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Veerkhala Rook

Veerkhala Rook is an ancient temple and sacrificial altar situated on the eastern hillside of Omkareshwar. It is believed the human sacrifices took place here in days of yore to appease Kal Bhairoa, a form of Shiva. This practice was ended by the British rule. There is also a statue of Kunti Mata located on this hillside.

The city of Omkareshwar is situated 61 km from Khandwa. Nearest railhead is Omkareshwar on the Ratlam-Khandwa line of Western Railway. Local conveyance is well available from Indore, Ujjain and Khandwa to Omkareshwar.

Updated on 29th April, 2015
District: Khandwa
Location: Omkareshwar

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