Inside the temple, magnificent statues of Lord Shiva and Ganesha captivate the visitors. The awe-inspiring statue of Lord Shiva reaches a towering height of 65 feet and is positioned within a man-made pool of water, designed as a replica of Mount Kailash, the sacred abode of Lord Shiva.
A cherished ritual in the Shiva temple involves the temple priests performing a ceremonial washing of the linga using milk and flowers, accompanied by special prayers.
Maha Shivratri and Ganesh Chaturthi are particularly auspicious times to visit the temple, immersing oneself in the festive fervor. Additionally, Mondays hold a special significance, as aarti (ritual of worship with lights) is conducted within the temple premises. These moments add to the allure and spirituality of the temple, making it a must-visit destination.