Top 5 Deep Jyoti Stambh of Hindu Temples in India

Deep Jyoti Stambh are a unique piece of Hindu architectural structure outside the temple compound to be illuminated with Diyas. Some famous and unique Deep Stambh in India are Hinglajgarh Tirtham Mandsaur,Mahalsa Temple Ponda,Chamunda maa temple Dewas and Lord Khandoba Jejuri temple.

Harsidhhi Temple, Ujjain

Harshidhhi Mata Temple also known as Harshal Mata Temple is one of the fifty Shakti peethas. The temple is built by Vikramaditya and counted as one of the major tourist attraction of Ujjain along with Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga.

Hinglajgarh Tirtham, Mandsaur

Hinglajgarh is an ancient fort situated near a village in Mandsaur district and famous for many artistic sculptures and ancient statues. A Deep Jyoti Stambh known as Hinglajgarh Tirtham is situated inside the complex of Hinglaj Mata temple and Shiva Temple.

Shanta Durga Temple, Goa

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Shri Shantadurga Temple is a large temple dedicated to Shree Shantadurga Devi at the foothill of Kavalem village in Ponda,Goa. The Deepa Stambha of the Shantadurga temple is one of the tallest Deep Stambha in India.

Tekari Temple, Dewas

The great temple of Dewas also known as Tekri Mandir on a hill is dedicated to Goddess Chamunda Mata and Tulja Bhavani Mata. Mata mandir of Dewas has collection of old sculptures and offers a great view of the city.

Khandoba Temple, Jejuri

Jejuri is situated 48 km from Pune in Maharashtra State and famous for the main temple of Lord Khandoba. The temple is dedicated Khandoba is regarded as the God of Jejuri.