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The Gangeshwar Temple has been built very close to the Arabian Sea and such a manner that the waves... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Odisha, India
Fun spot to watch the sun go down

The temple is located at a very pictureque spot and is worth visiting if passing buy around sunset... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Fudam Village, Diu, India
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Reviewed yesterday

The Gangeshwar Temple has been built very close to the Arabian Sea and such a manner that the waves washes regularly the shiva lingas which is very very amazing and beautiful. One can also enjoy the different waves and water droplets with charm. One must...More

Thank PradeepKumar-006
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The temple is located at a very pictureque spot and is worth visiting if passing buy around sunset. the temple itself is small but of substantial significance to the local population and therefore has an interesting ambience.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and features 5 Shivalingas that are believed to have been established by the Pandavas during their exile from the kingdom.These Shivalingas are situated amidst rocks that are washed by waves continuously.

Thank khan25kareena
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lord Shiva is seating near sea of Diu. It was cool place. Family can visit together and spend time for 3-4 hours at and around this trample. It was clean and having good view.

Thank drniraj74
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visit the diu every year since last 10 years but this is my 1st visit to Gangeshwar temple. 5 Shivalingams are said to be installed by the Pandavas. Water from the arabian Sea comes and washes over the lingams. It is 1 km ahead...More

Thank sanjayvora45
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Must visit place in DIU, you will get mesmerizing experience of lord Shiva's five idols , sea coming and pouring water on lord shiva.

Thank joshi28974
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

5 Shiva Lingas believed to be established by Pancha Pandavas during their hideout year. It's so exciting to see the sea waves coming and touching the Shiv Lingas as if the Sea God wants to take the blessings of Lord Shiva. So divine experience.

Thank UmaRamas
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

Visited this place 4th time and I love it. It can get crowded at times but it's peaceful. Also it's said that the sea water that flows past shivlings becomes sweets and I believe it's true. I would go again in future

Thank wershad
Reviewed 22 April 2017

ample of seating place available here to enjoy scenic beauty. The temple is amazing its located near the bed of sea

Thank drraviamc
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

We visited at 8:00pm here. It was indeed cool and calm at this time. Five Shivlings get Abhishek by sea water on high tide day. Can sit here and enjoy beauty of sea here.

Thank gaurav4321
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Is it open in the month of June and July? It remains open for people in monsoons? Please reply quickly as I'm planning to go there very next week. Hurry. And what about the water sports activities? Are they open in monsoons?
23 June 2017|
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Response from gaurav4321 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Temple can be visited. But check for high tide day. You can see sea water touching Shivlings on some of the days.