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Somnath temple darshan

Somnath Jyotir Linga Morning Aaarti

At 7.00 am mesmerizing aarti starts which takes upto 20 minutes . Instruments used here are Damroo, Shehnai, Bells, Drums, Coanches and Dholakh. You feel like dancing on the tunes.

Out of the total 12 Jyotirlingas, Somnath Temple is said to be the first.According to the Hindu Mythology no pilgrimage is complete without visiting this Temple that is build to Honour Lord Shiva.

Worship Time: 7 am to 7:20 am

Tips

  • Reach temple atleast 45 minutes before aarti to get a convenient place in mantap yo view the aarti.
  • Items such as Belts, Mobile phones, Cameras and Shoes are not allowed inside the temple.
  • Wheelchair facilities for disabled and senior citizens are available at the gate of the temple.
  • Dresses such as mini-skirts, revealing tops, shorts, etc. should be avoided.
  • There is lift inside the temple for elderly people.
Free Ticket
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Somnath Jyotir Linga Darshan

Somnath Temple is also known as the Eternal Shine. According to the Hindu Mythology no pilgrimage is complete without visiting this Temple that is build to Honour Lord Shiva. It is one of the most amazing and oldest Temples in India and it also has a mention in Rig Veda, Skandpuran, Shivpuran, and Shreemad Bhagavad Geeta. Out of the total 12 Jyotirlingas, this Temple is said to be the first.

Worship Time: 6 am to 10 pm

Tips

  • Items such as Belts, Mobile phones, Cameras and Shoes are not allowed inside the temple.
  • Wheelchair facilities for disabled and senior citizens are available at the gate of the temple.
  • Dresses such as mini-skirts, revealing tops, shorts, etc. should be avoided.
  • There is lift inside the temple for elderly people.
Free Ticket
Elder Family Couple Single
Somnath Jyotir Linga Evening Aaarti & Light and Sound Show

At 7.00 pm mesmerizing aarti starts which takes upto 20 minutes . Instruments used here are Damroo, Shehnai, Bells, Drums, Coanches and Dholakh. You feel like dancing on the tunes.

Lights Show compered by Amrish Puri which talks about the history of the Temple and the beauty of the Natraj-Natwar or Har-Hari concept of the Dieties in the Temple.

Out of the total 12 Jyotirlingas, Somnath Temple is said to be the first.According to the Hindu Mythology no pilgrimage is complete without visiting this Temple that is build to Honour Lord Shiva.

Worship Time: 7 pm to 7:20 pm Light and Sound show: 8 pm to 9 pm

### Tips

  • Tickets can be bout at Rs 25/ Persoon near temple
  • Light and sound show might get cancelled in the event of bad weather.
  • Items such as Belts, Mobile phones, Cameras and Shoes are not allowed inside the temple.
  • Wheelchair facilities for disabled and senior citizens are available at the gate of the temple.
  • Dresses such as mini-skirts, revealing tops, shorts, etc. should be avoided.
  • There is lift inside the temple for elderly people.
Free Ticket
Elder Family Couple Single
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ABOUT Somnath TEMPLE

The Somnath Jyotir Lingam Temple is situated in the western part of India at the shore of the Indian Ocean near Veraval in Gujarat state. This most sacred and very important pilgrim centre for Hindus, is also called Prabhas Teerth - the Prabhas pilgrimage place. Here it is said, that Lord Shiva ended his incarnated form and returned to his celestial abode. The temple is housing one of the oldest consecrated Jyotir Lingas mentioned in Rigveda, Skanda Purana and Mahabharata. Chandrama, the Moon worshipped Lord Shiva at Prabhas Ksetra hence the name Somnatha which literally means, Lord of Soma (the Moon). The Lord here is also called Somanathar and Someshwar. "Prabhasa" also means, "keen intelligence" **At Triveni or Bhalka Teerth**, east of the Temple of Somnath, at the confluence of three rivers and on the banks of the river Hiranya, is the spot where Lord Krishna's funeral rites were performed, after a hunter mistook him for a deer and killed him. A large bathing wharf is built here, which is called Dehotsarg. A huge memorial and a Geeta Mandir standing on a number of pillars are also built here. Close by is the very old **Surya Mandir**, the Sun Temple, which dates back to time of the original Temple of Somnath and gives a clue what the original temple looked like. There is a museum inside the Somnath Temple area and another in a street nearby, that contains relics of the old Somnath Shrines. A small museum inside the Somnath Temple area contains relics from the old Somnath shrine and a photo documentation from the excavation ground. The Prabhas Patan Museum, in the northern main street leading to the temple is interesting to visit. It displays the remaining old building parts and idols from the previous Somnath temples.