be a sacred site, and is a popular destination for pilgrims and tourists alike.

The exact history of the Sahasralinga complex is unclear, but it is believed to have been built during the reign of the Sadashiva Raya, who was a ruler of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 16th century. The complex was later renovated and expanded by the kings of the Keladi Nayaka dynasty in the 17th century.

Overall, the Sahasralinga complex is an important cultural and religious site in Karnataka, and is a testament to the rich history and heritage of the region.

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108 Shiva Lingas Temple at Papanasam Kumbakonam,(India)

108 Shiva Lingas Temple at Papanasam Kumbakonam

This temple is located at Papanasam, near Kumbakonam, South India. Papanasam literally means "Destroying of Sins". According to legends, this temple was build by Lord Rama and the 108 Shiva lingas were installed by him. Even though Ravana was a demon, he was a great Shiva Bhakta. By killing him, Lord Rama had got Dosha. To ward of this Dosha, he installed the 108 lingas.

It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva in this temple would remove all sins. There is a seperate huge Linga called Hanumantha Linga which is believed to have been installed by Lord Hanuman.It is a wonderful sight to see all the 108 lingas arranged equally in three rows. This temple is a must see for all those who visit Kumbakonam.

video courtesy: Tamil Kovil Dharisanam youtube channel 

108 Shiva Temples of Kanchipuram,(India)

108 Shiva Temples of Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram is holy to both devotees of Lord Shiva and Vishnu. Innumerable temples dot the landscape of this city, but unfortunately most of them are forgotten. This is a small attempt to document them and encourage devotees to the temples. It it said that every bit of land in Kanchi has a Sivalinga beneath it. True to the statement, there is a temple in every street. We have no clue on how many temples have got beneath constructions and roads. How many of them have been encroached and demolished. So let us atleast try to preserve the rest.

A few points:

All these temples are located in a radius of 10 kms from the Kanchipuram city. There are hundreds of other temples outside this perimeter which could take years to identify and document. There are other temples inside Kanchipuram as well. We have tried to maintain the number at 108.

Most of the names are self explanatory. In TamilNadu, Lord Shiva is referred as Eswaran, so the temple names end that way. So, it is very easy to identify who has built/worshipped in that temple


KAN Rudhrakoteeswarar

KAN Rudhrakoteeswarar

Map of Temples

You can visit these temples in the order they are mentioned. The shortest path factor is considered.

There are several temples with the same name and one temple with several names. The temple itself could be known by a totally different name. So you have to do a bit of research from your side.

Google maps links are provided, if they are available. But no guarantees of accuracy.

