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Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga is a form of Lord Shiva depicted on the Srisailam mountain, situated on the banks of the Krishna river in the Nandyala district of Andhra Pradesh. Commonly known as Mallikarjuna Swamy.
The Somnath temple, which houses this Jyotirlinga, is located in Saurashtra, Gujarat. It has been repeatedly damaged during foreign invasions.
This Jyotirlinga is unique among the 12 as it is the only one facing south. It is situated in the historical region of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh.
Lord Shiva is worshiped as Omkareshwar at a temple located in the small town of Omeshwar in Madhya Pradesh's Khandwa district. The temple sits on the banks of the Narmada River and is easily accessible by train and plane.
Located on the Kedar Mountains in Uttarakhand, this Jyotirlinga is the tallest among the Dvadasha Jyotirlingas, standing at an altitude of 3,584 meters.
In Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Lord Shiva is worshipped as Kashi Vishwanath and is a popular destination for millions of devotees who visit the temple each year. The site is easily accessible by train and plane
The Rameshwara Jyotirlinga, believed to have been consecrated by Lord Rama himself, is situated in Ramanatham, Tamil Nadu. The town of Rameswaram, where the temple is located, is easily accessible by direct train.
The Tryambakeswara Jyotirlinga is situated near the source of the Godavari river in the Nashik district of Maharashtra. The temple is located near the Brahmagiri mountain, adding to its natural splendor and spiritual significance.
Located in Deoghar, Santhal Pargana, Jharkhand, the Jyotirlinga is known as Chitrabhoomi and features a unique lingam that is situated within the earth.
The Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga is enshrined in the Sahyadri mountains in the Pune district of Maharashtra. Visitors to the site must navigate winding roads that cut through dense mountain forests
Another of the Jyotirlingas is located in Gujarat's Baroda region, situated just 15 km from the Dwarka railway station.
The Jyotirlinga is in Shambhajinagar district, Maharashtra, where the famous Ellora Caves are also located. It can be reached by train to Ellora and then by road.