The Nageshwar sacred place otherwise called Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is situated on the course among Gomati Dwarka and the Bait Dwarka Island on the shoreline of Saurashtra in Gujarat. This Jyotirlinga keep exceptional criticalness as it emblematizes well-being from a wide range of toxic substance. It is suspected that the individuals who venerate at this sanctuary turn out to be free of all toxins. According to the Shiva Purana, a Shiva devotee by the name Supriya was caught by the devil Daaruka.
History of Nageshwar Jyotirlinga
As indicated by legend several years back in the Shiv Purana, about an evil spirit couple named Daruka and Daruki, after who was named Daruka Van, later known as Dwarka. Daruki was an aficionado of Parvati and was honored by her. He abused her gifts and tryranized the neighborhood people. One day he caught a Shiva aficionado called Supriya who was one of the pioneers on a vessel. The devil detained her alongside a few others at his capital Darukavana. Supriya prompted all detainees to present the Shiva mantra ‘Aum Namaha Shivayay’ to secure them. At the point when Daruka came to think about this he rushed to execute Supriya. In a split second Lord Shiva showed up as a jyothirlinga from the earth. He couldn’t execute the devil that was honored by his own better half, Parvati, yet he guaranteed Supriya that he would ensure him as a linga. The linga here in this manner came to be adored.
Design of the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
Nageshwar Jyotirlinga sanctuary is built by the fundamental climate states of the range and it delicately inclines towards the Lake of Nageshwar. There is a holding divider along the Nageshwar Lake. The establishment of the sanctuary is worked in pontoon style as the size is gigantic and there are no stone strata underneath. The entire sanctuary is worked out of RCC or Reinforced Concrete Cement that have hostile to rust compound coatings. Porbandar stone of light and permeable surface is cladded on the structure. Colossal measure of work compel was brought in from Bombay to finish the sanctuary.
How to reach Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
By street: Dwarka is on the state thruway from Jamnagar to Dwarka. Coordinate transports accessible from Jamnagar and Ahmedabad.
By rail: Dwarka is a station on the Ahmedabad-Okha expansive gage railroad line, with trains associating it to Jamnagar (137 km), Rajkot (217 km) and Ahmedabad (471 km).
Via air: Nearest air terminal is Jamnagar (137 km).