Spirituality at Shivoham Shiva Temple

Spirituality is the heart and soul of Shivoham Shiva Temple. Located in Old Airport Road, Bangalore, India, it is one most sought out spiritual destination. The Shiva temple, was inaugurated by Sri Shankaracharya of Shringeri, on February 26, 1995, on the auspicious day of Maha Shivaratri. The temple is spreading the power of faith and spirituality to millions across religions, cultures and creeds for the last 20 years. The Shivoham Shiva temple, is not like any other Shiva temple in the world. It is unique, magnificent, a temple of spiritual awakening, a temple of faith, where dreams come true!

Spiritual awakening at ShivohamShiva Temple!

Spiritual activities at the Shiva temple!

Vignaharan Thread

Lord Ganesha is fondly referred to as ‘Vighnaharan Ganpathi’ or ‘the remover of obstacles’ by his devotees. When devotees come to pray at to the 32-feet-tall Lord Ganesha at the Shiva temple, they tie a thread near the idol. While tying the saffron-colour holy thread, devotees share their problems with the Ganesha, with the belief that he will take care of their problems and resolve them. Amazingly, miracles have happened at the Shiva Mandir, where Ganesha’s blessings have actually made the problems disappear for many devotees.

Miracle Coin

Faith has magical power, it makes all dreams come true. At Shivoham Shiv Temple, devotees experience this magic. They pick up the special coin called “Miracle Coin” or the “Coin of Wish” at the temple. With this coin in their hands, devotees stand atop the “Miracle Spot” and chant “Om Namah Shivaya” seven times and then drop the coin in the holy “Manas Sarovar Pond”. This strong form of prayer works wonders when performed with true devotion and dedication.


The Shivoham Shiva Mandir has a Diya spot from where devotees light a diya which symbolizes life and float it in the holy “Manas Sarovar Pond” and accepting the will of God. “Deena Bandhu Deena Nath, Meri Dori Tere Haath”, meaning Lord you are everything and my life’s thread is in your hands. The devotees, pray to Lord Shiva and let God take charge of their life.

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