Top 10 Tallest Lord Shiva Statues In India
 
Shiva of Murudeshwara 123 ft (37.5 metres) Uttara Kannada, Karnataka

Shiva of Murudeshwara 123 ft (37.5 metres) Uttara Kannada, Karnataka

Sursagar Lake Lord Shiva Vadodara, Gujarat 120 ft (36.5 metres)

Sursagar Lake Lord Shiva Vadodara, Gujarat 120 ft (36.5 metres)

Adiyogi Shiva Statue Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore 112 ft (34 metres)

Adiyogi Shiva Statue Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore 112 ft (34 metres)

Namchi Statue of Shiva 108 ft (32.9 metres) Namchi, Sikkim

Namchi Statue of Shiva 108 ft (32.9 metres) Namchi, Sikkim

Shiva of Har Ki Pauri 100.1 ft (30 metres) Haridwar, Uttarakhand

Shiva of Har Ki Pauri 100.1 ft (30 metres) Haridwar, Uttarakhand

Shivagiri 85 ft (25.9 metres) Bijapur, Karnataka

Shivagiri 85 ft (25.9 metres) Bijapur, Karnataka

Nageshwar Shiva Statue 82 feet (25 meter) Dwaraka, Gujarat

Nageshwar Shiva Statue 82 feet (25 meter) Dwaraka, Gujarat

Kachnar City Lord Shiva 76 ft (23 metres) Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Kachnar City Lord Shiva 76 ft (23 metres) Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Kempfort Lord Shiva 65.6ft (20 metres) Bangalore, Karnataka

Kempfort Lord Shiva 65.6ft (20 metres) Bangalore, Karnataka

Bhanjanagar Lord Shiva 61 ft (18.5 metres) Ganjam, Odisha

Bhanjanagar Lord Shiva 61 ft (18.5 metres) Ganjam, Odisha

 
 
 
 
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