Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Shiv Temple Located on Mount Omkar, an island in the middle of the Narmada, the revered Hindu temple is a center of religious fanaticism. There are 12 Jyotirlinga temples in India and Omkareshwar is one of them.

Another temple called Mamleshwar on the south bank of the Narmada is also of great importance in Dawadash Jyotrlinga Strotra "Omkar Mamleshwaram" appears as a Jyotrlinga in Omkareshwar Mamleshwar Temple. Ancient name of Amleshwar is 'Amareshwar'.

Most visitors consider both the temples as holy Jyotrlingas and visit them. (Because these temples are not far away).

Pujas of Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga

Some of the Omkareshwar Temple Siva and Pujas are as follows:

Maha Rudrabhishek: This Abhishekam is performed by reciting Rigveda, Samveda, Yajurveda and Atharva Veda in front of the Linga.

Laghu Rudrabhishekham: Devotees believe that by doing this Pooja one can overcome problems related to health and wealth.

Narmada Aarti: Every evening Maha Aarti is held on the banks of Narmada river and it is a great sight to see.

Bhagvan Bhog: Devotees offer Naivdyam Bog to Lord Shiva every evening during this season. Buhog (food) is made from pureed cabbage, sugar and rice.

Mundan: Devotees can perform Mundan for a nominal fee.

How to reach Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga 

By Air

The nearest airport is Indore (75 km away) which is connected by regular flights from all over India. Indore has direct flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and metro cities. Almost all airlines operate in Indore.

By Train

The nearest railhead is Omkareshwar (Morthaka) Road, 12 km on the Ratlam Khandawa section of the Western Railway, this track is currently closed to traffic. It is expected to be ready for wider scale by the end of 2018.

By Road

Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is connected with Indore Khandawa and Ujjain by regular bus service.