Welcome to the mystical world of Lord Shiva! This Sawan, immerse yourself in divine bliss by visiting some of the most revered Shiva temples near the bustling Delhi NCR region. As the monsoon showers rejuvenate the land, these ancient temples offer the perfect setting to connect with the divine and seek blessings from the powerful deity
Shiv Mandir Gufa Wala is a temple worth visiting with your family to seek Lord Shiva’s blessings. It's close to the Preet Vihar metro station within an old cave. The temple's architecture is gorgeous and the atmosphere is incredibly spiritual.
One of the oldest and most famous temples in the city is the Gauri Shankar Temple near Chandni Chowk. This temple holds a lot of significance in Shaivism, a sub-religion of Hinduism which includes ardent devotees of Lord Shiva
This temple is in Delhi's Jamuna Bazar neighbourhood on Nigambodh Ghat. One aspect of this temple is that Lord Shiva is worshipped beneath the dome of the temple. The eldest of the five Pandava brothers, King Yudhisthir, established this temple of Lord Shiva and even performed Ashvamedha Yajna here.
Prachin Neel Chatri Mandir in Yamuna Bazaar is a Shiv temple that was supposedly established in the 'Mahabharata era'. The verdant surroundings of the temple are a great place to find solace and serenity in a spiritual environment.
Mangal Mahadev Birla Kanan Temple is another beautiful temple that you can visit in Sawan. This temple is situated in New Delhi's Rangpuri neighbourhood on Shivaji Marg.