Tallest Statues Of Lord Shiva Around The World

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According to mythology, Shiva is worshiped in the form of a lingam. The Shiva temples always have a bigger monumental tower like Bruhadeshwara temple, Murudeshwara, Virupaksha, Rameshwaram, Nanjundeshwara, etc. There are many magnificent statues of Shiva around the world, and they just look amazing, magnificent and almighty standing tall.

Here, is the list of tallest statues of Shiva around the world…

Shiva of Murudeshwara

The temple of Murudeshwara is the biggest monumental statue, but with that, it also has the tallest statue of Shiva. The statue is situated in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. Its height is about 37m (122 ft). The statue is silver colored and ornaments are gold colored, the statue is in seated position.

Shiva of Murudeshwara

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Mangal Mahadev

The statue is located in the backdrop of beautiful and huge Himalayas and in the Ganga Talao Lake in Mauritius. Yes, this statue is in Mauritius, one of the hottest beaches. The statue stands tall at a height of 33m. The lake just looks breathtaking because of the huge and unique Shiva statue standing tall.

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Kailashnath Mahadev

Kailashnath Mahadev is situated in Nepal and people have been visiting there because of ‘The Immortal of Meluha’. The statue of Shiva is located in Kathmandu. The statue is 43m (143 ft) tall and is in the color of copper. The face of Shiva is so pleasant and looks like he is welcoming his devotees.

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A statue at Rishikesh

Rishikesh is known as one of the holiest places in India, the holy river Ganga flowing and the tall statue of Shiva is just mesmerizing. A gigantic statue of Lord Shiva seated in a Yogi posture is situated at Rishikesh. The color of the statue is pure white and is one among the most popular statues around the world.

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Kemp Fort Shiva Statue

The Shiva statue located on the outskirts of Bangalore city is noted as one of the six tallest statues. The statue is located behind the Kemp Fort. The Shiva statue is in Yogi Posture and in white marble color with a backdrop of the Himalayas and a surrounding pond, symbolic of the Mansarovar. It stands tall about 65 feet height.Kemp Fort Shiva Statue

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Lord Shiva at Haridwar

Haridwar has some very important place in the mythology. Haridwar itself means ‘gateway to Lord Vishnu (Hari)’. As you enter Haridwar from the East and South along the Rishikesh-Haridwar highway you can see the gigantic statue of Shiva about 100 feet tall. It is situated along the Ganges River banks in the Swami Vivekananda Park.Lord Shiva at Haridwar

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Dancing Statue of Shiva

You will be amazed by reading this; the dancing statue of Shiva is situated in Geneva. The dancing statue of Shiva is also called as Natraj; which is actually one of the form or avatar when the destroyer got furious over the Goddess Sati. The statue is situated at CERN, the European center of research of physics in Switzerland in 2004. It is 2m tall.Dancing Statue of Shiva

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Shivagiri

The statue of Shiva is situated in Bijapur at Shivapur on Sindagi Road. The statue is made up of cement and steel and is white in color. It is the fourth tallest statue of Shiva in the world. It is 85 feet tall. The statue is in sitting position, Yogi Posture.Shivagiri

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So, any day if you get a chance to visit these places surely go and see the beauty of the magnificent statues of Lord Shiva.

Om Namo Shivay! Shiv Ji Sada Sahaye!