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Lord Shiva Temple

| Harihareshwar Shore, Shrivardhan, India
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Reviewed 31 October 2017

This temple is known as Dakshin kashi and people visit this temple for prayers. it has lord Kalbhirav and lord shiva temple. Pradakshina marg is very scenic and good. one must complete it, takes about 15-20 min

Thank Vishwas K
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Reviewed 25 October 2017

Its a plain 200 metre walk from parking lot .Along with lord shiva temple there is a kal bhairav temple just adjacent to it .I observed queues of 15- 20 min each on weekend .The front will lead you to ash immersion ghat .The back...More

Thank vibhadhamija
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

Harihareshwar Temple is one temple that is pretty clean & un-crowded temple unlike most of the other temples that I have visited. The temple is on the beach of Harihareshwar & there are 3-5 steps that lead to the beach & this is a unique...More

Thank Rajiv B
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Reviewed 30 July 2017

The temple, built in old Konkan style architecture, is worth a visit. The parikrama that starts from behind the temple, ends up climbing up the hill behind the temple, and finally descends to rocky tidal pools that lead to the Harihareshwar beach. Visitors should be...More

Thank Traveling_lens
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Reviewed 4 July 2017

Harihareshwar is famous for Lord Shiva temple.temple is very old and clean. There are shivlinga with 4 pind which refer as Bramha, Vishnu, Mahesh and Parvati. Temple and nearby hill area have huge history/Mythology associated with it. Pradakshina/Parikrama of Temple makes this place unique. Parikrama...More

Thank priteshkulkarni
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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Good drive on way to the temple. Lot of history behind the Temple. And I am a history buff. So loved every bit of it. Good with family.

Thank samratmitra9
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Reviewed 7 May 2017

A small walk from the parking lot leads to the Harihareshwar temple. The order of the darshan is Kaal bhairav, then the shiva temple.

Thank RGNMumbai
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Reviewed 2 April 2017

Including the way to the temple which is actually a small lane with shops of souvenirs, prasads and local delicacy to the temple which is calm and serene to the parikrama which goes up the hill and then goes down like a ravine and opens...More

Thank riteshjoshi2020
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Reviewed 25 February 2017

Temple is a simple small temple like old temples in small towns. Best part of temple is the pradakshina which requires you to climb up and down a lot of stairs.

Thank newMountaineer
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

The temple is great and a serene place to visit. It was not too crowded at the time we went around 12 noon, and took us around 20 mins to complete the darshan in Lord Shiva and Lord Kaalbhairav temples. And then the adventurous part...More

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