Best Things To Do in Omkareshwar, India

Whether you're visiting Omkareshwar for a few days or are a localite, Omkareshwar is sure to have something new for you. Explore our guide that tells you about the best tourist places to visit and things to do in Omkareshwar. This guide will give you an idea about the popular attractions, upcoming tourist spots, and off-beat things to do in Omkareshwar. This makes it easy to plan weekends or long vacations in Omkareshwar. We have compiled this cool stuff to do in Omkareshwar keeping in mind the points of interest for families, groups, and romantic couples. Looking at the activities for adventure junkies in Omkareshwar listed here will get the blood rushing and adrenaline pumping through your veins.

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Tourist Attractions in Omkareshwar

Here is the list of things to do in Omkareshwar and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Omkareshwar Temple

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Architecture

    The Omkareshwar Temple is one of the most important and revered Hindu Temples in India and one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva. The temple is located on a small island called Mandhata, on the Narmada River, that resembles the shape of the ‘Aum’ symbol that is considered to be very sacred for Hindus. Devotees from all over India, and even the globe, come to Omkareshwar to...Read more
  2. Mamleshwar Temple

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Architecture

    The Mamleshwar Mahadev temple, also known as Amareshwar (eternal) temple is said to be the oldest temple in the area. Though the temple is small, yet is famed for its marvelous architectural work. Usually devotees, who visit the Omkareshwar temple, also make it a point to pay the Mamleshwar temple a visit too. There are various ancient inscriptions on the wall of the temple, dating back to hund...Read more
  3. Omkareshwar Parikrama

    Tags: Religious Site

    One of the best ways to do Omkareshwar sightseeing, comprehend the spiritual importance and witness the beauty of this religious city is through the means of the Omkareshwar Parikrama. Parikrama basically means a circumambulation around objects of religious importance, which are sources of positive energy, to maximize this energy and energize the soul and aura of the human body according to Hin...Read more
  4. Ahilya Ghat

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Water Body

    Maheshwar is also a temple town, that is located close to Omkareshwar and is only a short distance away. Though there are many sights worth a visit in Maneshwar, one of the most important attractions is the Ahilya Ghat. There are almost 28 ghats in Maheshwar, but Ahilya Ghat is very prestigious as it is one of the royal Ghats that was built in front of the Ahilya Fort and Temple and is named af...Read more
  5. Siddhanath Temple

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Architecture

    The Siddhanath Temple is architecturally one of the most visually stunning monuments in the whole of Omkareshwar and is a protected ancient structure. The whole temple has been built on a plateau on the island of Mandhata and is the perfect example of ancient Indian ingenuity and architectural prowess. The temples suffered major damage during the attack by Mahmud of Ghazni but survived from bei...Read more
  6. Gauri Somnath Temple

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple

    The Gauri Somnath Temple is very well known for its huge Shivlinga and statue of Nandi the bull. The lingam or shivlinga is almost six feet tall and made of a black stone with a shiny black texture and has the Nandi statue placed outside in the sanctum sanctorum. The whole structure of the temple resembles that of a star and has a surreal vibe associated with it. Legend says that the temple lin...Read more
  7. Kajal Rani Cave

    Tags: Religious Site, Cave, Picnic Spot

    The Kajal Rani Cave is located a short distance away from the main Omkareshwar Temple area and is a magnificent attraction, worth checking out, thanks to its expansive terrain and scenic landscape. After a long day of spirituality and religious excursion, a visit to the caves is a great change. Activities like exploration, picnic lunch and photography can be enjoyed with friends and family here...Read more
  8. Satmatrika Temple

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple

    The Satmarika Temple is basically a group of different temples dedicated to seven goddesses – Maheshwari, Varahi, Brahmi, Indrani, Narasimhi, Koumari and Chamunda. The temple was built in the Nagara style of architecture and dates back to the 10th century. It was built at this very spot as the confluence of Kaveri and Narmada River was deemed to be a very holy sport and the temple would b...Read more
  9. Rin Mukteshwar Mahadev Mandir

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple

    One of Madhya Pradhes Tourism’s gems, the Rin Mukteshwar Mahadev Mandir attracts thousands of devotees from all over India as the temple is famous for helping the pilgrim in absolving himself/herself from all the debts that were left unpaid in the previous or present birth. According to Hindu tradition the devotee will be able to attain mukti (peace) once he visits and takes part in the c...Read more
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    MAHIPAL SHEKHAWAT

    One of the nine Jyotirling in India. You will have to rent a boat here for visiting the temple. After visiting ths please you will definitely very much religious. There is a som...

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    Rajeev Ranjan

    I had booked AC deluxe room. The room was quite big and had attached balcony. Room was very neat & clean and view from the room was mesmerizing. Food taste and quantity was awes...

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