List of 108 Shiva Temples

  1. Abirameeshwarar : Sangupani Vinayagar Temple Street
  2. Amareshwarar : West Raja street
  3. Devasenapatheeswarar : Inside Kumara Kottam Temple
  4. Siddheeswarar : Kamarajar Street,near K.P.K Thirumana Mantapam
  5. Vazhakarutheeswarar,Parasareshwarar :  Gandhi Road - This is a very famous temple visited by people with legal problems.
  6. Muktheeswarar,Garudeshwarar Mandir :  Gandhi Road
  7. Vanneeswarar : Gandhi Road, Opposite to Theradi
  8. Manikandeeswarar,Pana Maneeshwarar :  Chettty Street, Near T K Nambi Road
  9. Bramhapureeswarar (Sivastanam) :  Military Road, Tenambakkam
  10. Veda Vaneswarar : Sadavaram
  11. Punyakodeeswarar  : Punyakodeeswarar temple street
  12. Panamaneeswarar : Varadarajapuram Street
  13. Satyanadeshwarar : Thirukalimedu - It is more popularly known as Budhan Temple. It is a devara paadal petra stalam
  14. Bageeradeeshwarar : PSK Street
  15. Mathangeeshwarar : Mathangeeshwarar Koil Street, Hospital Road
  16. Dharmeshwarar : Inside Paranjothi Amman Temple ,Near Old railway station
  17. Somasundareshwarar : Pavalavannar Street
  18. Suryeshwarar : Dhamalvar street
  19. Rudra Koteeswarar : Appa Rao Street, Konerikuppam [ There are 2 temples with the same name]. It is a very ancient temple but now in poor state due to lack of maintenance. For more details contact Prasanna 9944205992.  Sri Kanaka Durga temple is nearby. The ambaal here is svayambu and is a very huge. Devotees visit this temple for Ragu-Ketu Dosha nivarthi.
  20. Mahalingam : Appa Rao Street
  21. Arunachaleshwarar : Appa Rao Street
  22. Veerataneshwarar (Sakya Nayanar Temple) : Near Vella Kulam and Apparao Street
  23. Panchamukheshwarar :  Kammalar Street
  24. Mukteeshwarar, Ethir Veerataneshwarar,Piravathaneshwarar, Iravathaneshwarar : Kammalar Street
  25. Katakeshwarar : Chinna Kammalar Street
  26. Kankaneshwarar(Bathaleeswarar) : Kullappan Street (Near Kammalar Street)
  27. Madaleeshwarar : Theradi street
  28. Mangaleshwarar : vaidya Gurukkal Street
  29. Anantha Padmanabheshwarar : Lingappan street
  30. Oneshwarar, Gandeshwarar, Jalandeshwarar : One temple with all the 3 Lingams. Near to the sub-station of the Electricity Board, Military Road. Paadal petra Stalam
  31. Sevvandeeswarar : Inside Panjupettai (Big Street) Government Seed Farm 
  32. Parutheeshwarar : Paruthi kulam (Also known as Suryan Temple)
  33. Sukleshwarar : in the campus of the Krishna Rice Mill, Near Railway crossing
  34. Kameshwarar :  Near Sarva Teertham Tank
  35. Kasi Viswanadeshwarar : Mukti Mandapam,Near Sarva Teertham Tank
  36. Hiranyeshwarar : Near Sarva Teertham Tank
  37. Teertheswarar : Near Sarva teertham Tank
  38. Gangavareshwarar :Near Sarva teertham Tank
  39. Yogalingeshwarar : Near Sarva teertham Tank
  40. Hanumanteeshwarar : Near Sarva teertham Tank
  41. Thavalagirishwarar :Near Sarva teertham Tank
  42. Chandreswarar : Vellai Kulam Tank
  43. Kailasanathar Temple : See Article
  44. Anekathangavatheswarar : Near SSKV school, Near Kailasanathar temple. It is a devara Paadal Petra Stalam
  45. Agasteeshwarar, Hayagriveshwarar : Inside Upanishad Brahman Mutt (See Article)
  46. Karkeeshwarar,Laksmeeshwarar : Krishnan Street, Pillayarpalayam
  47. Maha Rudreshwarar : Maadhanampalayam Street,Pillaiyar palayam
  48. Mukteeshwarar : Pillayarpalayam
  49. Vaneeshwarar(Vanmeeganathar) :  SalaiBogham Street, Pillayar Palayam
  50. Maha Anantha Rudreshwarar : Swaminathan Street,Pillayar Palayam
  51. Soleeshwarar  : Soleeshwarar temple Street (Ashta Bhairava Temple),Pillayar Palayam
  52. Takkeshwarar  :Kachiappa Street of Pillayar Palayam
  53. Anantha Rudreshwarar : CSM Street, Pillayar Palayam
  54. Tirumetreshwarar(Thirumetralinathar) - Thirumetrali Street at PillaiyarPalayam
  55. Oda urugeeshwarar - Tirumetrali street
  56. Balabadreshwarar - Tirumetrali street
