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Shri Omkar Mandhata Temple

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The Sri Omkar Mandhata temple is the most important temple on the island. The temple is built in the Nagara style characterized by a lofty shikhara. It is constructed of soft sandstone which allows intricate carvings on the walls and ceiling. The surrounding verandahs are as beautifully carved as the temple walls. The architecture of the temple is further enhanced by the natural beauty of the hills around the island.
 

Siddhanath Temple

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Siddhanath Temple is located on the Omkareshwar Island. It is nearby the famous Shri Omkar Nadhata Temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple houses the revered Jyotir Lingam. Siddhanath Temple was built in the early medieval Brahminic style. Its main feature is a frieze of elephants carved on a stone slab at its outer perimeter. The frieze is 15 m high. Ornately carved figures adorn the upper portion of the temple and its roof. The temple is encircled by verandahs with columns carved with circles, polygons and squares.
 

Saptamatrika Temple

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The Satmatrika Temple is located a few kilometers away from the holy island of Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh. Among many other tourist attractions and places of pilgrimage, the Satmatrika Temple is a significant one. The Satmatrika Temple is a group of temples which is located at a distance of 6 kilometers from the holy island of Omkareshwar. The temple is constructed with a unique style and draws tourists throughout the year. The Satmatrika Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The history of the Satmatrika Temple dates back to the 10th Century and this set of temples were built during this time.
 

Kajal Rani Caves

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The Kajal Rani Cave in Omkareshwar is situated around 9 kms from Omkareshwar and is one of the major tourist attractions of Omkareshwar.The Kajal Rani Cave of Omkareshwar is beautifully made cave that provide a panoramic view of broad and wide stretches of undulating lands, that continues till it mingles with the horizon.