Agni Dhruveshwar is also known as Jageshwar Mahadev.
According to Kashi Khand, Chapter 100, worshippers should go on a religious tour (Yatra) of eleven Shiv Lings. This is known as the Ekadasha Maha Rudra Yatra. (Ekadasha means “eleven” in Sanskrit.)
It is said that Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati live here. All desires are granted here. On Mahashivratri, devotees flock to visit Jageshwar Mahadev. The shadow of Baba’s shrine is made on sight on this occasion.
Shri Jageshwar Mahadev Temple, located in Ishwargangi, contains a Shivling that is thousands of years old. Whose length rises automatically every Mahashivratri equivalent to barley.
According to the temple’s Mahant, Swami Madhur Krishna, all types of requests are granted by viewing, touching, and adoring, and this has also been my personal experience. If someone visits this Shivling for three years, three months, or just three months, all of his wishes and problems are satisfied.
The first Ling in the aforesaid Yatra is Agni Dhruveshwar Ling. This Yatra should be done as frequently as feasible. Devotees of Agni Dhruveshwar shall get Rudra Padavi (equivalent to Lord Rudra – Lord Shiva).