You will be given a chance to touch Siv Baghavan and do the Pooja. Normally you won't get such chance in South Indian temples. (That the best part as we travel so for this Right).
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It's a very small temple and not maintained properly. It will look very crowded even when there are not many people. It is very close, around 400-500 m from Ellora caves.
Like any famous Indian temple, it teems with devotees. Queues can be serpentine at times. Very near to Aurangabad and Ellora. Before embarking on the visit, check when and when not to. Avoid going on government holidays. Not a very spacious place, so plan accordingly....More
Such a important jyotirlinga temple for our country and the premises are very badly maintained A portion of fund going to ellora if spent on the temple premises, it would be worth visiting Not a worthy place unless mandatory self rituals Worthy avaoidable
Since I travelled during Navarathri, had to stand in the long Q. But it was ok as it was shaded and orderly except for few people who tried to break the Q. Men have to take off their shirt before entering the temple. Camera is...More
After getting down at Aurangabad, we took an auto from there. We did not find any rush and did Darshan of holy Shiva very comfortably. The word Ghrneshwar means "lord of compassion" This temple was destroyed by the Delhi Sultanate during the Hindu-Muslim wars of...More
12th jotirling,Grishneshwar ... Distance 35 km from Aurangabad City....... Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Also the famous Ellora Caves are adjacent to the temple.
For Shiva devotees it's a must place to visit. You will be happy and blessed for sure. Entry to all. No entry fees. Suggest to visit other than Monday. If you visit on Monday, you may skip the line. Enter from rear door and take...More