Shri Mamleshwar Jyotirling
Mamleshwar Temple is one of the Jyotirlingas located near Amreshwar temple and right opposite to the Omkareshwar temple on the south bank of Narmada River. This temple was constructed in 10th century; this ancient Hindu temple is well-known for its history and magnificent architecture across the country. The Interior walls of the temple are sculptured with the drawings of Stotra. Shivlinga is installed inside the main temple’s sanctorum. The temple has of idols of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti.
The most popular
Shiva occasion ‘Maha Shivratri’
celebration is observed in this ancient and holy temple. This is a hymns very
sacred place to commemorate felicitous fest by people following Hindu Culture.
Large carcades are carried out within the city with people thronging the
streets to catch a glance of the venerate idol of Mahadeva. Fairs have been
organised and people often fast on the night of Shivratri and sing and praises
in the name of Lord Shiva.