Maheshwar is city of temples most of the temples are of lord Shiva. the most numbers of mahadev temples in maheshwar rename the city as "Gupt Kashi". Famous temples here in Maheshwar are Shri Rajrajeshwar mahadev, Kashi vishwanath, Ahilyeshwar mahadev , Jwaleshwar Mahadev, Baneshwar , kaleshwar, Saptmatrika , kadambeshwar are there. Some newly created grand temples are also there as Datt dham in sahastra dhara area.
All the year pilgrims visit temples of Maheshwar, also the peoples in circumambulation of river Narmada (PARIKRAMAWASI).
Shri Raj Rajeshwar Temple is a shivalay at present and lights 11 lamps (AKHAND DEEPAK) since many cenuries said to be for ever. The rajrajeshwar mandir is believed to be trance place of Somvanshiya Sahastrarjun Kartviry Arjun.
The birth anniversary of Sahastrabahu kartviry Arjun is a big festival in maheshwar ....Read More
Kashi Vishwanath temple in Maheshwar was said to be build by Rajmata Devi Ahilya bai Holkar in 1786. on the bank of Narmada its a holy temple in Maheshwar and one can find peace and beautiful look of river Narmada....Read More
Ahilyeshwar Mahadev mandir was made by holkars asa tribute to Ahilya bai Holkar. This temple was construccted in 34 years with a huge cast of that time about 1.5 crores rupees. and can be seen from distances.
The temple is a shivalay with great stone sculputures . Pillers have statues ....Read More
Jawleeshwar Mahadev Temple is located on the west side of the confluence of Maheshwari and Narmada river. According to the legend, this Shivalinga was manifested when Lord Shiva had killed Tripurasur Salt monster and offered his weapon at Narmada Ji at this place. Behind this temple, Kadamb forest ....Read More
Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a very ancient temple. This temple is located at the eastern coast of the confluence of Maheshwari and Narmada river. Its construction is calculated from 9th-10th century. It is known from a rock inscription that this temple was renovated during Samrat Akbar's rule in 1622 ....Read More
Kadambeshwar mahadev temple is established, inthe kadamb forest just behind Jwaleshwar temple. At this place, Jagat Guru Shankaracharya had rested and involved in categorical discussion on different thought processes of sanatan Hindu religion Pandit Mandan Mishra. This is the place where Pandit Mandan Mishra use to worship.....Read More