The pilgrimage holiday lies in the Kumaon hills, at an elevation of around 2286 m above seal level. Mukteshwar is both a popular a town and a holy destination in the Nainital district of the Uttarakhand state. It's not only the spirituality that attracts tourists to the town. The scene beauty of the town is also worth exploring and soaking up. Wonderful panoramic views of the Himalayan ranges can just take your breathe away. If you're planning a tour to Mukteshwar, you can never miss the following tourist attractions.
One of the holiest tourist attractions in Mukteshwar town is Mukteshwar temple. This shrine has been the pilgrimage point for the legends of the Hindu religion. It is the holy shrine which gave the name to this area Mukteshwar. There is a sacred shivling and many deities are installed here to optimize its beauty. People can reach this place by an interesting way of trekking and climbing the stone stairs.
The place is also popularly known by the name of Chauli Ki Jali. It is an old and has the historical importance as well. Chauli Ki Jali is adjacent to the Mukteshwar temple. Mythologically it is believed that a demon and a Goddess had a fight together. The site attracts numbers of pilgrims, rishies, munies and tourist. It will be an interesting place for tourists. The local inhabitants pay extreme respect to the temple.
The Brahmeswara Temple is sited at a distance of 1 kilo meter from the main road. as it is conceived that the construction of the shrine was happened in 1050. The shrine is popularly famous among the tourist for its ultimate well tailored sculptures. The place is frequently visited by the followers and devotees. The beautiful stone carvings also attract the minds of the people a lot.
The name of the temple is a derivation of the Rajarani shrine, and well popular by this name as well. The aesthetically designed stones of the temple also make it so attractive in the eyes. The establishment of the dome was occurred in the 11th century. The carvings on the stones of the pilgrimage represent the Rajarani as well. Many female postures also look really impressive.
Ramgarh is a hamlet located 17 kilo meter away from the site. The British had used the place as their camp, elevating at an altitude of 4, 590 ft above the sea level. Ramgarh is parted into two areas by the name of Malla Ramgarh and Talla Ramgarh. The main things that attract the tourist here are apple, apricot and peach orchards. Well renowned writers like Rabindranath Tagore, Narayan Swami, Padma Vibhushan hav also been from this place. Tourist also comes here to see the lirary which is dedicated to poetess and painter Mahadevi Verma.
In Mukteshwar one can also visit the Shiva temple which is also famous as Mukteshwar Dham. The temple is located at a height of 7000 ft above the sea level. It is deemed to be considered that the Shiva temple is about of 350 years old. Lord Shiva is the God of destruction, whom the shrine is dedicated to. Not only Shiva but Parvati and her son Ganesha also be prayed by the devotees.