Jageshwar is a spiritual holy town of Uttarakhand and a significant tourist destination of Kumaon region. The place is famous for featuring more than 100 temples devoted to Lord Shiva. The religious destination is situated amidst the dense of forests of Deodar at a height of 1,870 meters above the sea level. With stream flowing in its backyard and dense greenery, the beauty of Jageshwar is enhanced. You can book Jageshwar tour packages to attain peace and tranquility and indulge into yoga and meditation.
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Also known as Jageshwar Mahadev, Jageshwar Temple is the main temple in the region dedicated to 'Bal Jageshwar'. The temple faces the west direction and has sculptures of Nandi and Skandi as guard. The temple has a flame that keeps burning since forever.
Supposedly to be the oldest among the temples of the region, Mahamrityunjaya Temple features a huge lingam in the unique eye-shaped opening. The temple faces the east direction and the deity is worshipped as a rescuer of life.
It is another admired shrine of Lord Shiva and is believed to be one of the major and tallest temples in the Kumaon region.
It is another popular must see attraction in Jageshwar. It is run by Archaeological Survey of India and features 174 sculptures of 9th galleries and many other important collections.