Situated in UP and dedicated to Lord Vishnu this holy place of Hindu pilgrimage and worship is one of the most important Divya desams among the rest of the 108 temples. It is believed that sage Narada had set out on a lookout for the best water body or Tirtha in the three worlds. After having covered Kailash Mansarovar – home of Lord Shiva and Parkadal – home of Lord Vishnu the sage then reached a water body located inside the forest of Naimisha making this water body an important part of the Hindu mythology as well as its culture and faith.
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A. Naimisharanya is located at the junction of 2 roads from sitapur and khairabad. It is 32 kms from sitapur, 45 kms north of Lucknow and 45 kms from sandila railway station.
Q.What is the importance of naimisharanya?
A. The town is known for being incredibly rich in hindu mythological references. It is also known as the place where lord vishnu’s chakra had stopped after chopping up Sati’s body that ended up creating the 52 shaktipeeths across india.
Q.How to reach naimisharanya?
A. The closest railway station to naimisharanya is sitapur railway station the other one being in lucknow. Both these stations are very well connected to various cities and towns all over india. Tourists either take a bus or a taxi service to reach naimisharanya temple.
Q.How far is naimisharanya from varanasi?
A. The road distance between Varanasi and Naimisharanya is 373 kms.
Q.What are the darshan timings for naimisharanya temple?
A. The temple remains open from 6 am to 8 pm for darshan.