Omkareshwar Mandhata

Category Adventure, Historic, Natural / Scenic beauty, Religious

Omkareshwar temple in Mandhata is located on an pranva shaped (shape like “ॐ”) island at Narmada. Mamaleshwar (ancient name Amareshwar) temple is located on the south coast. Both the temples are described as equal status. Both of these Shivlingas are considered as Jyotirlingas. 75 kms from Khandwa On Indore-Khandwa Highway This is a very ancient holy place for Hindus. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Omkar-Mamaleswar and sidhdhawar kut of Jain are located in this place. Millions of devotees of both religion and foreigners visits the place every year. The cave of Govind ji, the Guru of Adiguru Shankaracharya (Philosopher of supreme theory of Advaita), ruins of the grand temple of Siddhnath, Temple of Gauri Somnath, and rinkmukteshwar Temple are situated at this place.

Tirtha Siddawarakut of Jainism is also located nearby. At this place many ancient temples of Jainism are situated, some of them have been renovated. Some images depits that this place exists since 1488 AD. The pictures are mainly describes Tirthankara Lord Shri Shantinath ji.

Photo Gallery

  • Sidhdhnath Temple, Omkareshwar
  • A view of omkareshwar dam
  • Omkareshwar Temple, Mandhata

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport Indore is about 84 KM. from Indore, Connecting road is Indore-Edlabad.

By Train

There are two rail routs, One upto Khandwa and other upto Indore. from these places taxies / buses are operational upto omkareshwar

By Road

From Khandwa 70 KM on Indore-Edlabad Road towards Indore.