Deoghar is a holy city beside the Mayurakshi River, in the east Indian state of Jharkhand. The ancient Baba Baidyanath Temple complex is a significant Hindu pilgrimage site. Approx. 10-20 lakhs worshipers come with holy water of Ganga from Sultangunj to present it to Shiva, which is almost 104 km from Deoghar. The human unbroken line of 104 km in red dress can been seen here in this month. The Temple complex consists of 22 temples of which the biggest and the tallest at 72-ft is the Temple of Baidyanath which is incarnation of lord Shiva that houses one of the 12 revered Twelve Jyotirlingas in and around the country. The Deoghar is considered as the most sacred place in Jharkhand. It holds great sanctity and austerity among Hindus because it is believed to be, the only kamana linga that means a lingam that has the power to fulfill all dreams. Thus the abode of Baidyanath Jyotirlingam is a very ancient sacred place of India importance and international fame. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga kshetra in India. Baidyanath Jyotirlinagam is as old as the Ramayana and it is associated with the story of Ravana, in religious literatures. As its very name implies, Baidyanathdham Deoghar, is the holy place where Shri Vishnu is said to have installed Shiva in this form. Hence, the presiding deity here is revered as Baidyanath Jyotirlingam. The holy place is famous for its cultural history where people from every corner of India throng all the year round. A number of tantras also appreciate this place. It is also one of 52 peethas.