Mysterious 'Frog Temple' Where Shivling Itself Keeps Changing Its Color

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Many ancient temples in India have made their identity with some special victory, one such temple is located in the town called Oyal under Lakhimpur Kheri in the state of Uttar Pradesh, which itself changes its color, apart from this, there are also other things that make this a special temple.


Yes, indeed, the Shivling of the temple we are talking about today itself keeps on changing its color. The name of this temple is " Frog Temple ", it is a pagoda and it was built by Maharaja Baksh Singh of the Chahamana dynasty in the 11th century. At that time the entire area around this temple was a worshiper of Lord Shiva and this area was considered to belong to the Shiva sect. The architectural art of this temple is not determined by any common man, but its map was made by the then-great Tantrik Kapila according to Manduk Tantra.


Along with this, the artifacts of Shiva Sadhana are also present on the walls of this temple. The Shivling of this temple was brought from the holy river Narmada, hence the Shivling in this temple is known as " Narmadeshwar Mahadev ". This Shivling named Narmadeshwar Mahadev keeps changing its color by itself. This is the specialty of the Shivling of this temple, as well as in this temple you find the statue of Nandi not sitting like in other temples but standing. Presently this temple remains a symbol of the historical dignity of the whole area.

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