• Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple

    Trimbakeshwar Shiva Jyotirlinga is an ancient pilgrimage site in India. It is special among all the 12 Jyotirlingas. This Swayambhu temple is located at a distance of 28 km from Nashik city at the foot of Sahyadri mountain in Trimbakeshwar taluka.


    The source of the holy river Ganga Godavari is near Trimbakeshwar. There is a Kushavart shrine near the temple premises. Shri Dnyaneshwar Mauli's elder brother Shri Nivruttinath Maharaj's Samadhi is also in Trimbakeshwar. There are also many religious institutes in Trimbakeshwar which run Vedashala, Sanskrit Pathshala, Kirtan Pathshala, Pravachan Sanstha.

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    History of Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple

    Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is an ancient and historic Hindu temple in Trimbak village (Located in the Nasik district of Maharashtra) dedicated to Lord Trimbakeshwar (Supreme deity Lord Shiva). It is 28 Km far from the City of Nasik. Trimbakeshwar Temple is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva and identified as one of the divine 12 Jyotirlinga. The holy river Godavari originates near Trimbak.

    Kushavarta Kund (sacred Pond) also lies in the temple premises built by the “Shrimant Sardar Raosaheb Parnekar,” known as Fadnavis of Indore State. Shri. Nanasaheb (Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao) constructed the current Trimbakeshwar Temple.
    Temple is located at the foothill of the mountain “Bramhagiri,” where the Holy River Ganga originates (Maharashtra's longest river). The History of the Trimbakeshwar Temple is that it was built-in 1755-1786 AD by Shri. Nanasaheb Peshwa. The word “Trimbak” indicates Trinities (trideva): Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesh. The Temple is made with black stone, and it is bordered with a 20 to 25ft stone wall that gives a prosperous look. In the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple premises, Kushavarta Tirtha (holy Pond) is 400m away located. It is 21ft deep pond that was built in the year 1750. It is believed that Kushavarta is the place where the holy Ganga River remerges after disappearing at Bramhahgiri hills and thus the superior holiness of the Kushavarta Tirtha.
    It is said that many events are witnessed in the premises of this sacred place of Trimbakeshwar Shiva temple-like as Lord Rama came at Trimbakeshwar for doing Shraddha of their father Dashrath, Sage Gautama took the dip bath at Kushavarta pond (holy Pond). The Mukhya Dwar (main gate) of the Trimbakeshwar Temple leads us to the visit queue, splitting into 6-7 lines for devotees' convenience. At the beginning of the temple, a prominent Nandi (made of white marble) faces the Shiva linga. Nandi is said to be the Vahana (Vehicle) of Lord Shiva (Shankara). It is believed that if one tells his wish/ desire in the ear of Nandi, then he will convey that wish to Lord Shiva. After the Nandi temple, there is a big (spacious to meditate and worship) hall called “Sabha Mandap,” and then “Gabhara” main temple where linga is situated.

  • Authorized Panditji in Trimbakeshwar

    There are authorized purohits who have the birthright from ages to perform all pujas like Narayan Nagbali puja, Kalsarpa puja, Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Jaap, Kumbh Vivah, Tripindi Shraddha, Rudra Abhisheka Pooja etc. They have the ancient copper inscription called “Tamraptra,” which holds the authenticity for performing various Pujas. Please contact this Tamraptradhari Panditji, which means the (holder of Tamraptra) Panditji.

    Let us have a spiritual experience of Pujas done in Trimbakeshwar Temple. Yajmana who wish to have a pure connection to Lord Shiva can connect with the Purohits.

  • Divine Jyotirlinga of Trimbakeshwar

    Jyotirlinga is the sacred holy place of Lord Trimbakeshwar. The word "JYOTIRLINGA" represents the "Pillar of light” or "PrakashStambha." The divine Jyotirlinga of Trimbakeshwar is the only Jyotirlinga in India that means not only Lord Shiva (Trimbakeshwara) but also Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma.


