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The temple of Lord Shiva is called as Mahakala of Ujjain which is known among the twelve celebrated Jyotirlingas in India. The glory of Mahakaleshwar temple has been very much vividly described in varoius puranas.
Manthani Temple is situated at Manthani, in Karimnagar District, Andhra Pradesh. The presiding deity here is Gauthameswara Lord Shiva. The temple has resemblance with the Thousand Pillar Temple in Warangal.
The name Markandeshwar is connected with Maharishi Markandeya, a great devotee of Shiva. The great Markandeshwar Mahadev temple is located in the town of Shahbad Markanda, which is situated in the Kurukshetra district of Haryana in North India
Mukteshwar Temple
Mukteshwar Temple is considered as one of the sacred religious place to visit in the city of Bubaneshwar and is dedicated to the main deity Lord Shiva. It is situated at the hilltop built out of white marble Shivling with a copper yoni.
The Pahari Mandir is located near the Ratu Road of the popular city of Ranchi in Jharkhand. It is situated at an altitude of 2140 feet from the sea level. This Temple of Lord Shankara (Lord Shiva) alias Pahari Mandir is situated 7 km away from Ranchi.
This small temple of Parashurameswar is located at Bhubaneswar which is believed to be a good specimen of early Orissan architecture of the post-Buddhist period, as being viewed from its rudimentary vimana.
Perur Patteswarswamy Temple
The most renowned Perur Patteeswara Swamy Temple is situated on the banks of the holy river Noyyal. Pilgrims visit here from far to pay homage to their ancestors at this spot near the temple on the river bank. Located 6 km towards the west of Coimbatore on the , Perur Patteeswara Swamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The Rajarani temple is one of the most renowned and famous temples in Bhubaneswar which is the capital city of Orissa. It was built between the 10th and 11th century from reddish gold sandstone known as Rajarani from the local parlance.
Ranbireshwar Temple is the famous Shiva temple in Jammu which owns its legend, its devotees and specific days of worship. This Temple of Lord Shiva is located opposite Jammu & Kashmr Civil Secretariat, on Shalamar Road in Jammu.
The Shankaracharya temple is housed in the Srinagar district on the hill known as Takht-e-Suleiman. It is at the height of 1100 ft. above surface level of the main city on the peak of the hill.
The Shiv Mandir is located at Gur Mandi in the city of Jalandhar which is well known and venerated temple of the Hindus. The Temple was found Nawab of Sultanpur Lodhi who built the temple near Masjid Imam Nasar.
SriKalahasti temple is located 36 km away from Tirupathi in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradhesh, India. The inner temple is constructed around 5th century and the outer temple was constructed in the 12th Century.Srikalahasti Temple is situated in Chittoor district of the state of Andhra Pradesh. In South India, it occupies a place of eminence among the holy Siva kshetras.
The shrine of Lord Mallikarjuna or Lord Shiva are picturesquely situated on a flat top of Nallamalai Hills, Srisailam temple is reputed to be one of the most ancient kshetras in India. It is on the right side of the River Krishna in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. This celebrated and high mountain is also named as Siridhan, Srigiri, Sirigiri, Sriparvatha and Srinagam.
Somnath temple of Gujarat is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is situated 79 Kms. from Junagadh and 25 Kms. from Chorwad. Somnath Temple here is located about 79 kilometers from Junagadh in the Prabhas Kshetra near Veraval and the most legendary temples of the western coast of India.
Sukresvara temple in Assam is located in Guwahati which is on the bank of the river Brahmaputra in Assam. The hillock in where the temple resides is called Hasti which is being named in the the Kalika Purana, and is described as the ashrama (hermitage) of the sage Sukra. According to the Kalika Purana, Sukresvara Linga was set up here

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