Shiva is considered as the God of Gods in Hindu Mythology. Shiva has no beginning and no end and the God of Destruction is equally famous outside India. In ancient times, Shiva was worshipped in many places and the deity and the temple still present at those places. The temples are not only famous for being Shiva Temples outside India but also for archaeological excellence.
1. Prambanan Temple, Java, Indonesia
The temple was built in the 9th century by the Mataram Kingdom. The huge temple which is also the largest temple in South East Asia is dedicated to Lord Shiva. However, Vishnu and Brahma are also worshipped in this temple. There are many temples around a 47 meter high center building. The temple dedicated to Shiva is the inner most one and is also the largest among the others.
2. Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal
This is one of the oldest temples outside India and is famous for the uniqueness. The temple was believed to be formed during 753 AD. However, reconstruction was forced due to excessive damage due to termites. The temple is made of Pagoda style of Nepal. The lingam inside the temple has four faces and is one meter high.