Garhmukteshwar has acquired its name from the great temple of Mukteshwar Mahadeva. This place is well known as a municipal board in Panchsheel Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh, India. This is a famous holy place where large number of devotees comes to devote them towards divinity. It is famous for its 80 Sati Pillars. This place has played significant role in Mahabharata and Bhagwat Gita. According to myths, it is mentioned in both of the epics about Garhmukteshwar. Earlier, this place was known as “Gan-Mukteshwar.” “Gan” means ‘followers’ and “Mukteshwar” means ‘place of deliverance’. This place is also famous as “Khandvi Van” and “Shiva Vallabhpur”. As per the legends, it is said that Pandavas constructed this temple and then later it was repaired by Mir Bhawan, a Maratha General at the time of Anglo-Maratha war. The Garhmukteshwar travel guide can be referred to know more about how to reach Garhmukteshwar, Garhmukteshwar attractions, festivals in Garhmukteshwar, the best time to visit Garhmukteshwar and excursions from Garhmukteshwar.