Someshwar Temple

Someshwar Temple

                               Someshwar Temple

Nasik is a land of temples. Various holy shrines belonging to different religions are situated here. Nasik is an abode of holiness. Several ancient temples are housed in this city. One of the oldest temples in Nasik is the Someshwar Temple. Someshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Along with Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman is also worshipped in this temple. This is one the unique features of this temple. The exuberance of this temple is divine. Someshwar Temple celebrates the Shaivism sect of Hinduism. This temple is a popular pilgrimage centre.

More about Someshwar Temple

Someshwar Temple is surrounded by natural beauty. Being housed on the river Godavari, this temple enjoys the perks of a spectacular location. Along with a divine experience at the temple one can also enjoy the scenic beauty of this place.

Visitors love to sit the idle of nature with friends and family after paying their homage to their beloved Lord Shiva.

Lord Shiva is one of the trinities. He is known as the destroyer or the renovator. Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva aren’t very majestic and grand. They simple yet sublime. Temples dedicated to him in a way reflects his personality. He is not very much influenced by worldly materialistic things and this is thus reflected in his temples as well. Someshwar Temple too is sober and simple.

Things to do in and around Someshwar Temple

Someshwar Temple gives its visitors an opportunity to enjoy a spiritual experience as well as explore nature. The riverside near this temple is one of the most sort after tourist spots in Nasik. Visitors from Nasik and Maharashtra come here to soak themselves the placid beauty of nature.

This place is thus ideal for taking pictures too. The wonderful landscapes are worth being capturing.

Sitting on the riverside after a visit from the temple is a highly spiritual experience. The entire place has a divine aura. One won’t feel bored or stressed here. The temple and its surrounding areas has the power of making one forget the ills and evils of the world. It is thus a wonderful place of peace lovers.

Weekend trips to Someshwar Temple will definitely be rejuvenating. One will get energized after a visit from Someshwar Temple and work with full zest and enthusiasm for the entire week. One can come here with friends and family and enjoy the myriad experiences that this temple has in store for each and every visitor.

The temple premises houses a boating club and a small children’s park providing recreation. Someshwar Temple gives people a number of opportunities to explore as per ones likes and dislikes. The riverbed in here is ideal for boating and swimming. Boating here is well-managed. Visitors love pedaling in the calm and serene waters of the river Godavari with their loved ones.

Swimming is one sport which is highly energizing. After a seeking blessings from Lord Shiva pilgrims take a dip the holy river Godavari. The river has a lot of spiritual and religious importance. . It is said that a dip in this river can wash off one’s sins. So, pilgrims as well as nature enthusiasts do makes sure to swim in the riverbeds here when at Someshwar Temple.

The children’s park housed in the temple is popular amongst children. They love to play here with their friends while their parents are busy with other chores.

The festival of Shivratri is celebrated with great pomp and show here. The temple is decorated beautifully. Many pilgrims visit this temple to seek Lord Shiva’s blessings. A visit to Someshwar Temple during this festival will definitely be an altogether different experience.

A Tourist’s Guide

Someshwar Temple is open on all days of the week from 6 am to 6 pm. Entry is not ticketed here. Nasik bus station is at a distance of 7 km from Someshwar Temple. Thus a visit to this temple is no big deal. Along with bus service other public transport facilities are also available here including auto, cab etc. The nearest railway station from here is Nasik Road Railway Station. It is at a distance of 18 km from here. The nearest airport is Gandhinagar International Airport which is 14 km away from Someshwar Temple. If you looking for accommodation options then Nasik is the place to go. Nasik hosts several hotels.

One must visit Someshwar Temple when in Nasik. It is one of the oldest and most revered temple in this city.

Vaagisha Singh

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