The holy month of Sawan is about to begin after just a few days. Devotees worship Bholenath throughout this month. It is believed that if devotees worship Mahadev with a true heart, all their wishes are fulfilled. Devotees eagerly wait for this month.

It is said that by worshiping Mahadev every day in the month of Sawan, happiness, peace and prosperity resides in the house. A large number of devotees throng every Shiva temple during this month. Devotees consider themselves fortunate by seeing and worshiping Shiva on this special occasion. In such a situation, we will tell you about some famous Shiva temples of the country, where you can visit Bholenath.

Kailash Temple, Maharashtra

Located in Ellora, it is considered to be one of the finest Shiva temples in India. It is also known as Kailash Temple of Ellora. It is said that stones weighing about 40 thousand tonnes were cut in the construction of this temple. It is a part of the 34 temples present in Ellora. This temple was built in the 8th century. Do visit this temple in Sawan.

Murudeshwara Temple, Karnataka

The Murudeshwar temple located in northern Karnataka is very popular among the devotees. This place is famous for the second tallest statue of Lord Shiva. The main attraction of this temple is the beautiful landscape surrounding it. A 20-storey temple dedicated to Lord Shiva has been built near the idol. A lift has also been built near the temple, so that tourists can enjoy a spectacular view of the huge statue.

Lingaraja Temple, Odisha

You can also plan to visit Lingaraj Temple in Sawan. It is one of the main Shiva temples of the country. This is the biggest temple of Bhubaneswar. It is said that this temple was built by the Somvansi dynasty. Sawan is considered a good time to visit this temple.

Somnath Temple, Kathiawar

The Somnath temple located in Gujarat is also one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. This temple is considered to be the first Jyotirlinga among the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. This temple situated at Triveni Sangam is situated on the seashore in the Kathiawar region of Gujarat. Devotees throng here in large numbers in Sawan.