Laxman Siddh Temple is an ancient popular temple situated in Dehradun. This temple is located on Dehradun-Haridwar / Rishikesh Road, about 12 km from Dehradun. This famous temple is situated between dense forests in a tranquil atmosphere, which is also famous for its religious importance and beautiful environment. It is said about Lakshman Siddha Temple, that this Siddhapith is one of the Chorasi Siddhon of Rishi Peeth Rishi Dattatreya. According to mythology, to get rid of the defects of Brahmahatya after killing Ravan by "Laxman and Ram", son of King Dasharath, Lord Laxman had done penance at this place, hence the name of this place was named "Laxman Sidhapith". According to other legends, it is believed that Saint-Swami Laxman Siddh had done penance at this place and at this place, the saint took samadhi. There is a pond 400 meters away from this Siddhapith. Regarding this pond, it is believed that Laxman Ji took out water from his arrow in the pond because at that time there was no water in the pond. In this Siddhapith, Shivalinga has been established and the devotees worship Shivlinga. Since ancient times, this temple has an 'Akhand Dhuna', which is established in this temple from ancient times..
The nearest airport to the city of Dehradun is Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun, which is located about 28 km from Dehradun city.
The nearest railway station to the city of Dehradun is Dehradun, which is located about 2 km from Dehradun town centre.
Laxman Siddh Temple is located at Dehradun-Haridwar /Rishikesh Road, about 12 km from Dehradun and about 1 km from Harrawala.
The best time to visit Laxman Siddh Temple is between the months of September to April. Travelling here in these months is the best and enjoyable. During the winter season, the weather of here is cold. Due to cold in the winter season, the temperature of here goes down very much. Due to heavy rains in the rainy season, it is a bit difficult to travel of here because of rains.