A Jyotirlinga Yatra is believed to be the prime worship for the devotees of Lord Shiva. So, the Jyotirlinga Yatra is associated with the worship of a shrine where Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlingam which means “Lingam of light” which is the pivot of all the activities on Earth and a major source of energy. According to one the legends Jyotirlinga Yatra helps to attain the salvation and enlightenment as the ‘Lingam of Light’ removes the darkness from the lives and brings happiness, peace and satisfactions to all the human kind. There are 12 Jyotirlinga temples spread all over the country, the southernmost Jyotirlinga Yatra is located at Rameswaram while the northernmost Jyotirlinga Yatra is locate at Kedarnath. Jyotirlinga Yatra can be made to all the 12 destinations of Jyotirlinga temples like Jyotirlinga Yatra to Somnath in Saurashtra (Gujarat), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Mallikarjun in Srisailam (Andhra Pradesh), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh), Omkareshwar in Shivpuri / Amaleswara (Madhya Pradesh), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Vaidyanath in Parali (Maharashtra), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Nageswar in Darukavanam, Jyotirlinga Yatra to Kedareswar in Kedarnath / Himalayas (Uttarakhand), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Tryambakeswar in Nasik (Maharashtra), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Rameshwar in Setubandanam / Rameshwaram (Tamilnadu), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Bhimashankar in Dakini (Maharashtra), Jyotirlinga Yatra to Visweswar in Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) and Jyotirlinga Yatra to Ghrishneswar in Devasrovar (Maharashtra).