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Sudh Mahadev Temple in Kashmir

Sudh Mahadev temple is located on the banks of the holy Dewak River in the district of Jammu in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in North India. It is a great pilgrimage centre for Hindu devotees. It is amidst the charming natural and an archaeological importance site.

The temple on bank of Dewak River is treated equivalent to as sacred as the Ganges. The temple is situated on the higher mountains, dense jungle filled with river cascading over boulders and rocks.

This temple is largely dedicated to Lord Shiva. In this temple, Asad Purnima festival is celebrated for three days with lot of dedication and devotion. The devotees indulge in music, singing and dancing in this temple. The figure of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are carved in black marble.

In this temple, there is an inscribed iron trident known as the “Shiva Trishul” which was used by the Lord to kill a demon. There is a good rush of devotees during all the auspicious days and religious festive days according to the Hindu calendar. All the days of Purnima and amavasya are celebrated in a grand manner in this temple.

Devotees from nook and corner of India and rest of the world visit this temple with great devotion and dedication. It is believed that a visit to this temple will heal all diseases and life will prosper with good health and wealth. Those who are facing difficulties in married life visit this temple for peace and harmony in marital life.

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