Situated at a distance of 36 km from the famous city of Ukhimath, Madhyamaheshwar is an ancient shrine dedicated to Shiva; It located at the base of Chaukhamba peak in the Garhwal chain. Situated at an altitude of 3,497 m, the sanctuary is one of the Panch Kedar or the five sacred shrines of Shiva in the Himalayan chains, believed to have been built by the Pandavas. The Madhyamaheswar temple allows you to explore green alpine meadows and the snow-capped Himalayas all around.
The temple can only reach by trekking, which starts from the city of Uniana is about 19 kilometers from the sanctuary. The hike to the refuge is moderate and takes you through the lush alpine meadows on one side and dense forests on the other along with the snow-covered Himalayas adding a white background.
This thousands year old Shiva temple features a classic North Indian architectural style and one of the fourth temples to visit during a Panch Kedar pilgrimage. Other temples are Kedarnath, Rudranath, Tungnath, and Kalpeshwar. The Pandavas built this temple.
You can feel a psychic vibe once you get closer to the Madhyamaheswar temple also known as the temple of drunken God. It opens at 6 AM and closes around 9 PM so you can visit the temple in between this and seek the blessings for your well-being.
Summer Season (April to June): the weather conditions during this period remain moderate, pleasant, and extremely comfortable for visits. The global average temperature stays at 15 degrees Celsius. This time of year, is considered ideal for a sightseeing tour. You can also visit some of the main nearby tourist attractions.
Monsoon season (July to September): during this period, the region is subject to low rainfall. If you are looking to get away from city life and savor some of the breathtaking views of the hills and snowy mountain ranges visible. You will be guaranteed places for some of the most panoramic views.
Winter season (October to March): the winter months in this season are witnesses of cold and cold, and the temperature drops below freezing levels with an average temperature of 4 degrees Celsius. Snowfalls are frequent even during the winter months.
By plane: Jolly Grant airport is the closest airbase to Madhyamaheshwar. It located almost 244 km from the city, from where you can hire a taxi to Uniana. From there, the walk through the city begins. Nearest airport: Dehradun – 118 km from Madhyamaheshwar Search flights to Dehradun Indicative prices of return flights to Dehradun from the main cities of India.
By road: If you travel to Madhyamaheshwar by road, the state and private bus services are available in nearby states and cities. You can take the bus from Delhi to Uniana through Meerut- Haridwar- Rishikesh- Devprayag- Srinagar- Rudraprayag- Ukhimath from where a 21 km walk takes you to the desired destination.
By train: The closest railway station to this city is Rishikesh, 181 km from Ukhimath. Take a bus or taxi from there to Uniana and start your journey to your destination.
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