Experience authentic Laxmanjhula, Rishikesh on this amazing walking tour of the old town with enthusiastic story tellers.
What to look out for
Tera Manzil Temple alias Trayambakeshwar Temple Rishikesh , a thirteen storey temple, is the significant religious landmark of Rishikesh. Unlike another temple, which is sacred to a single deity, the Trimbakeshwar Temple enshrines idol of all Hindu god and goddesses. The temple was founded by Adi Guru Shankaracharya in the 12th century. Mahashivratri festival and Sawan month are the most auspicious time to pay a visit to the Trimbakeshwar Temple. From the topmost floor of the temple, one can see the emerald water of Ganges that looks calm when watched from a height.
At the home of Indian spirituality, immerse yourself with temple tours and experience devotional rituals, starting with the charming Ganga Arti at Ghat on the banks of the holy river.
Experience authentic Rishikesh on this amazing walking tour of the Trayambakeshwar Temple Rishikesh with enthusiastic story tellers.
The significance of Trayambakeshwar temple is that it is the biggest temple in Rishikesh. The main attraction is the height of the temple with 13 floors. It is famous for the beautiful idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses as well as scriptures. Trayambakeshwar temple is the place where one can worship all the deities at a single place. The temple is having various idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Unlike the other temples which are dedicated to one single God. It is located at a religiously important place near Laksham Jhula at the banks of Ganga river. A number of devotees visit this temple who come to visit Laxman Jhula- the hanging bridge.
What is inside the Trayambakeshwar Temple ?
Trayambakeshwar Temple is shaped like a pyramid. Trayambakeshwar (Lord Shiva) is housed at 13th floor (top most floor) of the building. There are dozens of small temples and some shops on the other 12 floors. The priests of those temples offer certain religious services for health & prosperity in return of a fee. You can skip all of these and can go straight to the top main temple of Trayambakeshwar.
The temple is designed in such a way that you have to cross the blessings of all small temples for darshan of one main temple. A staircase leads all the way to 13 floors of the temple.
- All guests are requested to wear comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses/sunscreen, umbrella, hats or scarf and camera if interested in photography.
- Tour involves a moderate amount of walking.
- The guests are requested to bring the following during the tour - Water bottle, camera and its accessories to you enjoy photography, sunglasses, sunscreen and umbrella (in case of rainy season or summers).
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