About Mamleshwar Temple
The actual name of this temple is Amreshwar Temple. It is a protected monument which exhibits the extraordinary architectural style of ancient India. Mamleshwar temple is spread over a smaller area which covers a hall and a sanctum. 22 brahmins performed the Lingarchan rituals on a daily basis in this temple since the reign of Maharani Ahilyabai.
However, now the number of Brahmins have been brought down to just 5. Around 1000 Shivalingas are planted on a wooden board to perform the daily rituals. The temple walls are adorned with the Mahimna Strotam inscriptions.
Timings: The temple remains open from 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM.
Entry Fee: There are no entry charges in the Mamleshwar Temple.
Distance: The temple is situated just at the distance of 1.9 Km from the bus stand.
Location: Mamleshwar Temple is located on the south bank of river Narmada, near Omkareshwar Temple.
Ancient Monuments in Madhya Pradesh are a gateway, a doorway to the bygone ages, and offer thrilling insights into the primitive ages through the numerous carvings and artefacts.