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Ambernath Shiv Mandir

God : Shiva

Address :New Bhendi Pada, Bhaskar Nagar (East, Deepak Nagar, Ambernath, Maharashtra 421505, India

Locality/City/Village: Ulhasnagar

State : Maharashtra

Country: India

Temple Timings | Map

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About

Located along the banks of the river Vadavan, Shiv Mandir of Ambernath is a hindu temple of Lord Shiva - a highly regarded deity in India.

Built in 1060 AD, this centuries old temple has stood the test of time. The temple is intricately carved in stone in the Hemadpanthi-style and makes for a splendid sight to behold.

It is flooded with devotees during the Mahashivratri festival of India. Many legends associated with the temple make this an even more fascinating place. Located away from the urban area, you will find peace and solitude here when the place isn’t much crowded.

Visit this historical temple while wandering in Maharashtra, India.

Architecture

Ambarnath temple is one of the prime destinations of tourists visiting Thane. Ambarnath temple is considered as the oldest temple built in Hemandpanti style of temple architecture. The temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, was built with intricately carved blocks of black stone in 1060 AD by King Chittaraja of the Silhara Dynasty.

The mandap and the sanctum of this temple exhibit unique architectural features. The floor of the sanctum sanctorum of Ambarnath temple is an uneven circle as it is designed in the form of a spread-out Shiva’s mat (tiger skin).  The mandap, which is placed diagonally across the central axis of the sanctum, is away from it by three entrances that face north, south and west.

The mandap has a concave ceiling which is richly decorated with intricate carvings. The main entrance to the temple, which also has an idol of Nandi under the porch, is in the West.  The exterior walls of the temple are decorated with intricate carvings of stories related to Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesh and Lord Nandi.


Timing

Monday - Friday:                6:00 AM -6:00 PM

Saturday:                              6:00 AM -6:00 PM

Sunday:                                 6:00 AM -6:00 PM

Public Holidays:                 6:00 AM -6:00 PM


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