Located on the Mohan Road, Budheswhwar Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest Hindu shrines in Lucknow. Established by Raja Bakshi, the temple is sacred to Lord Shiva. The temple remains flocked with oodles of devotees throughout the year. However, on the auspicious day of Mahashivratri, the crowd of the devotees gets doubled up. On this day, pilgrims from and wide come to this pilgrimage site in Lucknow commemorate Lord Shiva in a unique way. Milk flowers, bel-patri and fruits are offered as a ritual to worship Lord Shiva on the day of Mahashivratri. The name Budheshwar Mahadev Temple boasts an interesting legend. It goes like that, Lord Rama along with his consort, Sita, and brother, Lakshman, worshipped Lord Shiva at this place while going for their exile period. The day on which they pay homage to the Lord was Wednesday, and hence, the temple today known as Buddheswar Mahadev Temple. This popular tourist attraction in Lucknow is one of the most peaceful places to visit in the city.
Mohan Road, Near Buddeshwar Chauraha, Budheshwar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226017, India.
Apart from Budheshwar Mahadev Temple, there are other popular tourist attractions in Lucknow that are also visited by tourists. These places are located in the nearby distance to the temple.
For tourists, the temple of Budheshwar Mahadev opens every day from morning to evening. However, the closes around 12:30 PM for an hour.