Muktidham Temple, Nashik
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Admire a triple towered Rajasthani style edifice at Muktidham Temple, a marble temple complex honoring a number of Hindu gods. Founded in 1971 and run privately through a donation by a local industrialist, the temple features replicas of 12 Jyotirlingas sanctified in their place of origin. The central temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna with paintings depicting episodes from his life. Rajasthani stonemasons made the faced and makrana marble walls with 18 chapters from the holy Gita. A popular tourist attraction and pilgrimage center, the temple has a dharamshala which can accompany up to 200 pilgrims. You can bring and use your camera. To visit Muktidham Temple and other attractions in Nashik, use our Nashik vacation builder.
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