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Explore the Best and Most Famous Places to Visit in Jageshwar with Uttarakhand Travel Tourism at the Best price offered with all facilities. Jageshwar is a popular tourist site in Kumaon that attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. Every day, a few hundred pilgrims and tourists visit Jageshwar. Trekking, hiking, bird watching, camping, sightseeing, yoga, and meditation are just some of the activities that draw visitors from all over the world to this location. Here are the top 20 amazing places in jageshwar that people can visit and enjoy!

1. Jageshwar Dham

The magnificent temple, which is located in the Jata Ganga river valley, is surrounded on all sides by tall deodars, rhododendrons, and pines. The Jageshwar Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s younger incarnation, also known as Tarun Jageshwar or Bal Jageshwar. The Nagesh Darukabane, also known as the Swayambhu Linga, is one of India’s 12 jyotirlingas. The Shiv Ling is divided into two pieces and is located in the sanctum-sanatorium. Lord Shiva is depicted in the larger version, while Goddess Parvati is depicted in the smaller version. In the temple, an Akhand Jyoti is constantly blazing. Behind the Shivling are two metal images of Chand kings. Nandi and Skandi, two life-size idols of dwarpalas (guards), stand on either side of the main temple entrance. Around sunset, there is an evening aarti (fire ritual) that you can attend.

2. Vridh / Old Jageshwar

This old temple is located at the top of a ridge, which is reached after a 1.5-kilometre uphill climb from Jageshwar. This site, dedicated to Lord Shiva’s older incarnation, is also the source of the Jata Ganga river.

3. Dandeshwar Temple

It is a collection of 14 temples designed in the Nagar architectural style. A big uncut natural rock Shiva linga may be found in the main temple. Lord Shiva is worshipped here in the form of Dandeshwar, who lives here to maintain watch over the area.

4. Archaeological Museum

The ASI has erected a museum near the temple complex. The museum features two galleries that house an amazing collection of ancient idols, including Uma-Maheshwar, a sculpture of Lord Surya holding a lotus in both hands, and a four-foot-high bronze statue of Pona Raja, a local ruler, as well as other relics from the 9th and 13th centuries AD.

5. Jhakar Saim Mahadev

If the town’s history is to be believed. Demons tried to stop Lord Shiva from doing his Tapasya. This was when God Jhanker Saim manifested as the trinetra (third eye) and dispatched his Ganas to assassinate them.

6. Mirtola Ashram

Mirtola ashram is a small community founded in 1930 by Sri Yashoda Ma and her student Sri Krishna Prem, an austere woman. The beauty and tranquilly of this Ashram draw you in as if it were beckoning you to stay. Spending meaningful time with oneself while immersed in the ashram’s exquisite tranquilly and beauty.

7. Kunja Village

Kunja Gunth is a 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.

8. Jhandi Top

This location is a hidden gem, especially for mountain and trekking enthusiasts. When you reach the summit, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views and a sensation of being one with nature. You can also camp there or have a picnic with your family.

9. Shiv Jata Ganga

Shiv Jata Ganga is the river that runs through Kunja village. The river Jataganga runs alongside the settlement at an elevation of 1870 metres, through a tiny forested valley with deodara, pine, oak, and rhododendron.

10. Vimalkot Temple

The historical temple of Goddess Bimalkot Devi, known for Himalayan philosophy and natural beauty, is a symbol of trust. Vimalkot, near Dhaulchina, has one such old temple. Hundreds of years have passed since this sturdy religious centre was founded. Vimala Devi’s temple is said to have been established in the 15th century during the Afghan and Mughal Empires. Jageshwar is 35 kilometres from the district headquarters, near the top of the highway.

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The cost of a hotel in Jageshwar starts at Rs. 800 per night. This price could get cheaper in customised packages designed by US!

April to June, September to November are the best months to visit Jageshwar. The spring and early monsoons are the best time to visit Jageshwar, merely for the pleasant day and night weather, which are favourable for the extensive travelling around the area for sightseeing and further exploration.

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