1 Shiva Kailash Nath, Mahadev Sanga, Nepal (143 Feet  44 Meters) 2010 http://www.kailashnathmahadevstatue.blogspot.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kailashnath_Mahadev_Statue
2 Murugan Murti, Batu Caves,Malaysia (42.7 meters) 2006
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batu_Caves
3 Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Swami Paritala Andhra Pradesh, India (41 meters)
4 Shiva Murudeshwara, Karnataka, India (37 meters)
5 Shiva Mangal Mahadev,Ganga Talao,Mauritius (108 Feet 33 Meters) 2007
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinduism_in_Mauritius
6 Hanuman Murti, Shimla Himachal Pradesh. lndia (33 meters)
7 Hanuman Murti, Nandura, India (32 meters)
8 Shiva of the Har-ki-Pauri, Uttarakhand, India (30.5 meters)
9 Ganesha - Chinmaya Ganadhish Kolhapur, India (26 meters)
10 Hanuman Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago (85 Feet 26 Meters)
http://www.potomitan.info/ki_nov/inde/hanuman.php

10 TALLEST HINDU IDOL STATUES IN THE WORLD

10 TALLEST HINDU IDOL STATUES IN THE WORLD

 

Mauritius

Shiva Mangal Mahadev, Ganga Talao, Mauritius (33 meters)


Shiva Mangal Mahadev, Ganga Talao, Mauritius (33 meters)

Mangal Mahadev, 108 feet statue of Lord Shiva in Grand Bassin at Ganga Talao lake

World's Third Tallest Statue of Lord Shiva - near Ganga Talao (lake) Mauritius. 108 feet tall.

Mangal Mahadev - Shiva Statue

Mangal Mahadev

This 108-foot-tall Hindu god, standing with his trident at the entrance of Ganga Talao, is a faithful copy of the Shiva statue of Sursagar lake in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. It was inaugurated in 2007 and the "Sthapan" was done during the Maha Shivratri period of 2008. It is also the highest known statue in Mauritius. There will be a statue of Durga Maa Bhavani of 108 feet as well next to Mangal Mahadev statue.

Known as Mangal Mahadev, this Statue is the World's 3rd Tallest Statue of Lord Shiva. It is located near Ganga Talao (lake) in Mauritius Island. It stands 108 Feet Tall. The Mangal Mahadev statue has been inaugurated in 2007. The statue looks so huge and forms part of one of the high monuments in the world. Here Maha Shivaratri is celebrated every year and the Hindu makes a pilgrimage from their homes to this Auspiciously Tall Statue.


INDEX : Religion  September 12, 2016 03:41:30 PM

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