5 Famous Temples of Ravana in India-The Demon King of Lanka

There are several temples in India where Ravana is worshipped and associated with Lord Shiva at some places. Temples related with Ravana in India are Ravana Mandir Bisrakh,Koteshwar Temple Gujarat,Vidisha Ravangram Temple and Murudeshwara Temple has Ravana Statue, Koneswaram temple of Sri Lanka is one of the most famous Ravana temple in the world.Image source:propertydirection


Ravana Mandir Bisrakh, Uttar Pradesh

Bisrakh village is situated in Greater Noida of Uttar Pradesh and believed to be birthplace of the king Ravana. A new temple dedicated to Ravana is under construction with a 42 feet Shiva Linga and a 5.5 feet statue of Ravana.

Dashanan Ravana Temple, Kanpur

On the occasion of Dussehra thousand of people worship Ravana at the Dashanan temple in Kanpur for the annual ritual. The temple is built adjacent to Lord Shiva temple in Shivala area of the city.

Jodhpur Ravan Mandir, Rajasthan

Maudgil Brahmins in Jodhpur are descendents of Ravana and building a temple dedicated to the demon king in Jodhpur. The temple premise will house a Ravana temple having idols of Ravana.

Ravangram Ravana Temple, Madhya Pradesh


The people of Ravangram village worship Ravana and here lies an ancient 10 feet idol of Ravana in a reclining position which is worshiped by all the devotees.Image Source:scoopwhoop

Kakinada Ravana Temple, Andhra Pradesh


Kakinada is a city in Andhra Pradesh and the only place in the Andhra Pradesh where Ravana was worshipped. The images of Ravana are seen associated with Lord Shiva near by huge Shivalinga in Kakinada.


  • Sneha Gupta says:

    Mandore – A place where Ravana is worshipped

    In India Ravana is looked upon as a symbol of evil, but there exist a place called Mandore where Raavan is a much celebrated figure. Mandore is a small town which is just 9km from Jodhpur city.

    Mandore is considered as the home town of Mandodari, Ravana’s wife, and hence Ravana is treated as the son-in-law among many Brahmin families in the town. There is one tall Chhatri (umbrella) in Mandore which is believed to mark the wedding spot of Ravana and Mandodari. It is also believed that many Brahmins from Ravana’s family came to Mandore with him for his marriage with Mandodari and settled here. Another account says that his descendants came here after Lanka was demolished during the war with Lord Rama.

    Raavan is the great devotee of Lord Shiva and considered as “Mahapandit”. The Mudgal and Dave Brahmins of Mandore believe that they are the descendants of Ravana and revere him for being the greatest man of all times and the father of astrology. There is even a temple in the town where they worship him like a deity. Learning astrology in this temple is considered pious among all sects of Brahmins. Followers believe that Ravana’s temple also saves people from paranormal powers, black magic and evil spirits.

    In Dussehera time, while the entire country burns effigies of Ravana on Dussehra, the temple priests and disciples observe 12-day-long death rituals after Dussehra to mourn his death.

  • Rajat Awasthi says:

    aaj hee ho ke aa raha hu mai Dhashanan temple kanpur me achha mandir hai kafee chhota hai par log aate hai maje ke Ravan ka bhee ek sabse bda mandir banna chahiye i hope greater noida me jo ban raha hai jaisa kee is airticle me likha ho kaafee bda ho vaise jisake paas sone ke lanka thee uske liye koi mandir bda ho hee nahi skta par bhakto ko pooja karane ke liye to koi sthal chahiye na

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