The Submerging temple of Mahadev in Kavi Kamboi, Gujarat
Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple, also known as the Submerging temple is one of the most unusual Shiva shrines in India.
Situated in Kavi Kamboi, Gujarat, this 150 year old Shiva Shrine is flanked by the Arabian Sea on one side and the Bay of Cambay on the other. According to Kumarika khand in Skand Purana, this Shivling was established by Bhagwan Kartik after he killed Tarkasur. What makes this Shivlingam unique is that it can be seen only during low-tide hours. At high tide, it totally disappears, thus earning the name ‘disappearing temple of Mahadev’.
Source : stambheshwarmahadev.com