Muktidham is a marble temple complex honouring various Hindu gods. It is a popular tourist attraction situated in the Nashik Road suburb of the city of Nashik in the western state of Maharashtra in India. It is privately operated through a trust and was built through a generous donation by the late Mr. J.D. Chauhan-Bytco, a local industrialist.
It has replicas of 12 Jyotirlingas, which have been built as per dimension of original deities and have been sanctified by sending them to their respective pilgrimage centers. The temple is made with marble from Makrana in Rajastan, and by Rajastani sculptors. Unique to this temple are eighteen chapters of Geeta written on the walls. Apart from the replicas of all the twelve Jyotirlingas, there are also idols of all major Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Devotees prefer to visit Muktidham Temple during the period of a famous fair “Kumbh Mela”.
- Muktidham temple is situated in Nashik Road. Built by Late Shri JayramBhai Bytco, is magnificent piece of architecture, made with marble from Makran in Rajastan, and by Rajastani sculptors Official Website of Nashik District
- Krishna (2010-08-07). "Muktidham Temple is located on the suburbs of Nasik, Maharastra. A Beautiful temple that is has the marble complex was constructed by late Late Shri JayramBhai Bytco or Mr. J.D. Chauhan-Bytco and handled through his trust privately". Hindutemplesindia.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2013-09-28.
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