Constructed During : Kalachuri Empire (550 ce– 620 ce)
Entry Fee : Free
Situated on the top of a hill in Amarkantak, Trimukhi temple is known to be one of the oldest temples in India. Also known as 'Karna Mandir', after King Karnadeb Mahachandra, who built it and was constructed under the reign of the Kalachuris. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the destroyer of the universe as per Hindu mythology.
The top of the temple is sculpted with the face of Lord Shiva. This shows the immense intricacies carved out by the Kalchuri craftsmen. It is in close proximity to other attractions like Dudh Dhara Falls, Sonmuda, Kabir Chabutra, Mai ki Bagiya and Bhrugu Ka Mandal are some of the other places of tourist interest near the Trimukhi temple.
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