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Most Famous & Powerful Lord Shiva Temples Across India

During the beginning of the earth, when the beginning of the 20th century was about 15 - 20 thousand years ago, Goddess Devta had been the first step in the earth. At that time, the whole earth was covered with snow. At the same time Mahadev Shiva went to the center of the earth to make it his home.

Lord Vishnu chose the sea and the Brahma Dev as the place of his abode. In the book of ancient religious texts, it is found in the book where Lord Shiva is situated, beneath this mountain, Patallok  is situated here, Lord Vishnu resides here.

Above the seat of Lord Shiva, which means the heaven and then the Brahmalok are located across the atmosphere. Apart from this, there was nothing on earth at that time, life on earth came from the powers of these trinity.

According to scientists, Tibet is the oldest land in the world, and in ancient times it used to be the ocean. Then when the sea was removed, the other earth appeared and thus gradually life spread.

Lord Shiva, the first person on this earth, tried to spread the propaganda of life. This is why Lord Shiva is also called Dev Dev. It is the beginning of the beginning ie Lord Shiva is the beginning. Due to being Adinath, Lord Shiva is also known as Adish.

The order word is made from this same word only, when Nath Sadhoo meets each other, then by order order the Lord Shiva shines.
In addition to Lord Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu acted on the origin and reciprocity of life on the whole earth.

All of them together made the earth worth living and here the god, demon, demon, Gandharva, Yaksh and man's population increased.

Below is 21 most famous and powerful Temple.

Kailashnath Temple, Ellora

The kanchi Kailasanathar temple is that the oldest and delightful handmade structure in Kanchipuram settled in Tamil Nadu, India, it's a oldest Hindu temple within the Dravidian art form. it's dedicated to the Lord Shiva, and is understood for its historical importance. The temple was engineered from 685-705 AD by a Rajasimha ruler of the Pallava folk. The low-slung sandstone compound contains an oversized variety of carvings, as well as several half-animal deities that were common throughout the first Dravidian architectural period. The structure contains fifty eight little shrines that are dedicated to numerous types of Shiva. These are engineered into niches on the inner face of the high compound wall of the circumambulatory passage. The temple is one among the foremost distinguished traveler attractions of the town.

Brihadeeswara Temple, Thanjavur

Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram
Lingaraj Temple, Bhubaneswar
Kotilingeshwara Temple, Kotilingeshwara
Daksheswara Mahadev Temple, Uttarakhand
Annamalaiyar Temple, Tamil Nadu

Taraknath Temple, West Bengal

Murudeshwara Temple, Murudeshwara
Vadakkunnathan Temple, Kerala
Bhavnath Mahadev Temple, Gujarat
Srikalahasti Temple, Andhra Pradesh
Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, Khajuraho
Pashupatinath Temple, Mandsaur
Tungnath Temple, Uttarakhand
Natarajar Temple, Tamil Nadu
Kirateshwar Mahadev Temple, Sikkim
Jambukeswarar Temple
Sukreswar Temple, Assam
Bhojpur Shiva Temple, Bhopal
Amarnath Temple