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Achaleshwar Mahadev- Shivling That Changes Colour Thrice A Day


Achaleshwar Mahadev- Shivling That Changes Colour Thrice A Day

Located in the Dholpur district of Rajasthan is a miraculous Shivling which changes its colour three times in a day. Known as Achaleshwar Mahadev, this Shivling is red in the morning; it changes colour to saffron in the afternoon and becomes wheatish in the evening.

Why it changes its colour is a mystery that hasn’t been unraveled yet. Nobody even has an idea how deep the roots of this Shivling are. It is said that once a few devotees dug the surrounding area in order to find out its depth but they were unable to reach the other end. 

Though this temple is quite popular but since it is situated in the remote area of Chambal, which makes it a bit difficult to access, a lot of people are not able to pay a visit to Achaleshwar Mahadev. It is believed to be about 1000 years old and the Shivling is carved out of an old rock. It is said that Achaleshwar Mahadev grants the wishes of every devotee especially young girls and boys who come to pray for success in their career, job and marriage.

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