Jyotirlinga Shrines


Location of 12 Jyotirlinga Shrines in India
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12 Jyotirlinga : Shiva Temples in India

S.No.JyotirlingaStateLocation
1SomnathGujaratPrabhas Patan,Saurashtra
2Mallikārjuna SwāmiAndhra PradeshSrisailam
3MahakaleshwarMadhya PradeshUjjain
4OmkareshwarMadhya PradeshOmkareshwar
5KedarnathUttarakhandKedarnath
6BhimashankarMaharashtraBhimashankar
7Kashi Vishwanath TempleUttar PradeshVaranasi
8Trimbakeshwar Shiva TempleMaharashtraTrimbakeshwar, near Nashik
9Nageshvara JyotirlingaGujaratDwarka
10Vaidyanath TempleJharkhandDeoghar
11RameshwarTamil NaduRameswaram
12GrishneshwarMaharashtraNear Ellora,Aurangabad




Last Updated on : January 10, 2017

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