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Shri Pashupatinath Temple

Constructed by the King of Nepal in the year 1876 Vikram Samvat, Shri Pashupatinath Temple of Haridwar enshrines a five faced statue of Pashupatinath on the top of which there is a cover made of 1.25 lakh Rudraksh seeds. Built in Rajasthani style, the temple is located inside the Shravannath Monastery at the fruit market crossing of Moti Bazaar. The statue of Nandi is placed in front of the temple. There are two big bells, brought from Nepal, hanging in front of the temple on either side. A huge exhibition is held every year on the day of Janmashtami. It also houses a huge, old library. Nearby is a beautiful temple of Pataleswar Mahadev.

Updated on 10th August, 2015
District: Haridwar
Location: Haridwar    


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