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Divine PLace....

Big temple for Lord Muniswarar or Lord Shiva. Well maintained. Neat and Clean place. Easily... read more

Reviewed yesterday
NIL_MODI
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Mehsana, India
Oldest temple

Muniswarar Temple is a wonderfully shrine which has been dedicated to Lord Muniswarar. Considered... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2017
akhilchandu
via mobile
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“Divine PLace....”
21 Aug 2017
“Oldest temple”
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In Main City, Ooty (Udhagamandalam), India
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Reviewed yesterday

Big temple for Lord Muniswarar or Lord Shiva. Well maintained. Neat and Clean place. Easily accessible. It is a wonderfully shrine.

Thank NIL_MODI
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

Muniswarar Temple is a wonderfully shrine which has been dedicated to Lord Muniswarar. Considered to be a form of Lord Shiva, Muniswarar is an important Hindu deity. People belonging to the Hindu community pay their respect at this place on different occasions. Various temples are...More

Thank akhilchandu
Reviewed 18 May 2017

this is ancient lord shiva temple in ooty.this place is calm and peaceful.i spent more than one hour here.

Thank raja p
Reviewed 8 September 2016

It’s a very calm and holy place to spend some time during your visit. Muniswarar Temple is an ancient shrine in a form of Lord Shiva, Muniswarar. visiting this temple and take blessings.

Thank preeti2015
Reviewed 11 August 2016

Muniswarar Temple is an ancient shrine which has been dedicated to a form of Lord Shiva, Muniswarar. It’s a very calm and serene place to spend some time during your visit. One gets to feel the almighty’s presence on visiting this temple. God bless!

Thank harleen_sethi
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