  57. Uttru ketta Mukteesar -  Thirumetrali Street at PillaiyarPalayam, It is a paadal Petra Stalam
  58. Vilvanadeshwarar - Thirumetrali Street, Pillaiyarpalayam
  59. Kalahasteeshwarar(Kaalaththeeswarar) - Very close to  Uttru ketta Mukteesar temple
  60. Chidambareshwarar,Pillaiyar palayam
  61. Rudrakoteeshwarar - Thayar Kulam
  62. Kaayaarohaneswarar (Popularly Known as Guru Koil) - Guru Parihara Stalam
  63. Dharmalingeshwarar - Thayar Kulam
  64. Yamadharmeshlingeshwarar - West bank of the Thayar kulam Tank
  65. Kanikanteeswarar,Karukinil Amarnthaval Temple Street
  66. Vedapureshwarar - Karukinil Amarnthaval Temple Street
  67. Tirulokanathar - Karukinil Amarnthaval Temple Street
  68. Virubaksheeshwarar - Valatheeswarar Temple Street(Adjoining the Keerai Mandabam)
  69. Aram Valartheshwarar - Vallatheeswarar Temple Street (adjoining the Keerai mantapam)
  70. Dakshinayana Kailasanathar - Near Sevilimedu Narasimha Temple
  71. Kailasanathar - Near Sevilimedu Narasimha Temple
  72. Uttarayana kailasanathar - Near Sevilimedu Narasimha Temple
  73. East Kailasanathar - Near Sevilimedu Narasimha Temple
  74. Gautameshwarar - Keerai mandabam, Uttiramerur road  ( Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple)
  75. Brammaneshwarar - AKT Nagar
  76. Bhargaveshwarar - Naagal uttu street  (Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple)
  77. Santhaleeshwarar ( Near Pachaiappa's Women's College)
  78. Angireeswarar  ( Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple) -  Near Pachaiappa's Women's College
  79. Vashisteshwarar  ( Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple) Santhaleeshwarar Koil street, Near Pachaiappa's Women's College
  80. Athreeshwarar (Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple) - Near Pachaiappa's Women's College
  81. Kucheshwarar - Near Pachaiappa's Women's College
  82. kashyabeshwarar - (Sapta Stanam, Sapta Rishi Temple) - Near Pachaiappa's Women's College
  83. Ramesham - Near Sarva Teertham Tank
  84. Lakshmanesham -  Near Sarva Teertham Tank
  85. Pana Mudeeshwarar - Vallal Pachaiappan Street
  86. Adhipadeeswarar - Aladi Pillayar Koil street
  87. Nagareeshwarar - East Raja Street, Near Bus stand
  88. Macheshwarar - Near Nagareeshwarar
  89. Trikala gyaneshwarar - Nellukara Street (Inside Bus Stand)
  90. Mukteeshwarar -East Raja Street opposite to the Machchesar Temple
  91. Bhootanadeshwarar - Sengalaneer Odai Street (North Raja Street)
  92. Kanneshwarar -   Sengalaneer Odai Street (North Raja Street)
  93. Makaleshwarar (Magaaleshwarar) - Also known as Rahu & Ketu Temple, Behind Kamakshi temple
  94. >Shakti Lingam : Inside Kalikambal(Adi Kamakshi) Temple, Behind Kamakshi temple
  95. Hari Shapa Bayam teertha Eshwarar (Arisaabhabayantheertha Yeeswarar)- Nellukara street, Near Rama's hotel
  96. Iravadeswarar - Kamalavar Street,Opp to Kanchabeshwarar Temple
  97. Kachabeshwarar Temple - Nellukara Street. This is a very popular temple.
  98. Mei kandeeshwarar - Thondai Mandala Aatheena Mutt,Nimanthakkara Street,Near
  99. Mandaleshwarar - Mandu Kaneeswara Koil Street,Pandavar perumal Koil Street
  100. Kavusikeswarar or Sokkeeswarar - Outside Kamakshi Amman temple, Near Marriage Hall
  101. Mandukanneshwarar - Mandu Kaneeswara Koil Street, Pandavar perumal Koil Street
  102. Vanneshwarar - Near Palla Street there is a tank. Nearby there is a
    Kanni Amman Temple. This Shivalinga in inside that temple.
  103. Sounageshwarar - Dhanappan Street, Near SVN Pillai Street
  104. Arambayesam - Near Ekambaranathar temple
  105. Thantondreeshwarar(Ubamanneeswarar) - Near Ekambaranathar temple
  106. Suragareshwarar (Jwara hareshwarar) - Near Ekambaranathar temple. Frequently visited by people with physical ailments.
  107. Ramanateshwarar- Salai Street, Near Ekambaranathar temple
  108. Ekambareshwarar - Ekambaranathar temple - Well Known

