Lord Shiva is among the highly worshipped idols in the Hindu religion and lord Shiva has great importance in Hindu religion, the 12 sacred adobes of lord Shiva are considered important by the followers and the 12 sacred adobes are called jyotirlingas.
History of Lord Shiva
Hinduism is among the religion that has the most followers all over the world and mainly there are three ideals that are considered to be of great importance which is Shiva Vishnu and Brahma all three deities are also called commerce.
Among the 3, Shiva is considered to be the destroyer of evil in the world and is considered to act on extreme thoughts and feelings. He has 2 children i.e. Ganesh and Kartikeya and a wife named Parvati aka Shakti.
In India Shiva is worshipped as Shiv Linga. He has to have a bull named Nandi as a companion. There were as many as 64 Jyotirlingas in the region, but really only 12 are considered among the most important. These Jyotirlingas represent Shiva.
A jyotirlinga can be explained as an illustration of Shiva. It is a Sanskrit term that means “radiance”. According to the Hindu mythology of Shiva, there are up to 64 Jyotirlingas. These same 12 are known as Mahajyotirlingam.
The list below gives details of all 12 jyotirlingas:
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About the 5 Mahajyotirilangas
Somnath: Somnath is traditionally considered the inaugural holy place. It marks the beginning of the spiritual journey for Dwadash Jyotirlinga. This chapel has been rebuilt 16 times.
Mallikarjuna: This temple, also known as Srisaila, is located on a rocky outcrop in the Karnataka state of Rayalaseema. The monument has rich vernacular architecture and numerous works of art. In this place, Shakti Peetha, as well as Jyotirlinga, are present.
Mahakaleshwar: Ujjain is popular for its Shiv mandir. This temple is believed to be Swayambhu, one of the twelve Maha Jyotirlingas. It is also the only first one that is facing south and contains the Shri Rudra Yantra facing up on the roof of the Garbhagriha. In addition to Jyotirlinga, Shakti Peetha can be found here.
Omkareshwar: Omkareshwar is also located in the Madhya Pradesh area. It is situated on a small island in the river known as Narmada and houses the Jyotirlinga temple there at the Mahala temple.
Kedarnath: Kedarnath is recognized as the closest Jyotirlinga to Shiva’s current residence on Kailash Hillside. This shrine is also included in the most well-known Char Dham yatra of Hindus. This location is only visible once every 6 months.