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brilliantly colourful

recently repainted, the complex is a riot of colour and slightly away from the main temples; well... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2018
Forest Row, United Kingdom
Famous 11 eternal burning lamps

Close to the Ahilya Devi fort is the Raja Rajeshwara temple at Maheswar which is renowned for the... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2018
Hyderabad, India
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| banks of the Narmada River, near Ahilyeshwara Temple, Maheshwar, India
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

recently repainted, the complex is a riot of colour and slightly away from the main temples; well worth the detour

Thank dunstanrichard
Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Close to the Ahilya Devi fort is the Raja Rajeshwara temple at Maheswar which is renowned for the famous 11 eternal burning lamps believed to be burning for centuries. Although architecturly the temples are not comparable with Holkar temoles within the fort but they have...More

1  Thank Shailendrasood
Reviewed 8 March 2018

This temple locates in the way from Rajwada to Ahilyabai ghants. Orange colored and large temples were closed during my visit. There are good seating where you can seat and rest.

Thank Javanshir M
Reviewed 4 March 2018

You are in Maheshwar for a purpose, to experience the divinity offered by the mighty Narmada and awe-inspiring architectural embrace offered by Ahilya Fort..but then do not forget to visit Rajarajeshwara Temple, it is exactly opposite to the main outer entrance of the Ahilya Fort..the...More

Thank Sushant W
Reviewed 4 March 2018

11 Akhand Jyoti Eternal Flames that have been attended for thousands of years make this very special. Aarti at 7:30 is heartfelt and welcoming.

Thank Niradhara M
Reviewed 25 January 2018

Beautiful and serene place and a must visit when in Maheshwar. Loved the bright orange colored temple though we didnt know much history of Kartavira Arjun. We visited in August with not many tourists around and it had rained - so was just beautiful !

Thank VLimaye
Reviewed 8 November 2017

It takes around 3-4 hours to reach this place. At one point of time it was capital of revered Ahilyabai Holkars dynasty which was later moved to Indore. Temple and Palace is worth seeing. The temple is buit on the banks of River Narmada and...More

Thank SRJoshi2014
Reviewed 4 November 2017

It is said that the 11 lamps inside this temple have been burning for several years and being maintained that way. While most of the fort closes at sunset, this temple and the Kashi Vishwanath temple is open till 9 pm or later. The Aarti...More

Thank TravelNike
Reviewed 21 October 2017

This shrine is believed to stand on site where King Kartyavirya Arjuna was cremated. It has ashtadhatu idols of Shiv and Parvati. The temple has 11 nandadeeps which have been burning continuously for centuries.

Thank Frontiermail
Reviewed 3 July 2017

The temple is situated within the fort and is walking distance from the ghat. There are other temples situated in the vicinity which appeared newly renovated. The main temple is old, small and dedicated to Lord Shiva. The interiors of the temple are beautifully adorned...More

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