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Madalseshwar Mahadev

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh


Goddess Parvaty requested Lord Shiva to describe the various Teerths (Sacred Ponds) and Shiv Lings in the Holy City of Kashi. (Kashi Khand, Chapter 97). Lord Shiva was very pleased to accede to the request of the Goddess.


The place of worship is open for devotees from 06.00 a.m. in the morning to 09.00 p.m. in the night. Devotees can have darshan throughout.

How to Reach ?

Pancham Mandareshwar, also known as Madalaseshwar, can be found at D.5/133 Kalika Galli. To reach this location, a devotee can take the road from Annapurna leading to Vishwanath temple, and after passing the temple, continue for about 50 yards until reaching a crossroad called Saraswati Phatak. From there, the devotee can take a right turn and walk a short distance until reaching another right turn at Kalika Galli. Without turning right, on the opposite side (i.e. the left side), Madalaseshwar can be seen. However, the locals commonly refer to this Ling as Pancham Mandareshwar.

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