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Ranmukteshwar Temple

Confluence Of The Narmada and Kaveri Rivers, Omkareshwar, India
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Religious

Good place to go if you have time. All around full of natural view and old good temple this is... read more

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mudra32
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Beautiful location

It is on river bank and the temple creates a different experience to feel due to its position on... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2017
Mithlesh1989
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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Nov 30, 2017
“Beautiful location”
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Confluence Of The Narmada and Kaveri Rivers, Omkareshwar, India
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Reviewed today via mobile

Good place to go if you have time. All around full of natural view and old good temple this is . really love.

Thank mudra32
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Reviewed 30 November 2017

It is on river bank and the temple creates a different experience to feel due to its position on the meeting point of Narmada and Kaveri.

Thank Mithlesh1989
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

The name of the temple is Wrin Mukteswar not Ran Mukteswar. 'Wrin' means debt in Sanskrit.This temple is situated near the confluence of two rivers Narmada and Kaveri on the island of Mandhata parvat at Omkareswar and 2 kms away from the Omkareswar temple or...More

Thank RinaHazra
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

It is a long walk about 2 kms each way from the Omkareswar Temple to the Sangam as it is popularly called. The place is not clean and the walk requires going up and down the road.

Thank AnirbanBasu
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Reviewed 5 September 2016

Ranmukteshwar Temple is dedicated to lord Shiva in the name as Ranmukteshwar. Its said that after visiting the temple all your debts for after life is paid and one can died peacefully. Very power full and magical temple. The temple is part of omkareshwar parikrma...More

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