Siddhesvara Dham is the outcome of unique concept, vision and the exemplary initiative of our Honorable Chief Minister Shri Pawan Chamling, the Government is endeavoring to promote “Rural Village, Eco friendly and Religious Tourism”. The unparalleled beauty of the state and very friendly and hospitable people are our competitive and comparative advantages. The construction of the pilgrimage – cum- cultural centre popularly known as Siddhesvara Dham at Solophok aims at promoting Religious Tourism, coupled with village and Eco tourism.

 

It is constructed on the top of Solophok Hill in South Sikkim which is 5 kilometers from Namchi town over an area 28.958 Hac of land. The built up complex covers an area of approximately 7 acres and is accessible by a motorable road.


The pran-pratistha ceremony was graced by his Holiness Shri Jagadgura Shankaracharya Swami Swarupananda Saraswati Maharaj on 8TH Nov. 2011 in the presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister of the state shri Pawan Chamling. The main Siva complex with the main statue is placed at the highest commanding point of the hill in the west direction and facing east.

The entire comple is divided into five main parts, namely:-

1) Shiva statue with 12 jyotirlingas

2)Four Dhamas

3)Sai Baba Temple

4)Kirateshwar Dham(Mangkhim)

5)Yangya Mandap