Dudheshwar Nath Mandir is fully dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mandir in Ghaziabad is an ancient Shiva temple popular among Shiva devotees in the Delhi NCR region. The temple houses Shiva in lingam form and it is said to be at least 5000 years old.
Ravana is believed to have meditated father Biswasrawa harsh here. In mythology Hrnandi (Hirnyda) hiranyagarbh revered described riverside where pulastya Ravana's son and father had Biswasrawa severe penance. Ravana was also worshiped. Harnandi Hindon River and later became revered as the Dudheshwar Hiranyagarbh Mahadev temple monastery to three feet below ground Shivling divine self is established.
The main door of the temple was carved from a single stone. Ganesha is present in the middle of the door, which was carved from the same stone. Some people believe that this temple was built by Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahara.
According to legend this temple is located on the place where many years ago, a cow had given her milk into a hole which was dug by her and Lord Brahma happened to pass by the site when this occured. The place where this incident occurred was later made into a temple by the local Hindus and dedicated to Dudheshwar Nath.
The temple has a tar burns, which recognized that since the appearance of Kali, Mahadev is burning. A well also presents here and its water sometimes tastes sweet and sometimes tastes like milk. It is said that in the shed "cow Lambo" descendants of those cows are cows whose milk was spilled on yourself Shiva Linga. The dispensary is in the courtyard of the temple, with the aim of Ayurveda is to free treatment of the poor.
In 2002, Sri Sankracharaya Jayanti established a Ved Vidyapeeth here. Under this temple complex has launched the twenty classes in Sri Dudheshwar University. More than fifty students in the school come from all over India to lore studies of Gurukul tradition. It is also a rich library, which contains about eight hundred texts.