Lord Shiva is one of the three Trimurti deities of Hinduism, regarded as limitless, transcendent, unchanging, formless and transformer. The Greatest of the Gods is the one who is neither found born nor found dead and usually worshiped in the an iconic form of Lingam. Follow the link to know more about tallest Lord Shiva statues in sitting posture.
251 ft (76.5 metres)
123 ft (37.5 metres) – Uttara Kannada, Karnataka
Murdeshwar statue of Lord Shiva lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea and famous for second tallest Shiva statue in the world as well as tallestRaja Gopura of temple.
Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore – 112 ft (34 metres)
Adiyogi Shiva statue at Coimbatore is by Jaggi Vasudev, popularly known as Sadhguru and the statue is for inspiring and promoting yoga, because Lord Shiva is known as the originator of yoga hence named as Adiyogi Shiva.
108 ft (32.9 metres) – Namchi, Sikkim
Namchi in South Sikkim is located at a distance of 78 kilometres from Gangtok and famous for national geological monument, a tourist spot and pilgrimage centre with home to largest statue of Guru Rinpoche and Lord Shiva statue at Siddhesvara Dhaam.
100.1 ft (30 metres), Haridwar, Uttarakhand
Har Ki Pauri is a ghat of the Ganges in Haridwar and also the most popular landmark of the city along withLord Shiva Statue stands at a height of 30 m.
101 ft (30.8 metres)
85 ft (25.9 metres)
82 feet (25 meter)
24.68 – Statue of Meinindranaadha swami, Keeramangalam
The 81 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva is known as Meinindranaadha swami in Pudukkottai District of Tamil Nadu.
76 ft (23 metres)
Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
65.6 ft (20 metres) – Bangalore, Karnataka
Shivoham Shiva Temple in Bangalore features 65 feet tall Lord Shiva statue and a very popular spiritual destination of the city, visited by 500,000 devotees every year and number goes more during the Maha Shivratri.
61 ft (18.5 metres)
Shree Adhbhutnath Mahadev Shiva statue in Delhi is Under Construction with an height of 201 ft. India is home to some of the largest Shiva Lingam in the world as well as the tallest statues of Mahadeva Great God.