A Lord Shiva’s temple located at the bank of Yamuna River in the cantonment area, Mankameshwar Temple is one of the highly revered Hindu shrines in Prayagraj. The renowned temple lies in the near proximity to another popular attraction, Saraswati Ghat. This ancient pilgrimage site in Prayagraj is flocked by hundreds of devotees every day. However, on Monday and Shivratri, the number of visitors doubles as these days are considered auspicious to pay homage to the deity of the temple. Being located on the riverside, the temple also boasts some picturesque vistas of the surrounding that are hard to resist while visiting.
Fort road, Kydgang, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211003, India.
Mankameshwar Temple remains open all days of a week. One can visit the place on any day from 5 in the morning to 10 in the evening.
The temple can be visited at any time during a year. Yet, the best time to visit Mankameshwar Temple is the winter season. With October, the winter season begins in Prayagraj and continues until March. Throughout this time, the weather of the city remains extremely pleasant which allows travellers to explore the region to its fullest.