Harihar Dham Temple, commonly known as Harihar Dham. Harihar Dham has the distinction of having the biggest Shivalinga in the world with a height of 65 ft (20m).
Harihar Dham is located at 1 km from Grand Trunk Road at Bagodar 60 km South west of the Giridih district of Jharkhand, India. Giridih was earlier a part of Hazaribagh district, of former undivided Bihar state. Giridih was later made a separate district and a part of the state of Jharkhand.
Harihar Dham Temple is spread over an area of 25 acres and is surrounded by river. It took around 30 years to complete the construction of the huge Shivling. The temple is a major tourist spot and is visited by devotees from all over India every year on Shravan Poornima to worship Lord Shiva. Harihar Dham is also a popular place for marriage for people of the Hindu religion.