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Jageshwar is an abode of Shiva and a Hindu pilgrimage town with one of the most famous pilgrimages for Lord Shiva devotees from all over the world. Dandeshwar Temple, Chandi-ka-Temple, Jageshwar Temple, Kuber Temple, Mrityunjaya Temple, Nanda Devi or Nau Durga, Nava-grah Temple, a Pyramidal shrine, and Surya Temple are among the temples there. 

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Jageshwar, in the Kumaun area, is 36 kilometres (22 miles) northeast of Almora. The temples are located in the Jataganga river valley, amid a Deodar forest, on the south side of the road, which passes through an eponymous settlement at an elevation of 1,870 metres (Cedrus deodara). The temple clusters begin at the confluence (sangam) of two streams, Nandini and Surabhi, after they run down the hills.

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Human habitation may be seen everywhere throughout the valley, providing services to pilgrims and travellers who are visiting these temples or passing through on their way to other sacred sites in Uttarakhand. Mokshadham, Dandeshwar, Jageshwar, and Koteshwar are the local villages. 

Jageshwar Overview

Jageshwar which is the abode of shiva is referenced as a tirtha (pilgrimage) location in Hindu writings from before the 10th century. Kathgodam, 125 kilometres away, is the nearest rail station. Almora (35 km), Haldwani (131 km), Pithoragarh (88 km), and Kathgodam are all accessible by road from Jageshwar.

 

Located

District Almora, Uttarakhand (Kumaon Division)

Recommended Stay

2 Nights / 3 Days

Famous For

Temple City: Jageshwar is famous for a group of 125 large and small stone temples

Nearby Station

Airport – Pantnagar, 150 km / Railways – Kathgodam, 115 km

Jageshwar Travel Tips

Jageshwar also referred as “Abode of Shiva” is heaven for Nature lovers. Jageshwar is a state in the northern part of India with  Natural rustic Beauty, Pure and cold stream of waters in mountains, breathtaking view of snowfall and Multiple beautiful lakes all around its Vicinity.
 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Jageshwar

Hindu pilgrimage town Jageshwar is in the Almora district of Uttarakhand. The temple city consists of a number of different buildings. Jageshwar Temple is a popular tourist attraction.

Hotels in Jageshwar ranging in price from low to moderate are listed here. Almora, on the other hand, is home to a huge number of accommodations. Here hotels and resorts are available in varied budgets from luxury to 1-star property.

Jageshwar is best visited between April and June, and September and November. Just for the beautiful day and night weather, the spring and early monsoons are the finest season to visit Jageshwar.

Yes, Definitely! Jageshwar is not very much fully digital with online payments, so you will have to carry enough cash to travel in jageshwar.

Finding Petrol Pump in Jageshwar can be very difficult, so make sure that you check your tank in Almora.

Yes, Uttarakhand Travel Tourism can provide you with every kind of package like Pilgrimage Package, Sightseeing Package, Trekking Package, Village Life Package, Etc.

Yes, UTT Village Homestay is one trusted and our own Homestay exclusively designed for our customers to experience the best in jageshwar with the magnificent view that you will get from our homestay.

Yes, We can provide you the best cab service in jageshwar with UTT Cab Service in Jageshwar.

The nearest Airport to jageshwar is Pantnagar Airport and Kathgodam Railway Station is the nearest station to jageshwar.

Yes, but be ready to experience heavy snowfall and cold. Carry woolen clothes and be prepared.

At an elevation of 1,870 metres above sea level, Jageshwar is located 37 kilometres from Almora. In Kumaon, Jageshwar is one of the most popular tourist destinations. Deodar trees surround the house, and a brook runs through its backyard.

Jageshwar Dham, Vriddha/Old Jageshwar Temple, Jageshwar Archaeological Museum , Dandeshwar Temple, Jhankar Saim Devta Temple, Jhandi Top, Shiv Jata Ganga, Samalkot Temple, Mirtola Ashram and Kunja Village.

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