On the route from Daranagar to the Kalbhairav temple, there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. An old well with significant religious significance is said to provide water that may treat several illnesses.
Varanasi is home to the renowned and magnificent Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple. This temple belonged to Lord Mahadev and is a sacred place of devotion (Known as Lord Shiva by pilgrims). The Shivling and an old well serve as the foundation for this temple’s history. “The God who overcomes death” is the definition of Mrityunjay Mahadev. It is said that the Shivling at this temple protects all of the worshippers from dying an unnatural death. To triumph over his untimely death, Lord Shiva is venerated by followers such as Mrityunjay Mahadev. India-wide visitors come here to conduct the “Mrityunjay Path” to solve their troubles.
There is a historic well on the temple’s grounds (also known as koop). This well’s water offers medicinal properties for people. It is said to include a combination of multiple subterranean water streams and to possess miraculous healing powers for a variety of ailments.
Another legend surrounding the magical well claims that “Dhanvantari,” the father of Ayurveda, dumped all of his medication into it. As a result, the water from this well is sacred, has healing properties, and can treat a variety of illnesses.