PASUPATESHWAR

According to Kashi Khand, Chapter 61, Lord Vishnu describes various sacred ponds and deities around Manikarnika Teerth.  Towards the north of Manikarnika is the Pasupath Teerth.  Devotees should take bath in this Teerth, perform rituals for their forefathers and worship Pasupateshwar.

Pasupateshwar

Pasupateshwar

Pasupateshwar is a huge Swayambhu Ling not vertical or erect but is a protrusion and covers a large suface area. Persons worshipping Pasupateshwar are blessed with all sorts of happiness in life and they are free from all bondages.

Special importance has been given to Chaitra month, a day before Poornima. Devotees are advised to observe fast on this day.

Kashi Khand, Chapter 79 states that Lord Shiva resides in various Lings at various times.  In the twilight time, Lord Shiva resides in Pasupateshwar Ling. So worshipping Pasupateshwar at this time is very beneficial to the devotees.

LOCATION OF THE TEMPLE

The temple is located at Ck. 13/66, Pasupateshwar Galli. The locality is named after this famous Ling. People can travel upto chowk area by rickshaw and walk on foot upto this temple. This temple is a famous landmark.

TYPES OF POOJA

The temple remains open practically throughout the day. There is special Shringar on Chaitra Month, Shukla Paksha, Chaturdasi (as laid down in Kashi Khand). There is also special pooja on Rang Bhari Ekadasi (Ekadasi day before Holi festival).

POOJARIES OF THE TEMPLE

According to locals, devotees can perform pooja etc. by their own self.

Temple Details
  • A. Introduction
  • About Kashi Khand
  • Temples worshipped as Jyotirlings in Kashi
  • Kashi Yatra performed by South Indians
  • Importance of immersion of mortal remains (Asthi) in Ganga