World's first 'Om' Shaped Temple to be inaugurated today in Rajasthan's Pali district

The temple has 1008 idols of Lord Shiva which includes 12 Jyotirlingas.

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India is country of devotion and different cultures. It's impossible to find a traveler who has visited India and can say he/she has seen everything. The amazing country has its roots of Hinduism which is also the world's oldest religions with more than 900 million followers worldwide. 

As we all that last month Ayodhya Ram Mandir was inaugurated and now in Gyan Vapi, puja rituals has been started. Similarly, another good news is on the way, yes we are talking about the world's first "OM" Shaped Temple, which is going to be inaugurated today. 

Over 1000 idols of Lord Mahadev to be installed

The temple has 1008 idols of Lord Shiva which includes 12 Jyotirlingas. The temple 135 feet long supported by 1200 pillars ad has 108 rooms and the tomb of Guru Madhavanand Ji is built in the centre of the premises.

About OM shaped Temple

This OM Shaped Temple is known as OM Shiv Mandir and this temple is situated in Jaddan village, Pali district, Rajasthan. It is built in 270 acres and the foundation of this temple was laid in the year 1995. Now it is in final stages of construction. 
The Om-shaped Shiva temple is divided into four sections. One entire section is built underground while the remaining three sections are above ground. This four-sorey building will also have schools and colleges. The temple has been constructed by the Vishwadeep Gurukul Trust.