5. Mankamaeshwar Temple – (Shiva Statue at Allahabad 108 ft)
Situated in the holy city of Allahabad, right on the banks of the holy River Ganga, this grand statue is often referred to as the Symbol of Allahad—the holy land of Sangam. The statue is located right where the famous and holy Kumbh Mela takes place at every regular interval. However, the most striking feature of this 33 meters high statue is the grand statue of a bull overlooking Lord Shiva.
6. Mangal Mahadev (Mauritius) 107ft
Mangal Mahadev is one of the unique statues of Lord Shiva which is 107 feet tall and stands tall in the Ganga Talao Lake in Mauritius. Although the lord is always seen in the backdrop of himalayas, this statue is very unique. It stands tall in the hottest beach destination, Mauritius.
7. Shiva Of The Har-ki-Pauri (Haridwar) 101ft
Situated in the highly sacred place of the Hindus (Haridwar), this statue is as high as 30.5 m. At the banks of Ganges, Shiva blesses devotees and those who are keen on doing badri yatra, take a glimpse of Shiva and continue their journey to Badri.
The huge dimension of lord Shiva of the Har-ki-Pauri is as high as 90 feet tall situated on the banks of river Ganga.
8. Namchi Statue (Siddheshwar Dham, Sikkim – 108 ft)
The Namchi Statue is located in the holy temple of Siddheshwar Dham in Sikkim and is undoubtedly one of the tallest Shiva statues in the world—it is 108ft tall! It is perhaps the only place in India where you’ll find the replicas of all the 12 jyotirlingas of India as well as of the Char Dham! The main Shiva temple is 108-ft in height and atop that sits the gigantic statue of Lord Shiva which is another 87-ft tall