On the off chance that we talk about the highlands of Uttarakhand, it is about the Jageshwar Dham which is Shiva’s homestead as Jageshwar or Nagesh. When you get a look at the temple of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, you will have this inclination to visit them.Jageshwar is 35 km far from Almora and the way navigates through tall pine trees towards Pithoragarh and Naini.The moment you close to the town of Jageshwar, pine trees will transform into Deodar trees and the valley will be seen speaking to a look with a darker shade of green. Your journey will begin with the review of stone temples first.
The temple city of Jageshwar involves a bunch of 124 huge and little stone temples, dating ninth to thirteenth century AD, with many protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI), which incorporate Dandeshwar Temple, Chandi-ka-Temple, Jageshwar Temple, Kuber Temple, Mritunjaya Temple, Nanda Devi or Nau Durga, Nava-grah Temple, a Pyramidal holy place, and Surya Temple among which the most seasoned holy place is the ‘Mrityunjaya Temple’ and the greatest sanctum is the ‘Dandeshwar Temple’. When the focal point of Lakulish Shaivism, in the Jataganga waterway valley close to a Deodar forest beginning from Artola town on Almora–Pithoragarh highway, where two streams Nandini and Surabhi stream down the slopes in the thin valley and meet close to the holy spot.
How to Reach Jageshwar
By Rail:If you look for the closest railroad station, it is at Kathgodam, around 135 km away. It is pleasantly associated with Delhi, Howrah and Lucknow. Tickets up to Kathgodam cost around 150 rupees.
By Road: Jageshwar is only 34 km far from Almora. Other advantageous methods for transport are a few transports just as cabs. You can arrive here through Nainital as well,that is 100 km southwest of Jageshwar.
By Air: The nearest airplane terminal must be Pantnagar. It is just 150 km far from Jageshwar.From the airport, luxury buses, Volvo cars and taxis are available for your convenience.
Best Time To Visit Jageshwar
Travellers planning a trip to Jageshwar are advised to visit during the summer season between April to June as the climate remains comfortable.