Siddheshwara Dham

#3 of 5 things to do in South sikkim

Siddheshwara Dham is a pilgrimage site for Hindus located at the top of Solophuk hill and at a distance of around 5 km from Namchi. Within the periphery of the dham, there are replicas of the highly popular Hindu temples and pilgrimage sites known as the Char Dham, which includes Rameshwaram, Bdrinath, Dwarka, Jagannath Puri etc. It has a huge statue of Lord Shiva, which is 108 feet long, and 6.5 feet long statue of Lord Kirateshwar and also has the replicas of twelve Jyortirlingas. The place was built by the Sikkim Government. The place is thronged with tourists, both from India as well as overseas.

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Siddheshwara Dham  tourism
Siddheshwara Dham  tourism
Siddheshwara Dham  tourism