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Garhmukteshwar is a town cum village and a municipal board in Panchsheel Nagar district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Garhmukteshwar is a popular religious spot close to Delhi and is also a mini-Benares. This closest encounter with the river Ganges is only 100 km from the national capital, and on the way to Kolkata. Holy dips in the sacred Ganges River are widely celebrated on chosen occasions of the year. Garhmukteshwar has been mentioned in the Mahabharata and Bhagwat Gita and is believed to have been an ancient city of Hastinapur which was the capital city of Kauravas.Earlier the town was called "Gan-Mukteshwar" - "Gan" meaning and "Mukteshwar" meaning place of deliverance.If you are looking for car rental Garhmukteshwar let us know and we will be happy to provide you with best budgeted deals for .
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Ganga Temple - The ancient Ganga temple used to have 101 steps leading down to the river. 85 of those steps are still intact today. The temple houses an idol of Ma Ganga and has a white stone idol of Lord Brahma.
Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple - This ancient Shiva Temple is said to be built by King Shivi. Garhmukteshwar is said to have derived its name from this temple. The Shiva lingam at the temple is believed to have been established by sage Parshuram.
Nahush Koop (Nakka Kuan) - After gaining salvation King Nahush performed a Yajna and constructed a well in the premises of Mukteshwar Mahadev temple. This well is called Nahush Koop and the water in this well comes from the Ganges.
Meerabai ki Reti - Opposite the Mukteshwar temple is a sandy stretch of land called Meerabai ki Reti. Meerabai stayed here and offered prayers and also had a temple built nearby.