The Ashtam Jyotirlingas, also known as the Eight Jyotirlingas, are considered highly sacred and significant pilgrimage sites for devotees of Lord Shiva in Hinduism.
Jyotirlingas are self-manifested lingams (symbolic representations of Lord Shiva) that are believed to radiate divine light.
The eight Jyotirlingas are:
These Jyotirlingas hold immense religious and spiritual significance and attract millions of devotees each year.
Pilgrimage to these sacred sites is believed to grant blessings, spiritual growth, and liberation.
Devotees worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva at these Jyotirlingas, seeking his divine grace and blessings.