Siddheshwar Temple is a temple in Solapur district, Maharashtra, India. It is sacred to Hindus and participants of the Lingayat faith. There is a lake within the temple complicated. The temple is in honour of Siddheshwar, a devotee of Shiva. Siddarameswara or Siddheshwar or Siddarama changed into one many of the 5 acharya of the Lingayat religion. Siddheshwar changed into a high-quality contributor to Lingayat religion. He changed into a amazing mystic and a Kannada poet who become part of Basavanna's Lingayat revolution at some point of the 12th century.
His philosophy turned into one of carrier to mankind, the path of karmayoga. On Makarsankrat, there are annual pilgrimages called 'Gudda'. A procession referred to as the 'procession of Kathies' takes place at the temple. Makara Sankranti, also known as Makaraa Sankranti or Maghi, is a pageant day in the Hindu calendar, in reference to deity Surya. It is determined each year in January. The temple is attended via contributors of Veerashaiva. Veerashaivism is a subtradition within Shaivism.