    The structure of the actual Trimbakeshwar Shiva Linga is quite different than the other 11 jyotirlingas. There are a small thumb size three lingas (holes) instead of the "Linga" from which the holy Ganga river originates, and three lingas depict the Trinity or Trimurti (i.e., Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesha) known for the Creator, Preserver, and Destructor of the universe. All the places where Shiva appeared are known as a Pillar of Light (Jyotirlingas). It was believed that there was 64 jyotirlinga, out of which 12 jyotirlingas are considered to be Pious. 12 jyotirlinga are Somnath (Gujrat), Malikarjuna (Shrisailam in Andhra Pradesh), Mahakaleshwar (Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh), Omkareshwar (Madhya Pradesh), Kedarnath (Himalayas), Bhimashankar (Maharashtra), Vaidyanath (Jharkhand), Nageshwar (Dwarka), Rameshwaram (Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu), Grishneshwar (Aurangabad, Maharashtra).


    All the above places are the lingam which represents the beginningless and endless stambha pillar, which symbolizes Lord Shiva's nature. The Trimbakeshwar lingam has started to erode; erosion is a sign of manhood's eroding nature. The Trimbakeshwar linga is covered by a jeweled crown (crown consists of diamonds, precious stones) placed over a tridev gold mask. That jeweled crown is said to be a crown from the age of Pandavas.



    Worship Rituals at Trimbakeshwar Temple


    Trimbakeshwar temple is famous for performing several Hindu religious rituals and vidhi's. Various vidhi's are accomplished here: Kalsarpa yoga, Narayan Nagbali, mahamrityunjay mantra Jaap, Kumbh Vivah, Rudra Abhishek, etc. All the poojas are performed on a particular date (muhurta), suggested by the authentic purohits and pandits.




    Those who face various difficulties due to change in planetary position between Rahu and Ketu should do this Kalsarpa yog puja in the Trimbakeshwar temple.




    This ritual is done mainly to remove the Pitru dosha from the family. It is because of ancestral curses, which hold back the growth and prosperity of the family. As a part of this ritual, devotees have to seek the forgiveness of Nag devata.




    This ritual is performed for the same purpose to calm down the soul of the deceased in the family. Generally, the elder son of the family does this puja.




    It is the spiritual ritual that eliminates the Dosha that occurred by the Mangal planets. This is done for Manglik brides and grooms having a delay in their marriage due to the Dosha. Kumbh Vivah means Pot and wedding; combined, it is a wedding with the (earthen) Pot.



    In this Jaap Vidhi, Supreme God shiva is being worshiped. This ritual is mainly performed to get a healthy and healed life and get freed from prolonged sickness. This puja is done at Brahma muhurta in the early morning in Trimbakeshwar temple.




    The Rudra abhisheka is the ritual performed at Trimbakeshwar temple at muhurta suggested by the Guruji. as a part of this ritual, shiva linga is bathed with "Panchamrut' to seek blessings of the supreme deity Lord shiva.


    This is the list of puja's performed in the trimbakeshwar temple under Tamra Patra dhari Trimbakeshwar Guruji's guidance as only those Guruji having legal birthright to served various kind of puja in Trimbakeshwar temple premises.


    Along with the above-listed puja, there is also another puja which is performed in Shree kshetras Trimbakeshwar such as Laghu Rudra Abhishek, Maha Rudraabhisheka, Ati Rudra Abhishek, Jal Abhisheka, Maha Shivratri Pujan, Rudra chamakam Yadnya, Ekvastrisnan, Vishnubali, Solah somavar udyapan, Sarva nakshatra Shanti, Navagraha Shanti pooja, Yog Shanti pooja, Karan Shanti pooja, etc.


    You can book a Trimbakeshwar Guruji for your pooja by clicking on Guruji's respected profiles, where you will get details of the authentic Guruji's. They will guide you with all processes involved in puja.

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