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Brief History Of This Temple

Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple in Varanasi is the very famous and glorious temple. This temple is the holy place of worship and belongs to the Lord Mahadev (Known as Lord Shiva by pilgrims). The history of this temple is all behind an ancient well and “The Shivling”. The meaning of the word Mrityunjay Mahadev is “The God who triumphs over of death”. It is considered as, the Shivling in this temple keeps away all the devotees from their unnatural death. Lord Shiva is worshipped as Mrityunjay Mahadev by devotees in order to get triumph over his unnatural death. People from all over India come here and perform “Mrityunjay Path” to get rid of their problems. In the campus of the temple, there is an ancient well (also known as loop).

The water of this well has the therapeutic effect on human beings. It is considered as it has the mixture of several underground water streams and has miraculous effect for curing numerous diseases. Another story behind the magical well is that a famous person “Dhanvantari” (father of the Ayurveda) has poured all his medicine in that well, that’s why the water of this well is sacred and has medicinal effect as well as able to cure various diseases.

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Temple Events

Events related to this Temple

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Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple Varanasi

This temple belonging to the faith, Hinduism is in Varanasi
Temple Timings

Temple Timings

Timings Of this Temple

Monday - Sunday: 04:30am - 11:00pm Daily Aarti: Mangla Aarti-5:30 am Bhoog Aarti-2:00 pm Shayan Aarti-12:30 am Special Aarti Shiv ratri Aarti- 12:00 pm to 6:00 am

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