Pashupatinath Temple

Category Historic

The main attraction of Mandsaur is lord Pashpupatinath temple. Pashpupatinath is synonymous name of lord shiva. This artistic effigy is built-up smooth, glowingly dark coppery fiery rock-block. The temple is situated at the bank of Shivna river.

Its weight is 4600 kg. Height 7.25 ft. in curvature and 11.25 ft. in straight. It has 8 heads they are divided in two part. First part in 4 heads on the top and second part in 4 head bottom. Top 4 heads are clear, refined and complete then 4 bottom heads are not refined.

This temple have four doors in the four directions but entrance door is situated in the west. This effigy’s heads which is situated in the west are presenting fearful image of lord shiva. This heads make-up indicate three rasp (relish) which is in bun-shaped hair with poisonous snakes, emerging third eye and opened underlie. In the centre tangled hair are surrounding snakes that is acquainted annihilation omkar (veda mantras symbolizing God almighty)

Photo Gallery

  • Ashtmukhi shivling
  • shahi sawari of pashupatinath ji.
  • Chappan Bhog

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport Udaypur and Indore.

By Train

Nearest Railway Statation Mandsaur,Shamgargh and ratlam.

By Road

Temple is Distance from Bus Stop almost 3 k.m