Keleshwar Mahadev Temple Udaipur - Bholenath Mandir near Waterfall

Keleshwar Mahadev Temple Udaipur - Bholenath Mandir near Waterfall, it tells about Keleshwar Mahadev Temple and its beautiful waterfall near Udaipur.

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Bholenath resides at such remote places that on going there, along with his darshan, tourism also happens automatically. Most of the places of Bholenath are confluence of faith and tourism.

Today, we will see such a confluence of faith and tourism, where along with the darshan of Bholenath enshrined since ancient times, there will also be a chance to see the natural beauty of the forest.

There are also three flowing waterfalls here, one of which is flowing from a height of about 150 feet. Apart from this, one has to cross two valleys on the way to come here, due to which the fun increases further.

So today we visit one such temple of Mahadev situated inside the forest amidst the mountains where water flowing in the form of a spring along with dense greenery adds to its beauty. So let's get started.

Visit and specialty of Keleshwar Mahadev Temple

Due to being located in the middle of the mountains, the road built to reach this temple of Mahadev is crooked or spiral. Traveling on this road has its own fun.

One has to cross two dangerous gorges to reach the temple. There is a wild forest all around these valleys. On the way, with bamboo forest on both sides of the road, dense trees are visible everywhere.

To reach the temple, one has to go three to four kilometers through a rough and rocky road. One feels relaxed after reaching the temple as there is deep peace here.

Here you do not hear any kind of noise except for the sound of the leaves of the trees and only the sound of the water of the waterfall.

Bholenath's temple is built in front on the bank of a rainy drain. This temple is considered very ancient. Sakshat Bholenath is sitting inside the temple in the form of Shivling.

Bhairav Baba's place is built near the temple. On the back side of the temple, there is a residence for the saints living here.

The water falling in the form of a spring in front of the temple in the rainy season flows in the form of a drain next to the temple and goes further into the Mansi Wakal Dam.

It is said that once upon a time this area was full of banana trees, due to which this temple of Mahadev is known as Keleshwar Mahadev.

Keleshwar Mahadev Waterfall

Total three waterfalls flow in Keleshwar Mahadev. These three waterfalls are formed by falling of the same waterfall at different places. The biggest attraction in these three waterfalls is the waterfall falling from the highest height.

The first waterfall is just in front of the temple. This waterfall does not fall from a great height but it also looks quite beautiful.

The water filled in front of the waterfall is so clean that fishes are also born in it. Many people take a bath in this spring and visit Bholenath.

To see the remaining two waterfalls, we have to climb up the mountain from the side of the stream. Upstairs is a completely deserted road. The second waterfall is visible on going down on the right side after going a little further up.

One has to go a little further to reach the third waterfall. All our tiredness vanishes when we reach near the waterfall.

The water falling from above looks like a stream of white milk falling down from the top of the mountain. The view here looks very attractive. There is a lot of crowd around this waterfall during the rainy season.

The origin of this waterfall is the water filled in the form of anicut on top of the mountain. To reach there you have to go up the valley from near Bachhar village.

The ascent to this valley is quite curvy and dangerous. On going up, you see the anicut from where this water flows down in the form of Keleshwar waterfall.

Places to visit near Keleshwar Mahadev Temple

If we talk about sightseeing near Keleshwar Mahadev, then you can see Ubeshwar Mahadev, Chandwas Mahadev, Mansi Wakal Dam, Raita and Alsigarh hills etc.

During the rainy season, there is dense greenery in this entire area and waterfalls keep flowing at various places. Along with this, traveling aimlessly on these curvy roads is also a lot of fun.

How to reach Keleshwar Mahadev Temple?

Now let's talk about how to reach Keleshwar Mahadev Temple?

The distance of Keleshwar Mahadev Temple from Udaipur Railway Station is about 35 kms. The temple of Keleshwar Mahadev is situated at the foot of the mountains before Bachhar village.

To go here, you have to climb the valley ahead of Dhar village and go till the road where it turns towards the Ubeshwar Mahadev Temple. Here, without turning around towards the temple, go straight ahead. On the way you also see bamboo forests on both sides of the road.

After this, after going a few kilometers ahead, do not go towards Piplia Hills on the left side and go straight ahead and get down from the valley.

Further, passing through Dodawali and Surana villages, before Bachhar, take a turn on the left side near Borao Ka Kheda. Here you also see a sign board for Keleshwar Mahadev on the side of the road.

From this place, one has to go on a rough and rocky road for about three kilometers. One can easily go by bike, however there should not be much problem with the car.

One can also come here through the hills of Raita. You can reach here from Raita hills by taking a turn on the right side on Alsigarh road and after coming down the valley of Keleshwar, you can come after rain.

If you are fond of roaming in the mountains and you like to see the waterfall along with Shiv Darshan, then you must visit this place during the rainy season.

So that's all for today, hope you have liked the information given by us. Do tell your opinion by commenting.

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Keleshwar Mahadev Temple Udaipur Bholenath Mandir near Waterfall


Ramesh Sharma {M Pharm, MSc (Computer Science), PGDCA, MA (History), CHMS}

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