Welcome to Omkareshwar

Omkareshvar (Omkareswar) is located on Mandhata Island 2 km long and 1 km wide, at the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Kaveri 77 km. south of Indore. Omkareshvar gets its name from the fact that when viewed from the air, the island resembles the sacred symbol OM. Omkareshvar is a pilgrimage place - here is located one of the jyotirlingams and on the island itself all the temples are dedicated to Shiva.

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Information About Omkareshwar

Omkareshwar temple in Mandhata is located on an pranva shaped island at Narmada. Amareshwar temple is located on the south coast. Both the temples are described as equal status. Both of these Shivalinga’s are considered as Jyotirlingas. 75 kms from Khandwa on Indore-Khandwa Highway. This is a very ancient holy place for Hindus. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Omkareshwar and Sidhdhawar kut of Jain are located in this place. Millions of devotees of both religion and foreigners visits the place every year. The cave of Govind ji, the Guru of Adiguru Shankaracharya, rui...

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In the medieval period Mandhata Omkareshwar was ruled by the aboriginal Bhil chieftains under the suzerainty of the Parmar’s of Dhar, the sultans of Malwa , the Scindia of Gwalior , who in turn handed over Mandhata to the British in 1824. The las

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