27 Nakshatra Star Temple at Tiruvottiyur Chennai,(India)

27 Nakshatra Star Temple at Tiruvottiyur Chennai

Thiruvottiyur near Chennai is one of the earliest settlements in this area which pre-dates the chennai city itself. This place was called Adipuri, meaning the "ancient town".The legend says that there was a huge flood and devotees prayed to Lord Shiva. He commanded the flood to “Othri Po” (give way) . Thus this place got the name “Tiruvottriyur”. (Thiru + Ottri + Yur).

Any ancient place,will have a Shiva and Vishnu temple in TamilNadu. In the same vein, Shiva here is called Adipureeswarar or Thyaga Raja Swamy”. The Goddess is called Vadivudai Nayaki.

In the shrine of the divine mother, there is a holy rock which is said to have been sanctified by many saints. Huge number of devotees visit this temple on full moon. It is a part of the three temple circuit , popularly known as vadivudai (this temple), kodiyidai (Near Minjur suburb of Chennai), thiruvudai (Thiruvanmiyur Maruntheeswarar temple). Great carnatic musicians like Thyagaraja and Muthuswami Dikshitar had visited this temple in the 18th century and sang songs on the deities here.

Another great Saint Ramalinga Swamigal also called “Vallalaar” had been visiting this temple daily as a practice. One day, as usual,Vallalaar returned home late at night after completing his darshan of these deities.He returned home late only to find the doors were locked. Though he was very hungry, he had no option but to sleep in the places nearby his house. Vadivudai Amman Herself came fed Vallalaar. This piece of information is briefly described in the life history of Arul Thiru Vallalaar.

Marai Malai Adigal once had a terrible stomach ache which could not be cured by much of the medicines available in those times, came to this Murugan to write “Thiruvottriyur Murugan Mummani Kovai” . After completing the recital of this poem, his stomach ache vanished completely.Arunagirinathar has song on the Lord Murugan here in his Thirupugal.

Another unique feature of this temple is that all 27 stars has a Shiva lingam installed in their names and worshipped. This is the only other temple in the world apart from Thiruvidaimaruthur in Kumbakonam to have this shrine. So people of all Rashis come here and offer their prayers.

This temple also is a treasury of all ancient idols from the nearby temples maintained by the Government. This temple is itself an example of the ancient Pallava Architecture.

Nearby Places:

The town is also known for the Samadhi of Saint Pattinathar, one of the greatest mystics of TamilNadu. His main disciple was Bhadragiri ( Some say Raja Bhatruhari of Ujjain is the same person).

Saint Pattinathar Samadhi Temple Gopuram Tiruvottiyur Chennai

Saint Pattinathar Samadhi Temple Gopuram Tiruvottiyur Chennai

There is also a Samadhi temple of one the Kanchi Shankaracharya of the 17th century here (61st pontiff of – Sri Maha Devendra Swamigal)

