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Pashupatinath Mandir Road, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh 458001
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5th-6th century

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About Shri Pashupatinath Temple, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh

The main attraction of the Mandsaur is Bhagwaan Pashupatināth temple. Pashupatināth is a synonymous name with Bhagwaan shiva. This artistic effigy is built-up smooth, glowingly dark coppery fiery rock- block. The temple is situated at the bank of the Shiva river.

History
Believed to be in existence since the time of Mahabharata, Mandsaur resulted from the
merger of two villages – Marh and Saur (or Dasaur). It has been ruled by a lot of prominent
rulers of ancient as well as recent history. It is famous for the 8 faced Pashupati Shivlingam. The
main industry here is the slate pencil industry. Every monsoon the water level in the Shivna
river rises to touch the holy Shiv Ling of Bhagwan Shiva. This phenomenon is termed as
“Jalaabhishek” which means worshiping god through the water.

 

Architecture of Shri Pashupatinath Temple, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh

This temple has four doors in four directions but the entrance door is situated in the west. Its weight is 4600 kg. The Shiv Ling in the temple is 8′ x 10.5′ and weighs 4.6 tons. The temple built on the river is 90 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 101 feet tall. On top of the temple is a 100 kg gold plated pitcher. Height 7.25 ft. in curvature and 11.25 ft. in straight. It has 8 heads divided into two parts. The first part is in 4 heads on the top and the second part in 4 head bottoms. The top 4 heads are clear, refined, and complete then 4 bottom heads are not refined. These heads' make-up indicates three rasps (relish) which are in bun-shaped hair with poisonous snakes, emerging the third eye and opened underlie. In the center, tangled hair are surrounding snakes that are acquainted annihilation of omkar (Veda mantras symbolizing God almighty).

How to reach Shri Pashupatinath Temple, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh?

By Train: Railway Station of Mandsaur, Shamgargh, and Ratlam are the nearest railheads.
By Air: the nearest Airport is in Udaipur and Indore.
By Bus: Temple is Distance from Bus Stop almost 3 km

Shri Pashupatinath Temple, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh Timings

06:00 am to 8:00 pm

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