• Mukteshwar Temple (7th-8th century ad)

    One of the most famous attractions of this place is the Shiva Temple, known as Mukteshwar Dham, after which the entire region was named Mukteshwar. A 350-year-old temple, it is situated at the highest point in Mukteshwar. The temple consists of a beautiful white marble Shiva lingam.

    Mukteshwar Temple is considered as one of the sacred religious place to visit and is dedicated to the main deity Lord Shiva. Situated at the hill top, the temple has a white marble Shivling with a copper yoni. The Shivling is surrounded by idols of Brahma, Vishnu, Parvati, Hanuman, Ganesh and nandi. The temple can be reached by climbing a series of winding and steep stone stairs.

  • The Rajarani Temple (1100 ad)

    It derives its name from the stone known as the Rajarani. The temple is set in a garden and creates a dramatic image against the setting sun. Set amongst picturesque paddy fields, the relatively small Rajarani temple is noted for its fascinating female figures portrayed in a stunning variety of amorous poses and moods.
  • Brahmeswara Temple (1050 ad)

    It is situated around a kilometer east of the main road. The temple is notable for its very finely-detailed sculptures. The temple stands in a courtyard flanked by four smaller temples.
  • Chauli Jali

    Chauli Jali is is beautiful and exciting with a straight drop of about 2000 ft. It is believed that if a childless woman touches the Jali, she is bound to be blessed with a child. Another attraction is a 75-year old church. Right below the "Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple" lies the famous "Chauli ki Jali" standing on steep edged rock forming a round hollow. It is said if anybody passes safely from the "Chauli ki Jali" is blessed by Lord Shiva and all his prayer are answered by the almighty. It is also believed that in olden times pilgrims going to "Kailash Mansarovar" used to surrender themselves to the almighty. "Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple". It's an ideal place to experience spiritual peace and tranquility. A place, which is a symbol of faith, trust and worship.
  • Renewable Park

    There is also a 'Renewable Park' managed by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). Recently, the town is flooded with some construction activity in and around Mukteshwar. Tourist are also buying houses here to escape cities hustle bustle.
  • The View of Himalayas

    Magnificent view of Himalaya is a great tourist attraction in Mukteshwar as it affords a magical view of the Himalayas.
  • Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow

    The PWD inspection Bungalow in Mukteshwar is an architectural wonder. It is situated close to the Mukteshwar temple and is a landmark in the town. The bungalow has lush green surroundings and beautiful views which makes it a must-see in the hill station. In fact, it is the perfect place to stay in Mukteshwar if you are halting for a couple of days. Blessed with amazing natural beauty and beautiful architecture, the bungalow has a unique charm.
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