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Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
Ranked #2 of 17 things to do in Dwarka
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Pune, India
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20 reviews
14 attraction reviews
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“Awesome”
Reviewed 8 April 2014

Very big statue of Shivji. Nice temple to visit and has a nice open area where you can spend time with birds and cows etc.

Visited March 2014
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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“Swanbhu Shiv Jyotirling”
Reviewed 28 March 2014

15 km away from Dwarka, is this Shiv Jyotirling. We went early about 5am, but as we came half way a dense fog tested us, so we kept chanting silently the name of Shiva, and we reached without a problem greeted by a clear stary night once we were about a km away from the temple gates. The morning arti (wake-up aarti) started about 6am with the chanting of the hymns in praise of lord Shiva, and beating of the drums and concluded in about 30 minutes. After which we performed the abhishek for which Gangajal (water of the Ganges) is available for purchase. Menfolk have to change into dhoti (traditional Indian lower garment, which we purchased the previous evening at Dwarka). Tula daan, donation of grains equivalent of ones body weight, to the brahmins can be made for getting special blessings.

Visited March 2014
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Chennai (Madras), India
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46 attraction reviews
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“Nageshwar jyotirlinga temple”
Reviewed 16 January 2014

Shiva temple assumed to be one of the jyotirlinga. this was renovated by Gulshan Kumar - the famous devoted person who was instrumental in telecasting bhakti music in indian television. there is a huge idol of Lord Shiva in sitting posture once you enter the compound of this temple. though cameras and mobiles are allowed inside the temple there is a notice board restricting from taking photos however we found some people clicking photos of linga ignoring the restrictions or behaving as if they are illiterate !! we found the prices of different offerings in this temple on the higher side including the plate which consists of one coconut , milk , garland etc which is priced at Rs 200 you need to buy an abhishek ticket ( min Rs 201 for an individual) if you want to go inside the sanctum sanitarium. however we can have the darshan of the jyotirlinga from a distance for as much as you want.

Visited December 2013
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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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“8th Jyotirlinga - Simple and Humble place”
Reviewed 30 November 2013

This is the 8th Jyotirling temple in India, simple yet a grand structure, simplicity is the beauty of this place.

Nothing much except the Jyotirling and the huge shiva statue...

This is on the way to Byet Dwarka (Okha), Shivites would not like to miss this.

Visited November 2013
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Una, India
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“8th Jyotirlinga”
Reviewed 25 October 2013

This is the 8th Jyotirlinga of the 12. The Temple is located few km away from Dwarka. It is in a peaceful location. Nice and clean, no rush. There are shops inside the temples where you can buy the offerings. If you have gone just to seek blessings of the God, do not get into special puja and special darshan as like other spiritual places its a way of taking out money from your pocket. However it is an individual decision and no question on any ones beliefs. There is a very big beautiful Shiva Idol in the courtyard of the temple. Kids can enjoy horse riding available in the premises itself.

Visited October 2013
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