A prominent marble temple complex in Nashik, Muktidham is where one can see all 12 Jyotirlingas, which are the replicas of the actual temples. Along with its spectacular artistic features, the temple is prominent for its walls that carry the inscription from Mahabharata, and the life of Lord Krishna, who is the main deity of the temple. There is a special room that houses the notable paintings of Raghubir Mulgaonkar. Also unique to this temple are eighteen chapters of Geeta written on the walls. Moreover, here one can see the idols of all the major Hindu god and goddesses like Vishnu, Laxmi Rama, Laxman, Sita, Hanuman, Durga, Ganesha. Further, the complex also houses a Dharamshala, which can accommodate at least 200 pilgrims.
As such a prominent story or a belief is not associated with the temples. Mr. J.D. Chauhan-Bytco, a local industrialist build it in the year 1971.
Reaching the temple is not a problem as it is centrally located. Buses, and cars are easily available from anywhere in the city.
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The temple can be visited round the year but to see the temple in its full swing, one should visit here during the Kumbh Mela, a mass Hindu pilgrimage that happens in every 12 years.