Mukti-Gupteshwar Mandir is the first and so far the only man-made cave mandir dedicated to the Lord Shiva, the 13th Jyotirlingam, Mukti-Gupteshwar Mahadev.
Along with the Mahadev, there are scale model replicas of 12 other Jyotirlinga, 108 human made lingas represent the Rudra names of the Lord Shiva and 1008 fannings Lord Shiva representing his Sahastra namas. Each figuring represents a small mandir of Lord Shiva and therefore there are total of 1128 small mandirs inside the Mukti-Gupteshwar mandir which is very unque to its kind.
In the Sanctum there is a 10 metre deep 'vault' which comprises 2 million handwritten notes each saying 'Om Namah Shivaya' from devotees around the world. There is water from 81 rivers including major rivers from Australia and from five oceans, and eight precious metals. Good wishes from holy men and other dignitaries around the world have also been placed in the 'vault'.
Each morning a Brahmin priest conducts the ritual sustenance of the 13th Jyotirlingam, 12 replicas of other Jyotirlinga, 108 Rudra Shivas and 1008 Sahastra nama Lord Shivas.
There are three other mandirs besides the Mahadev's mandir. These are the Matha Mandir, Ramparivar Mandir and Lord Ganesh Mandir.
The Mukti-Gupteshwar Mandir has excellent facilities to conduct poojas, including, but not limiting to, poojas for all the 16 Sanskaras, by the experienced priests with vedic rituals . Some of the poojas, regularly conducted, are:
Annapraashan,Naamkarn Sanskar, Gand Mool Grah Niwaran , Kaal Sarp Dosh, Sacred Thread (Upnayan) sanskar, Grah Shanti Havan, Rudra Abhishek, Wedding (with or without marriage certificate), all kinds of Havan, Satya -Narayan Katha & Havan, Mundan Sanskar, Recital of Sundar Kand and various other poojas requested by the devotees.
All the above poojas require prior booking.
Panditji is available and the Mandir is open for Darshan at the following times.
Weekdays: 10am - 12pm (noon) 5pm - 7pm
Weekends and Public Holidays: 10am - 7pm
For Rudri Abhishek, Homam and other special poojas, contact the Mandir on 02 9820 3751 or 02 9824 7886 or contact Rama Misraji directly on 0422 226 724.
Mukti Gupteshwar Mandir
Weddings at Mukti-Gupteshwar Mandir
Facilities and services include:
Qualified Hindu priest (pandit) to the conduct the wedding
Registered marriage celebrant (note: a minimum of 31 days' notice is needed for the Marriage Certificate)
The exquisite garden setting of the grounds of the Mandir complex
Onsite carpark for up to 150 vehicles for guests
Pure vegetarian food catering.
Experience your marriage in an authentic Hindu way, in culture, ritual and religion. Alternatively, use the wider Mandir complex - including its beautiful gardens - for a wedding ceremony planned in your own way.
A temple has a registered marriage celebrant.
Contact the Mandir if you are planning a wedding by phoning 02 9820 3751 or 0413 139000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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