The Akshay Vat, or the eternal tree that is indestructible.
It is said that Lord Ram had spent a night near this tree while on his way to the wilds.
It is also a holy site for the Jains. Permission has to be sought from Army officials to visit this tree.
Located on the bank of Yamuna.
Hindu AGNIPURAN says...."anyone prays/dies under this tree, attains salvation"
Nagvasuki Mandir [नागवासुकी]
Well-knownAncient Hindu temple on the banks of the Ganges near Daraganj Ghat.
An old temple Build around the 10th Century.
KAAL SHARP DOOS
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An Ancient Temple of Lord SIVA.
Situated on bank of YAMUNA river , near minto park.
This temple has a black stone lingam and statues of Ganesh, Nandi and Hanuman.
An Ancient peepal tree covers the lord siva temple.
It is believed that Lord SIVA fullfill all the wishes of visitors to temple.
Lord ram installed this SIVA LING while going to CHITRAKUT
Late Hanuman Ji
Close to the Sangam, this sanctuary is remarkable in North India, for its prostrate picture of Hanumana. Here the enormous symbol of Lord Hanumana is found in a leaning back stance. At the point when the Ganga is in spate, this sanctuary gets submerged
his old sanctuary is situated in Alopibagh area west of Daraganj. In the sanctum sanctorum of the sanctuary there is a round stage there is a hued fabric underneath which there is a little bunk. Lovers pay deference here. It is said to be one of the Shaktipeeth and a major reasonable is held amid the Navratri. There is a symbol of Lord Shiv and Shivling
Located in south of Allahabad city in Daryabad locality on the bank of the Yamuna.
A little away is the Takshak kund in the Yamuna.
Legend has it that Takshak the serpent had taken shelter here after being hounded out of Mathura by Lord Krishna.
It is located 3 km north-east of Phaphamau in Soraon tehsil.
It is made completely of stone and has several statues.
A big fair is held here on Shivratri and in the month of Phalguna.
It is situated in the heart of the Allahabad city on the Zero road.
There are many idols in it, including that of god Hatakeshwar Shiv.
Lalita Devi Temple
It is located in Mirapur locality and is about 108 feet high.
There are several statues inside the temple and an ancient papal tree in its compound.
It is counted among the 51 Siddha Shaktipeeth in the country.
It is located in Daraganj locality and has attractive idols of Radha and Lord Krishna.
There are 12 Madhav deities in Prayag but the Veni Madhav temple at Daraganj close to the Sangam is especially significant.
It is built below the ground level inside the fort on the bank of the Yamuna.
There is a long corridor and there are 44 idols in here with a Shivling in the center.
It was renovated by Bajirao Peshwa in 1735, and some idols date back to 17th or 18th century.
Legend has it that Lord Rama had come during his exile.
It 33 km from Allahabad on the Allahabad-Lucknow highway.
It was the ashram of Shringi rishi. There is a temple of Shringi rishi and goddess Shanta. Ruins of the fort of Nishad king Guh are also here.
Ram, Lakshman and Sita had stopped here while on their way to exile from Ayodhya, and had asked the kevat for a boat to cross the Ganga.
Shankar Viman Mandapam
This grand temple was built on the initiative of Shankaracharya Chandrashekharendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamakoti Peeth and was inaugurated by Shankarachrya Jayendra Saraswati in 1986.
It has the idols of Kamakshi, Lord Balaji and Lord Shiv. The Shiv idol weighs 10 tons.
It is situated on a big, high mound on bank of the Ganga.
It is about 15 feet in diameter and is built of big stones.
The entire premises are surrounded by a stone wall.
It is said that it was built by the king Samudragupta hence the name.
It is also said that the water level below the well is equal to the sea level, hence the name
A shivling of Bhardwajeshwar Mahadev was established here by the sage Bhardwaj, and in addition there are hundreds of statues.
Important among them are: Ram Lakshman, Mahishasur Mardini, Surya, Sheshnag, Nar varah.
Maharishi Bhardwaj was the first patron of Ayurveda. Lord Rama had gone to the sage Bhardwaj’s ashram to get his blessings.
It is said that the Kaurav king Duryodhan had got it made to trap the Pandavas and eliminate them.
However, Vidur alerted the Pandavas who escaped from a secret door while it was set on fire.
It is located 6 km south of Handia on the bank of the Ganga.
There is an entire locality by this name on the bank of the Yamuna and a temple of goddess Kalyani Devi.
There are idols of the goddess and that of Lord Shankar, said to be dating back to the 20th century.
Towards the east of Prayag on the bank of the Ganga at Kakra Kotwa and 5 km south of Hanuman bazar, this ancient ashram is located.
It has a grand statue of sage Durwasa and a fair is held in the month of Srawan.