Mahamadhyeshwar & Rudranath Temples Open for Pilgrims
The doors of Madhyamaheshwar temple, one of the toughest pilgrimages to travel in Uttarakhand, have been opened for pilgrims. Located in the higher Himalayas, the Madhyamaheshwar is the home to a grand temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Built in classic north Indian architecture style, this temple is one of the five holy Panch Kedar temples. Madhyamaheshwar temple is believed to be built by Pandavas, and is located in the Mansoona village of Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand.
Another temple, Rudranath which is located at an altitude of 10,000 feet, also opens on May 19, 2015 early in the morning. More than 300 devotees paid homage to the Rudranath on the first day after the portals of the temple were opened for visitors.
Lord Rudranath Sculpture…here, one gets glimpses of the Face of Lord Rudra
Pilgrims have to travel around 30 km and 21 km on foot to reach Madhyamaheshwar and Rudranath temple.
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