The temple of Dhareshwar in Dhayari village is worth a vision at dawn or twilight. The road leading to it is surrounded by Audumbar (Holy fig), peepal and other trees. There is ample shade on both sides as you climb the steps to the temple. As you catch a glimpse of the Shivalinga in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple you unconsciously tend to fold your hands in obeisance.
As per religious beliefs, vision of the ice Shivalinga in Amarnath cave bestows 10 times the merit gained by paying obeisance to Shivlinga in Kashi, 100 times the merit gained by paying obeisance in Prayag and 1000 times the merit obtained by paying obeisance in Naimisharanya. That is why even today millions of Hindus go on a pilgrimage to Amarnath with wholehearted devotion.
In the 10th century, King Rajendravarman II ruled Yashodharpura. He gave away a huge piece of land to his 2 ministers who established a town named ‘Ishwarpur’ there. It is now known as Phnom Dei village, Cambodia. In the center of the town they built a temple ‘Tribhuvan Maheshwar’ or ‘Banteay Srei’.