(Last Updated on : 20/04/2012)
Gupteswar Caves are natural limestone caves. They have a gigantic Shiva Lingam
that seems to be increasing in size yearly. Pilgrims come here during the Sravana period as the yearly Bolbom yarta is held in this place. Devotees walk to the Gupteshwar during in order to bathe in the maha kund and then chant near the Shiva Linga. The cave bear resemblance to Bora caves. Gupteswar cave is special for the underground water and the view of Davis fall from the farthest end of the cave. It is a natural cave with Stalagmites
The lingam stands in the cave and the shrine is called "Gupteswar" which means the "Hidden God". It was lying hidden in the cave for a long period and that`s how it got the present name. There is a large stalactite inside the second cave. People worship it as the udder of God Kamadhenu and wait under it with outstretched palms to collect drops of water which fall at long intervals.
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