Shiva Mandir is a Hindu temple in Indore, India. It is a solid shake sanctuary, which was developed in the seventh century and remodeled again in the eighteenth century by Ahilya Bai Holkar. The sanctuary is otherwise called Garuda Tirth as there is a water outlet, which is in the state of Gomukh. The water streams out from this hole as like in Abhishek. The first Shivalinga here is 12 feet submerged in an indented sanctuary. The new sanctuary is built over this indented sanctuary. A reasonable is held in the sanctuary on each Shivratri out of appreciation for the god Shri Gutkeshwar Mahadeo. The water from the Garuda Tirth is falling straightforwardly on the Shiva Lingam as a characteristic Abhisheka. This place has a characteristic stunner, which pulls in numerous voyagers to this place separated from the travelers.