Top 10 Places to visit in Jageshwar

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Jageshwar

 
Jageshwar is an important tourist destination in Kumaon and receives thousands of visitors every year. Jageshwar Dham attracts a few hundred pilgrims and tourists every day. Moreover Trekking, Hiking, Bird watching, Camping, Sightseeing, Yoga and meditation also attracts tourists to this place from all over the world.
 
Here we Present you Top 10 Places to Visit in Jageshwar
 
 

1. Jageshwar Dham

 
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Jageshwar is abode of one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and is one of the most religious pilgrimage of Uttarakhand. The beauty of the place is upheld by the Deodar trees and the Shiv Jata Ganga, which makes its way into the temple. The site is protected by law and controlled by the Indian Archeological Survey (ASI).
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Pilgrimage, Spirituality and Meditation
Best season to visit: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: 1 Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Kathgodam Railway Station is 125 km the nearest railway station to Jageshwar Dham. From Kathgodam you can get cab or bus.
 
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2. Vriddha/Old Jageshwar Temple

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Vridh Jageshwar is ancient than Jageshwar Temple so it is referred as Vriddha/Old Jageshwar. This temple dedicated to lord Shiva.
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Pilgrimage, Spirituality and Meditation
Best season to visit: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: Half Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Vriddha Jaheshwar is 3 km uphill from Jageshwar dham by Cab.
 

3. Jageshwar Archaeological Museum

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Jageshwar Archaeological Museum is a small museum located near Jageshwar Dham where all the statues from nearby temples are preserved.
Things to do in Jageshwar Archaeological Museum: Religious Monuments and Historical knowledge
 
 
Best season to visit: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: Half Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Jageshwar Archaeological Museum is 1 min from Jageshwar Dham by walk.
 

4. Dandeshwar Temple

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The Dandeshwar Temple is situated slightly upstream from the complex of the Jageshwar Temple. Dandeshwar Temple is 1 km from Artola village. The Dandeshwar temple complex is in a dingy state, with many relics turned into ruins.
 
 
Things to do: Religious Monuments and Historical knowledge
Best season to visit: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: Half Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Dandeshwar Temple is 4 min from Jageshwar Dham by Cab.
 

5. Jhankar Saim Temple

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Jhankar Saim Temple is located near south of Jageshwar Dham.This temple is dedicated to Lord Jhankar Saim who killed the daemons and let the Tapasya of Lord Shiva be unhindered.
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Spirituality and Pilgrimage
Best season: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: Half Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Jhankar Saim Temple is 12 min from Jageshwar Dham by Cab.
 

6. Mirtola Ashram

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Mirtola ashram is a little village, set up by Sri Yashoda Ma and her disciple Sri Krishna Prem, a woman turned to be ascetic in 1930.
This Ashram’s beauty and utter peace attract you to its very heart, as if it were calling on you to stay. Spending quality time with yourself and experiencing the divine peace and beauty of this ashram.
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Spirituality, Meditation and Solitude
Best season: All year round
Entry fee: 0 and you must take permission before entering the premises.
Suggested stay: One Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Mirtola Ashram is 31 min from Jageshwar Dham by Cab.
 

7. Kunja Village

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Kunja Gunth is a beautiful less known village in Uttarakhand located in Bhanoli Tehsil of Almora district which is 15 km from Jageshwar Dham. This village is beautiful and has certain spots that are very beautiful but less-known to Tourists.
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Village stay and Meeting village few hidden spots with its loving people.
Best season: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: Two Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Kunja Village is 1 hour from Jageshwar Dham at walking distance.

8. Jhandi Top

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This place is a gem in itself, especially for mountain and trekking lovers. After reaching the top, you’ll experience stunning views and a sense of being one with nature. Besides, you can camp out there or stay with your clan for a picnic.
 
 
Things to do: Nature, Solitude, Mountains, Trekking, Camping and Party Spot
Best season: All year round
Entry fee: 0
Suggested stay: One Day will be more than enough
How to reach: Jhandi Top is 40 min from Jageshwar Dham by cab and then 20 min Trek to reach above the hill.
 

9. Lakulisha Temple

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A small temple dedicated to the last avatar of Lord shiva, which is a shivling inside the Temple. Very few remains from what was originally in the Temple.
Things to do in Lakulisha Temple: Nature, Spirituality and historical remains

10. Dol Ashram

The Dol Ashram, also known as Shri Kalyanika Himalaya Devasthanam, is a serene ashram located 40 kilometers from Almora in the lovely village of Kanara in Uttarakhand’s Almora. It is surrounded by thick forests and sits peacefully in the center of them.

Dol Ashram was built with the intention of practicing yoga and meditation, and the ashram’s atmosphere makes it a great place to work on spiritual aspects. At Dol Ashram, you can learn Vedic method, which is an essential aspect of living a balanced and healthy life. Everyone interested in spirituality, yoga, or meditation is welcome at Dol Ashram.

Shree Kalyanika is a Hindu goddess. Himalaya Dev Sthanam is a spiritual vision of Kalyandasji, a Parma Yogi, who returns to his fellow beings after attaining enlightenment.

 
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