A magnificent temple of marble built by Sri Swami Sachchidandji Saraswati, Mrityunjaya Pardeshwar Temple is located around 3 km from Prabhani. Standing at a height of 80 foot, the temple has shivlinga weighing nearly 250 kg made of Mercury (known as Parad).
The presiding deity at Pardeshwar Temple is Lord Shiva who is prayed in the form of a linga. The mercury shivlinga is also called a Tejoling and is equally revered as the Twelve Jyotirlinga. Parad in sanskrit means mercury; the lingam made out of mercury called Parad Lingam. The Parad Granth says that a mere touch of the lingam bestows the devotee of the blessings of Lord Shiva.
The Pardeshwar Temple can be visited during timings 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM. A place to explore the mercury lingam which is different from the usually black stone lingam is a factor that separates it out from other Shiva temples.