After Uttarakhand tragedy of 2013, the route of Kedarnath,a Dwadash Jyotirlinga has changed. In last few years temples of Dwadash Jyotirlinga have made their presence online.
This and other latest information is part of the revised second edition of the book written by Vipul Shukla, Ahmedabad based PR consultant.3000 copies of the first edition published in 2011 were sold out in less than two years, says Vipul Shukla.
The book is in Gujarati and is one of the best travel guides on Dwadash Jyotirlinga, temples of Lord Shiva, in any language. Vipul Shukla has not only added new information about these temples of Lord Shiva, he has even rewritten some of its parts to make its language more lucid and clear.
A devotee of Lord Shiva, Vipul Shukla has been to Dwadash Jyotirlinga for writing the revised edition of the book. This makes the book more reliable and readable.
The number of pages has increased from 260 to 284. With passage of time the price of the travel guide on Dwadash Jyotirlinga has also gone up marginally from Rs325 to Rs 360.
The book, though written as travel guide on Dwadash Jyotirlinga, has lots of other information like history of the temple, rituals and their cost. Vipul Shukla has written the book as a non profit project and so the book with plenty of photographs and attractive design and lay out has quite low cost, he says.
The book will hit stands next week before Shivratri, Feb 17, the day of the Lord Shiva.
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