Omkareshwar Madhya Pradesh around 77 km away from Indore. The name Omkareshwar comes from the word “OM” which is pious in Hinduism. Some of the places near Omkareshwar Temple that one can visit are:is present in the state of
The other half of the Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is present here. Also, the Linga itself is popular as Amareshwar. The temple is small with a hall and sanctum. The Linga Abhishekam can be performed by the devotees themselves. The temple is comparatively less crowded than its counterpart Omakareshwar.
It is located 6 km away from the Omkareshwar temple. This temple is in honour of the seven goddesses who helped the great Shakti Devi in fighting with demons. The names of the seven goddesses worshiped here in order are Brahmani, Vaishnavi, Maheshvari, Indrani, Kaumari, Varahi, Chamunda as well as Narasimhi.
Sri Siddeshwar Temple or the Siddhnath Barahdwari
This marvelously protected temple is located on the plateau. The central shrine has four entrances and sabha mandaps. Moreover, all the four sabha mandaps contain 18 pillars, each of 14 inches height.
Gauri Somnath Temple
One can visit this temple during the Parikrama around the Parikrama Path. Pilgrims have to climb 270 steps to reach the sanctum. ThLingam of Lord Shiva is 6 feet high made in shining black stone. Equally fascinating is a huge Nandi statue in front of the sanctum made of the same black stone. According to legend, a person can also see what he would become in his/her next birth.
Sri Annapurna Temple
The Annapurna Temple Trust of Indore has raised a complex around an ancient Annapurna temple. A Sarva Mangala temple is also there inside the complex for the three Goddesses Laxmi, Parvati, and Saraswati. A 35 feet tall statue of Lord Krishna is the main attraction here. This makes it very popular among the places near Omkareshwar Temple.
This path is 7 km long and goes around the Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga. Pilgrims can visit several temples and historical places during this journey. Some of the temples visited are Gauri Somnath Temple, Omkar Temple, Patali Hanuman Mandir, Shri ram Mandir as well as Rin Mukhteshwar Mahadev.