Lord Shiva

Temple History

Devguradia Shiva Mandir is situated in the village of Devguradia, which is 8 km from Indore on the Nemawar road. The temple is a monolithic rock temple, which was built in the 7th century. Ahilya Bai Holkar ordered the reconstruction of this temple in 18th century. Popularly known as Garuda Tirth, this temple has a water outlet in the shape Gomukh.

The water falls directly on the Shiva Lingam enshrined at this temple. Original Shiva Lingam stood at a height of 12 ft, which is now under water in the sunken temple. The present temple is constructed on the original sunken temple. On every Shivratri, a fair is held at this temple to honour of Lord Shiva.


Additional Information

The original Shivalinga is 12 ft under water in a sunken temple above which the present temple is constructed.

From Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore the temple is around 18.4 Km. Taxis, auto city buses are available from here.

From Indore Junction it is 10.3 Km. Direct city buses are available from here. Autos and taxis are also easy available for temple.

From Sarwate Bus Stand it is 10.3 Km and 15.5 km from Gangwal Bus Stand. City buses autos and taxis are available for here to the temple.
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