Lord Shiva Lists Shiva’s 68 Powerful Temples His Names

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Lord Shiva lists His Powerful Temples(68) to Parvati, His Consort’ in Skanda Purana.

  1. Kasi (Vishwanath),
  2. Prayag (Maheswar),
  3. Naimisharanya (Deva Deva),
  4. Gaya Prapitamaha (Brahma),
  5. Kurukshetra (Sthanu),
  6. Prabhas (Shashishekhara),
  7. Pushkar (Ajagandhi),
  8. Visweshwara (Vishwa),
  9. Attahaas (Mahanaad),
  10. Mahendra (Mahavrat),
  11. Ujjain (Mahaakaal),
  12. Marukot (Mahotkat),
  13. Shankhakarna( Maha Teja),
  14. Gokarna ( Mahabal),
  15. Rudrakoti ( Maha Yoga),
  16. Sthaleswar (Mahalinga),
  17. Harshit (Harsha),
  18. Vrishabhadwaj ( Vrishabha),
  19. Kedar (Ishaana),
  20. Madhyamakeshwar (Sharva),
  21. Suparna (Sahasraankshu),
  22. Kartikeswara (Susukshma),
  23. Vastrapath (Bhav),
  24. Kanakhal (Ugra),
  25. Bhadrakarna (Siva),
  26. Dandak (Dandin),
  27. Tridanda (Urthvaretha),
  28. Kurujangal  (Chandisha),
  29. Ekamra (Krittivasa),
  30. Chhagleya (Kapardi),
  31. Kaalinjar (Neelakantha),
  32. Mandaleswar (Sri Kantha),
  33. Kashmir (Vijaya),
  34. Marudeswar (Jayanta),
  35. Harischandra (Hara),
  36. Puraschandra (Shankar),
  37. Vameswar (Jati),
  38. Kukkuteswar (Sowmya),
  39. Bhasmagatra ( Bhuteswar),
  40. Amarakanthak (Omkara),
  41. Trisandhya (Trayambak),
  42. Viraja (Trilochan),
  43. Omkareswar ( Deepta),
  44. Pashupatinath in Nepal (Pashupati),
  45. Dushkarna (Yamalinga),
  46. Karaveera (Kapali),
  47. Jaleswar (Trisuli),
  48. Sri Shaila (Tripurantak),
  49. Ayodhya      (Nageshwar),
  50. Patala (Haatakeswar),
  51. Kaarohan (Nakuleesha),
  52. Devika (Umapati),
  53. Bhairav  (Bhairavakar),
  54. Purvasaagar (Amar),
  55. Saptagodavari Tirtha (Bhim),
  56. Nirmaleswar (Shambhu),
  57. Karnikar (Ganadhyaksha),
  58. Kailasa ( Ganadhipa),
  59. Gangadwar (Himasthaan),
  60. Jala Linga (Jalapriya),
  61. Badabaagni (Anala),
  62. Badarikashwar (Bhima),
  63. Sreshthasthan (Kotiswar),
  64. Vindhyachal (Varaha),
  65. Hemakuntha (Virupaaksha ),
  66. Gandhamaadan ( Bhurbhuva),
  67. Lingeswar ( Varada) and
  68. Lanka ( Naraantak)

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