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It is a much revered dham of lord Shiva, quite popular amongst locals.
It is a bit high in mountains but staircases are provided.
As such there is not much about the temple itself. But a temple is defined by the devotion and faith of...More
This temple is said to have a shiv ling which is more than 1000 years old.The temple has a lot of stairs and steep way to be walked on foot.So not that easy for aged people to reach.But the view from.top is good.
Mukteshwar Dham temple is on top of the hill and it could be seen from many places in Muteshwar.Its a v old temple and drive goes through a dense forest.In the temple complex apart from Lord Shiva's temple there are other small temple of other...More
Its an old Shiv temple at around 150 steps from the main road. The steps are quite doable. The temple is very serene coz of its setting amidst the trees and the height. The sound of the bells and the air make you feel very...More
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Visited this while our stay at Ramgarh Bungalows. The drive from Ramgarh to Mukteshwar is scenic and takes round 1.5 hrs.There is a parking near the temple and from there you have climb few stairs. Amazing views of the mountains . Spend some time in...More
Mukteshwar Is an offbeat tourist destination, in the district of Nainital in UK. It is situated at an altitude of 2286 meters (7500 feet), 51 km from Nainital, 72 km from Haldwani, and 343 km from Delhi. Ordinary tourists generally are less interested, once visited...More
Visited this popular temple for the second time but in the evening hours (my previous visit was in the morning hrs) especially to see the temple during sunset hours and evening lights.
While walking on the hill trails,
we could catch the orange rays piercing...More