Arranged in the midst of tranquility and picturesque magnificence, the Gangeshwar Temple is committed to the transformer of Hindu trinity, Lord Shiva. This old Hindu Temple is found 3 km far from Diu in the Fudam Village of Gujarat. Accepted to have been worked by the Pandavas, this temple is celebrated for its five Shiva Lingas, i.e. shakes in the state of Lord Shiva which are available amidst the ocean.
Just the tip of these stones can be seen at whatever point there is a high tide in light of the fact that the ocean water submerges them. Gangeshwar alludes to Lord Shiva who is thought to be the Lord of River Ganga since it slid to earth beginning from the tresses of Lord Shiva who is additionally the directing god of the Gangeshwar Temple.