Virbhadra Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated at Virbhadra Town close in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. Shiva is a savage frame is loved in the sanctuary. This sanctuary is multi year old sanctuary, where Virbhadra, an appearance of Lord Shiva is loved here. Night long jagran and uncommon poojas are hung on the event of Shivratri and Sawaan. The mela harmonizes with the Mahashivratri celebration. Virbhadra Temple Myths and Legends Virabhadra is an embodiment of Lord Shiva which was made by him in resentment.
The story in Hindu folklore portrays that when Goddess Uma Sati felt offended by her dad Daksh Prajapati at Kankhal, Haridwar for not welcoming her significant other Lord Shiva for Yagya. She hopped into the Yagya Kund to immolate herself for her better half's disrespect. At the point when Lord Shiva heard this news he wound up irate hauled out his hair and whipped on the ground. Thus, Lord Virbhadra was born. The temple is found 2 km from Neelanth-Rishikesh Highway. The airplane terminal at Jolly Grant, Dehradun is 25 km away. You can achieve this place by neighborhood railroad station, which is named as Veerbhadra Station and arranged on the expressway which is 2 km far from the sanctuary.