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Popular Shiva Temples in India Which You Must Visit Once in a Lifetime

Published on: March 4, 2019 | Updated on: March 4, 2019

Popular Shiva Temples in India

Lord Shiva, known by various names like Bholenath, Shiv Shambhu, Rudra, and Mahadev, is one of the main Gods in the Hindu religion. He is also one of the most revered Gods and is believed to be the creator of the Universe. Lord Shiva is worshipped in several forms including Shivlinga, Bhairava, Nataraj, and Rudraksha. It is often said Lord Shiva resides in the form of consciousness within a being. As per the concept of Trimurti, Lord Brahma is known as the Creator, Lord Vishnu is known to be the Preserver and Lord Shiva, the Destroyer. Legends also consider that Lord Shiva possesses a soft heart and circulates positive energy in the Universe. If you are intrigued enough and are thinking of knowing more about Lord Shiva, you must take an enchanting journey to the most significant and cherished Shiva Temples in India.

Some most popular Shiva Temples in India are –

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