There are many pagodas of Shiva in every city and village, most of which have their own distinct archaeological and mythological significance. Apart from the twelve Jyotirlingas in the Puranas, there is also a mention of the holy places of Shiva. There are many stories associated with each place and it also has astronomical significance. A large number of peaks and ranges in the Great Himalayas are named after Lord Shiva, the Lord of Mountains and his consort goddess Parvati. Mt. Shivaling, Trishul, Nanda Devi are a few of the very well-known mountains named after Shiva and his family. The most famed and holiest mountain among all these is Mount Kailash (6,714 metres), and on top is the heavenly abode of Lord Shiva, who shares this lofty peak with his consort goddess Parvati.
Let us know which are the main places of Lord Shiva
Are you Made for each other? Know from the Best Astrologers, Call now.