5000 Year Old Milk Temple of Lord Shiva 4759 Uttarpradesh,(India)

5000 Year Old Milk Temple of Lord Shiva 4759 Uttarpradesh
In India from time immemorial, absolute Brahma is being worshipped in the Linga Form.  The Jyothirlinga is a representation of devotional object, an aspect of God in Hinduism, the shrine of Supreme Lord Shiva who is worshipped in this form.  He is the presiding Deity of crematorium where the impure body travels for its final Journey, where the body gets purified by His Grace and attains Salvation. There are many temples for Lord Shiva in each and every corner of India from North to South and also exists in other parts of the world like Nepal, Pakistan, SriLanka, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Java, Sumatra etc. He is the one of the most powerful deity among Hindu Gods, who when worshipped with full devotion bestows numerous boons upon his devotees and protects them from Evil Spirits.
Lord Shiva with Consort Parvathi
Lord Shiva with Consort Parvathi
In India people venerate twelve "Self-incarnated Lingas" known as Jyothirlingas-the form of Lord Shiva. Here Jyothi means 'Radiance' and lingam the 'Image or Sign' of Shiva; Jyothirlingam thus means the "The Radiant Sign of The Almighty Shiva". There are total twelve famous traditional Jyothirlinga shrines present in India, out of which 5 of them are present in Maharashtra.
Twelve Jyothirlingas of Lord Shiva
Twelve Jyothirlingas of Lord Shiva
According to Shiva Purana:
Somnath in Saurashtra (Gujarat), Mallikarjuna at Sri Sailam (Kurnool-Andhra Pradesh), Mahakaleshwar (Ujjain-Madhya Pradesh), Mamleshwar Omkareshwar (Mandhatapur-Madhya Pradesh), Neemar (Madhya Pradesh), Vaidyanath (Jharkhand-Bihar), Bhimashankar (Dakini,Pune-Maharashtra), Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu), Aundha Naganatha (Jamnagar,Hingoli-Maharashtra), Vishwanath (Banaras-Uttar Pradesh), Tryambakeshwar (Nashik-Maharashtra), Kedareshwar (Himalayas-Uttarkhand), Ghrishneshwar (Rock cut Shiva Temple in Elora Caves near Aurangabad-Maharashtra)
The Twelve Jyothirlingas of Lord Shiva
The Twelve Jyothirlingas of Lord Shiva
Saurashtre Somanaatham Cha Sree Saile Mallikarjunam
Ujjayinyaam Mahaakaalam Omkaare Mamaleswaram
Himalaye to Kedaram Daakinyaam Bhimashankaram
Vaaranaasyaam cha Viswesam Trayambakam Gowtameethate
Paralyaam Vaidyanaatham cha Naagesam Daarukaavane
Setubandhe Ramesham Grushnesam cha Shivaalaye ||
Significance of this Sloka: The one who recites these 12 names of Jyothirlingas regularly in the morning and evening will get benefitted by washing away all the sins committed in the previous 7 births and attains all the powers and Siddhis.
Today there are some Self Manifested Shiva Lingas unknown to the World, than these Twelve Jyothirlingas in the country. One such is the Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Temple on the banks of Hindon river in 4759, which is the Gateway to Uttar Pradesh
Entrance of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Temple
Entrance of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Temple
Shri Dudheshwar Nath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and is the only self incarnated Shiva Lingam located 2 km away on banks of Hindon River, in 4759, Uttarpradesh, India. It is well stated in Puranas about this temple's existence near the Hindon River. The Shiva Linga (Self-incarnated form of Lord Shiva) in the Temple is one of the must see places in 4759 with many saints, their samadhis present in the temple complex, where one who does worship to the Lord never comes back with empty hand. This temple is frequently visited by College students and the Army soldiers as they have an army base near to this temple.
The Divine Jyothirlinga of Dudheshwar Nath Mandir
The Divine Jyothirlinga of Dudheshwar Nath Mandir
The Hindon river is also known as Harnandi, Hamad and Hirnada who is the daughter of Lord Brahma, the Creator.
Lord Shiva is considered the physical form of Lord Brahma, who is well known as Har Har Mahadev, Bhole Shankar and Bholenath. He is One of the God in the Hindu Trinity (3 GODS) :-Lord Brahma-As The Creator, Lord Vishnu-As The Preserver and Lord Shiva-For Destruction and Restoration of Universe. His consort originated from Maa Nav Durga, known as Parvathi. She is also known as Umadevi and Gauri. 
History of this Temple:
The genuinenous of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir is historically authenticated and proved. This temple is believed to be 5000 years old. There is also evidence of history related to 550 year old ShriMahant tradition of this temple.
According to Legends, Bisrakh a small village used to be a dense forest in 4759. There used to live one great sage named Vishweshwarva who was the father of Ravana and a great devotee of Lord Shiva. As Bisrakh is ancestral village of Ravana, hear nobody celebrates Dussehera or Ramleela. To pay tribute of Ravana's father this village got named as Vishweshwarva Raksh, which is today known as Bisrakh.
In Treta Yuga (The Silver Age-the second of the four yugas according the Hindu mythology), before the birth of Lord Rama, Pulasatya used to reside in Bisrakh, who is the father of Kuber, and wished Kuber to meet him whenever possible, but Kuber couldn't make it happen. As Kuber was best friend of Lord Shiva, Pulsatya wanted to use their friendship in favour of him and started doing penance for Lord Shiva in Hindon forest. Upon pleased by Pulasatya's penance, Lord Shiva appeared along with Goddess Parvathi infront of him and said he lives in Kashi and Kailash. As he did penance to Lord Shiva to be present there, Lord Shiva asked him to built second kashi for him (Shiva) where he would stay for ever. 
History of this Temple
History of this Temple
