In Hinduism, Lord Shiva is considered as “the Destroyer” or “the Transformer” or “Mahakaal” (महाकाल). There are many hundreds of temples of Lord Shiva around the country, but some of them are very popular because they are in existence since centuries and considered as the real places of Lord Shiva.

In this review article, we are going to cover a round up of Biggest or Tallest Lord Shiva statues in India, including pics of the statue, height in meters and feet, and the location of the statue.

1. Shiva Of Murudeshwara

123 ft (37.5 metres) tall
Uttara Kannada, Karnataka

Murudeshwara Shiva
Statue of Murudeshwara Shiva in Uttara Kannada, Karnataka is the tallest statue of Lord Shiva in the country of India. The grand statue and the scenic and spell-bounding beauty around it attracts people from different parts of the country and the world to the holy place. In the back side of the statue is the splendid ocean view, where you can also enjoy water sports like Jet Ski.

2. Shiva of the Har ki Pauri

100.1 ft (30 metres) tall
“Har ki Pauri”, Haridwar, Uttarakhand

Shiva statue in Har ki Pauri
This enormous statue of Lord Shiva is located in Har ki Pauri, Haridwar which is an important place for Hindus in the country. The statue is white in appearance and represent a standing image of the lord.

3. Lord Shiva statue at Kempfort

65.6ft (20 metres) tall
Bangalore, Karnataka

Shiva statue Kempfort
Another great statue of Lord Shiva is situated at Kempfort, Bangalore. The statue is creamy-white in color and portrays the lord sitting in “dhyan mudra“.

Those who worship Lord Shiva are recommended to visit these divine places to confirm these grand statues at least once. Bam bam bhole!