Legend has it that the stomach of lord Shiva fell on Madhyamaheswar when Bhima tried to stop the lord from vanishing. A Shiva temple has been built at the place where the body parts of the lord is believed to be fallen and this temple complex at a hovering height of 3490 meters turned to be a busy spot of Shiva devotees.
It takes a tedious trek of 24 kilometers to be at the sanctified premises of Maheswar, but it is really worthy and pay high dividends in the form of picturesque surroundings. The unwinding paths through the lush meadows and woody forests proffers the possibilities of a nice stride, the warmth of which is memorable forever.
A black stony structure with nice carvings, set in the background of majestic peaks, Madhyamaheshwar temple imparts a peculiar feeling to all those who gathers there. Madhyamaheshwar temple stands elegantly in the southern most part of a lovely crinkle, whose Kashni Dhar appears as if it soars in to the heaven. Though the shrine is not a gigantic structure is an oasis of serenity and devoutness. Tiny ponds that surround the tranquil environs attribute the calmness of the holy premises to a great extent. Madhyamaheshwar is indeed a divine spot that inspires one’s soul and mind with its aesthetic appeal.