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Friday, December 10, 2010

Twelve Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva - Website

As per Hindu tradition, they have 64 jyotirlinga Temples which are located around India. Literally, Jyotirlinga Means divine pillar of light, a symbol of Hindu God Shiva. Among these, 12 jyotirlingas are considered to be very auspicious and holy. On modern day, those Temples are available on online to offer guidance and glimpse to its devotees Which has been listed below

# Jyotirlinga Image Website
1 Somnath,Prabhas Patan, Saurashtra,Gujarat Somanatha view-II.JPG http://www.somnath.org/
2 Mallikārjuna, Srisailam,Andhra Pradesh Srisailam-temple-entrance.jpg http://www.srisailam.co.in/
3 Mahakaleshwar Mahakal,Ujjain,Madhya Pradesh Mahakal Temple Ujjain.JPG http://mahakaleshwar.nic.in
4 Omkareshwar Island in Narmada River,Madhya Pradesh Omkareshwar.JPG http://www.shriomkareshwar.org
5 Kedarnath Kedarnath,Uttarakhand Kedarnath Temple.jpg http://www.badarikedar.org
6 Bhimashankar Maharashtra Bhimashankar.jpg http://www.bhimashankar.in

7 Kashi Vishwanath Varanasi,Uttar Pradesh Kashi_Vishwanath_Temple http://www.shrikashivishwanath.org/
8 Trimbakeshwar Nashik,Maharashtra Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, Trimbak, Nashik district.jpg http://www.trambakeshwar.com
9 Vaidyanath Jharkhand Baba dham.jpg http://www.babadham.org/
10 Nageshvara dwarika,Gujrat Jageshwar main.JPG No website
11 Rameshwar TamilNadu Ramanathar-temple.jpg http://www.rameswaramtemple.org/
12 Grishneshwar Aurangabad,Maharastra Grishneshwar Temple.jpg No website

Image Courtesy: Wikimedia

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