On the occasion of Mahashivratri, devotees of Lord Shiva and Nath clan followers climb up the Siddha Parvat to offer prayers at the Sri Kaneri Siddha temple.
A trishul placed just outside the temple. The Nath clan rever trishul as a symbol of protection.
A ghumti located outside the temple. It is said that Siddhas (one who is learned and accomplished) used to meditate here.
Devotees wait in long queue to offer flowers and prayers at the temple.
This well located on the hill never runs out of water.
After climbing the hill for more than an hour, devotees rest for a while.
There is a sacred cave on top of the hill where Siddhas meditated for days.
Every year, a pandal is erected specially for Shivaratri.
People have to park their cars below and walk up the hill to the temple.