Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple at Kavi Kamboi in Gujarat – Shivling Here Disappears In Sea during High Tide and Appears during Low Tide



Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple is located at Kavi Kamboi Village in Gujarat. The Shivling in the temple is located so close to the sea that one can only perform worship here during low tide. The shrine is more than 150 years old and is situated near the Gulf of Cambay.




The temple does not have any particular architecture that is noteworthy.

During high tide, the four feet Shivling is completely submerged. After this as the tide starts to get low we can see the Shivling appearing back.

Mother Nature constantly performs Jal Abhishek on Shiva here.


The ideal time to visit the Shrine is morning hours when there is low tide. As the day progress the temple slowly gets submerged in water.