VARUNA-SANGAMESHWAR2-300x225, Varuna Sangameshwar Temple, Varanasi
VARUNA-SANGAMESHWAR2-300x225, Varuna Sangameshwar Temple, Varanasi

Varuna Sangameshwar Temple, Varanasi

Date built:
Deity:Varuna Sangameshwar
Architectural style:Hindu Temple architecture
Major festivals
Lord Vishnu was describing to Sage Bindu, the various forms in which the former was present in the Holy city of Kashi to bless the devotees. In his form as Adi Keshav, the Lord has installed Sangameshwar Mahaling near Varuna river.By merely worshipping Sangameshwar, the devotee is cleansed of all his sins. (Kashi Khand, Chapters 61 and 97).  It is also believed that performing Rudra Abhishek at Varuna Sangameshwar Ling is equivalent to donary (donation made for religious use) of a Cow to a deserving person.  (Godaan).

Mythologically speaking, where two holy rivers join together, the place attains spiritual importance.  Devotees can find Varuna Sangameshwar almost at the point of confluence of Holy Rivers Varuna and Ganga.


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How to Reach:

Varuna Sangameshwar is located at Adi Keshav temple at located at A-37/51, Rajghat Fort. Devotees can travel upto this place by autorickshaw or cycle rickshaw or car.

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See also  Maha Siddheshwar Temple, Varanasi

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