Bhimeshwae Mahadev Tempal

Bhimeshwae Mahadev Temple is a famous and popular temple situated in the city of Bhimtal in Nainital district. This temple is situated on the banks of the Bhimtal lake. This ancient temple was built in the 17th century by King Baaz Bahadur of the Chand dynasty of Kumaon region. This famous temple is dedicated to Lord shiva. This famous temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This famous temple keeps spiritual and religious significance in this area. Accouring to mythology it is believed that, the hero of the Mahabharata, Bhim the second brother of Pandavas, came to this place during the visit of the Himalayas, the reason the name of this place was named after Bhim. This temple is visited by devotees during Shivratri festival and Shravan Maas.

Situated on the embankment of Bhimtal Lake, Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Believed to be already in existence during the visit of Pandavas while on exile, today it is often flooded with visitors.

With spectacular backdrop and peaceful surroundings, this place is a must visit.

Named after the powerful Mahabharata character Bhim, Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple is situated at Bhimtal. According to the Skandpurana, once upon a time Bheem travelled to Himalayas all by himself.

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