Shri Pashupatinath Temple

Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh


The main attraction of the Mandsaur is Bhagwan Pashupati Nath temple. Pashupati Nath is a synonymous name with Bhagwan 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.


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 is surrounding snakes that are acquainted annihilation of omkar (Veda mantras symbolizing God almighty).


Timings of Temple

06:00 am to 8:00 pm

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