Sri Sringeri Shankara Math Temple at Hardwar
View of the temple at Brahmakund
The Shankara Math at Haridwar popularly known as ” Sri Sringeri Math Temple” is situated at Brahma-Kund on the Bank of river Ganga at the heart of the town, two kilometers from from the railway station.
The temple comprise of three sides housing many shrines dedicated to various deities.
On the Eastern side we have the shrines of
- Sri Gayatri Mata,
- The Navagraha Devaras
- Sri Pataleshwar Mahadev,
- Sri Dhundiraj Ganapati,
- Sri Mahakali Mata
On the Western side are the shrines of
- Sri Sathya Narayana,
- Sri Badri Narayana,
- Sri Kedarnath ,
- Sri Neelkant Mahadev and
- Sri Adi Shankaracharya.
The Northen side houses the shirines of
- Sri Kalabhirava and
- Sri Anjaneya.
Pilgrims generally take a dip in the holy water of Ganga at Brahma Kunda and have darshana of all there temples of the Sri Math. The temple complex is around 250 years old. The structure is entirely built from square cut stone and gara lime and no cement or iron is used in its construction.
Sri Sringeri Shankara Math Dharmashala
The Sri Math at Hardwar also runs a Dharmashala (Chattram) for the purpose of providing accommodation to pilgrims, know as ” sri Sringeri Math Dharmashala”. It is located at a distance of 300 yards from the aforementioned Sringeri Math temple at Brahmakund. The building was inaugrated in 1968 and since then has been serving pilgrims who visits Haridwar.
Contact Address :
Sri Sringeri Math,
Bhima Goda Road, Ganga Dwar,
Near Raily Tunnel,