You might have always heard of God and Goddesses being worshipped in a temple but have you heard about the frog that is worshipped in the temple instead of god goddess, Yes, that's true. This unique temple is located in the Oel town of Lakhimpur-Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh.
This is the only temple in India where the frog is worshipped as a God. It is said that this place was the main center of the Oel Shaiv sect and the rulers of this region were worshipers of Lord Shiva.
This area was under the rulers of Chahamana from 11th century to the 19th century. King Bakshi Singh of the Chahamana dynasty created this unique temple.
It is said that the architectural design of this temple was done by Kapila's a great Tantric. The architectural structure of this temple on the basis of tantrism attracts people due to its special style.
It is said that this temple is about 200 years old. It is believed that this temple was constructed to protect against natural disasters like drought and flood.