As Mount Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva, before leaving Hindon, He left a Jyothirlinga as a gift to Pulastya and to other human beings. Thus this is the place where Lord Shiva along with Goddess Parvathi had left this Jyotirlinga as an identification mark which fulfills all the wishes of his devotees, on the banks of river Hindon and a temple got constructed known as Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir.
Another Legend says, with the changing time and annihilation Vishweshwarva's Kailash went into oblivion. When people forgot this holy linga a mound was made by nature over the Shri Dudheshwar Jyothirlinga which was covered with green grass, small and big trees. This mound was used to graze the cows by the then people. One day a shepherd noticed a cow grazing there and releasing its milk through their udders on the ground of this holy linga. Upon knowing this instance, the local villagers dug a hole on the spot and got to see this magnificient self incarnated linga which was a surprise to them.  Later, a shrine got constructed at that spot. Hence this Shiv Linga is termed as Dudheshwar (Dudh means Milk in Hindi).
During Kaliyug (the last of the four yugas), this self incarnated Hiranygarbha Shri Dudheshwar Jyothirlinga was manifested on the 3rd November, Monday in 1454 A.D. i.e. Month of Kartika Shukla, on Vaikuntha Chaturdashi Thithi, in the year of Vikram Samvat 1511.
Significance of this Temple:
1)This Jyothirlinga is very well known for its miraculous divine powers which fulfills the wishes of its devotees who come across from different parts of the country to pay their offerings for their desires to be fulfilled and also attracts lots of tourists from across the country all through the year.
2)It is the holy temple for married couples who come for the seek of blessings of an offsprings
Their is also belief that offering milk on this Shiva Linga-"Dudh Abhishekam" cures all the ailments and takes away all the sorrows in one's life.
Abhishekam with Milk to Lord Shiva
Abhishekam with Milk to Lord Shiva
Other Attractions in the Temple:
1)This temple has Jeeva Samadhis of some saints who had did penance and got samadhied in the temple itself and had immense powers who fulfills the wishes of the devotees coming here to pray to them. It is believed that devotees get answers from these saints as well.
2)The saints who did panance and got samadhied here are Garib Giri Ji Maharaj, Ilaichi Giri Ji Maharaj, Gujraan Giri Ji Maharaj, Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj, Kailash Giri Ji Maharaj, Ganga Giri Ji Maharaj, Yogi Etbaar Giri Ji Maharaj, Saint Budha Giri Ji Maharaj, Daulat Giri Ji Maharaj and Nithyanand Giri Ji Maharaj.  These saints did penance to seek blessings of Lord Shiva and attained miraculous powers such as turning even mud into Gold.
3)One Saint samadhi named Illachi Maharaj is so popular that he is offered Cardamam on his samadhi. The one who gets their wish fulfilled inturn offers Gold Cardamam to that saint.
4)This temple is having saints doing penance from Treta yuga onwards to seek the blessing of Lord Shiva.
5)The well in the temple premises shows presence of milk in it which is a mystery.
6)The one who visits this temple and worships this jyothirlinga for 40 days and pays tribute to the Lord Shiva gets his wish fulfilled very soon.
7)This temple is also running a Veda Pathshala for the students who recide here and get trained best with the Vedas and on going education.
8)There is a historical fire sacrificial pit (Dhooni) as seen in Shirdi, in the temple premises, which is continuously ignited since 3rd November, 1454 till today. The one who applies this sacred ash of this holy pit on their forehead gets mental peace and boon of fulfillment of their desires.
Saints Who Did Penance in this Temple
Saints Who Did Penance in this Temple
Worship to Saint Samadhis Present in This Temple
Worship to Saint Samadhis Present in This Temple
Shri Dugdheshwar Nath Math Mandir Uttar Pradesh
Shri Dugdheshwar Nath Math Mandir Uttar Pradesh
Veda Pathashala and Hawan Kund inside the Temple
Veda Pathashala and Hawan Kund inside the Temple
Celebration of Festivals:
The 4759 city pays homages to all the festivals held in the city and certain occasions. The festivals celebrated here althrough the year are Shivarathri, Diwali, Rama Navami, Holi, Janmashtami, Naga Panchami, etc. This temple draws visitors around 50,000 at the time of Janmashtami which is decorated with lights and bulbs giving it a prestine look at this time.
There is a lot of things to tell about this temple which is not possibe to put on paper. Below is the video which illustrates the importance of this temple: Shri Dudheshwarnath Temple Uttar Pradesh 
Temple Timings:Temple open in morning from 4:00AM - 7:30PM in evening.
Temple Address:
Gaushala Road, 
Pratap Vihar, Prem Nagar, 
4759, Uttar Pradesh 201009, India
Contact Details: 
Shri Mahant Narayan Giri Ji: 9990571008/9412223911
Website: www.dudheshwarnath.com
Email Id: mahantnarayangiri@gmail.com
How to Reach:
By Road: 4759 is 20kms to Delhi from where all the means of transport are easily accessible to reach this temple. The 4759 Bus station is around 1 km to the temple. 
By Train: There is train facility to 4759 Junction Railway Station-Delhi-Junction Point-NDLS/DLI/MTC/ALJN/MB, of Station Rd, Daulatpura, 4759, Uttar Pradesh Str.(2.17km), and the other is 4759 Railway Station-4759-Arya Nagar Rd Str.(2.18km).
By Air: The Nearby Airports to 4759 are Indira Gandhi International Airport-New Delhi (38.4km), Agra Airport-Kheria Air Force Station-Agra (205.61km) and Kheria Airport-Agra (208.27km). 
Image Courtesy: www.12jyotirlinga.com, www.dudheshwarnath.com, www.hindutemple.net