Vindhyachal Local

According to mythology, the daughter of Lord Yashoda, who brought up Lord Krishna, miraculously departed from the hold of Kansa, the ruthless King of Mathura. This temple dedicated to Goddess Ashtabhuja is situated in a cave of hill in the temple 3 km away from the Vindhavasini temple. There are 3 sacred water bodies on the same hill – Sita Kund, Motiya Talab and Gerua Talab.

Maa Vindhyavasini Devi Temple is located in Vindhyachal, 8km far from Mirzapur, and around 80km far from Allahabad (Prayag) on the banks of the holy river Ganges in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It’s one of the most revered Shaktipeeths of the presiding deity, Maa Vindhyavasini Devi. The temple is visited by a huge number of people daily. A very large congregation is held during Navratras in Chaitra (April) and Ashwin (October) months. The traditional song (Kajali) competitions are held in the month of Jyestha (June). The temple is located just 2 km from the Kali Khoh, an ancient cave temple dedicated to Goddess Kali.

70 km. (one and a half hour drive) from Varanasi, Vindhyachal is a renowned religious city dedicated to Goddess Vindhyavasini. Mythologically goddess Vindhyavasini is believed to be the instant bestower of bendiction. There are several temples of other deities in the vicinity, the most famous ones being Ashtabhuja Devi Temple and kalikhoh Temple, which constitute the Trikona Parikrama (circumambulation). The Vindhyavasini Devi Temple, the Ashtabhuja temple, dedicated to Goddess Mahasaraswati (on a hollock, 3 km from Vindhyavasini temple) and the Kali khoh temple, dedicated to Goddess Kali (2 km from Vindhyavasini temple) form the Trikon Parikrama.

Kali Khoh temple is dedicated to Kali Maa and is in the form of a cave. Goddess Kali is believed to be incarnated to kill the demon Raktabeej who had a boon that every droplet of his blood will give birth to another Raktabeej right away.

This made killing the demon extremely difficult. It is believed that Ma Kali stretched her tongue all over the ground and licked all the blood and swallowed all his duplicates.

The one Place, which puts Munger on the one of the most visited place, is known as “Sita-Kund”. This place has always been the one, which creates a lot of inquisitiveness among the visitors, as well as it gives a lot of pleasure too. The place is situated 4 miles east of the Munger town. It contains hot springs known as Sita Kund, besides this there is a Hindu temple and to the north is a reservoir of cold water, known as Ramkund, while to the west there were three more polls called after the three brothers of Ram, namely Lakshman Kund, Bharat Kund, and Satrughan Kund.

It has a very interesting ancient story about this place, which belongs in the period of Ramayana. According to which Sita after being rescued form Lanka, Ram to satisfy all public opinion asked Sita to prove her chasti and she gladly agreed to the Agni Pariksha (the fire ordeal). She came out of the fire test uncatched and imparted to the pool in which she bathed, the heat of her body which she had absorbed from the fire. The hot spring is now an enclosed and grilled reservoir and is visited by a large number of pilgrims on the full moon day of Magh. The water is beautifully clear and transparent and sends up numerous bubbles from its rocky bed. Various explanations of this phenomenon have been suggested, such as “Deep seated thermodynamics action and variation of under ground volcanic activities.”

People also have unbelievable beliefs about the cataract of the Vindhya Dhaam, the Motia Lake and the Gerua pond. It is believed that after bathing in ponds, devotees get salvation from worship in nearby temples after meditation. Thousands of pilgrims who come to the district during Navratri are bathing in it. Both ponds are the unique gift of the natural beauty of the Vindhya mountain. Vindhasini, the dystopic mother of the point, is sitting on three points with three superpowers on the Vindhya mountain.

Formerly its name was Kuvighat, which was mentioned by James Prinsep (1831). Nardeshwar (Shiva) temple was built on the Ghats in the middle of nineteenth century, resulting in the name of the Ghat changed to Narad Ghat. It is believed that Nareshvar Shiva was founded by Devshi Narad. At the end of the nineteenth century, South Indian Swami Seetivadan Dattatreya made a strong commitment to the Ghat, establishment of Dattatrayeshwar (Shiva) temple and Dattatreya Math on the upper part of the Ghat.

This temple of Kalbhairav is believed to be about six thousand years old. This is a left-handed Tantric temple. Temples such as meat, liquor, sacrifice, and currency are offered in the temples of the left. In ancient times only the Tantrikas were allowed to come. They used to do tantric activities here, and on certain occasions, the occasion of offering wine to Kaal Bhairav was also offered. In the past, this temple was opened to the common people, but Baba continued to accept the indulgence.

People also have unbelievable beliefs about the cataract of the Vindhya Dhaam, the Motia Lake and the Gerua pond. It is believed that after bathing in ponds, devotees get salvation from worship in nearby temples after meditation.

When the cataract of the cataract falls on the path leading to the octagonal block from the black hole. Shuklaing of Mukteshwar Nath is also set on the northern coast of the Motia Lake, whose sight and lake are freed from bathing. Lake is such a belief.

Sakhigopala Temple formally known as Satyabadi Gopinatha Temple is a medieval temple dedicated to Lord Gopinatha located in the town of Sakhigopala on the Puri Bhubaneshwar highway in Odisha, India. The temple is built in the Kalinga style of temple architecture.

Once Parashuraam Jee came to Kailaash Parvat to visit Shiv Jee. Shiv Jee was sleeping so Ganesh Jee stopped him from going inside. A fight between them ensued at this. Ganesh Jee caught him with his trunk and hit him on the ground. This left him unconscious for some time. When he came into senses he threw his Pharasaa (axe) at Ganesh Jee. Ganesh Jee immediately recognized it as his father’s weapon (his father gave it to Parashuraam), and received it with all his humility on his one tusk. This broke his one tusk and left with one tusk only.

That is why he is also called as Ekdant or Ekdanshtra – means who has only one tusk.

There is another story about his one tusk. A different legend narrates that when Ganesh Jee was asked to write down the epic of Mahaabhaarat, dictated to him by its author, sage Vyaas, taking into note the enormity and significance of the task, he realized the inadequacy of any ordinary ‘pen’ to undertake the task. So he broke one of his own tusks and made a pen out of it. The lesson offered here is that no sacrifice is big enough in the pursuit of knowledge.

Saptar Sarovar (Seven flax) is a beautiful place of Pilibhit Tiger Reserve. The ruins of the seven canal old canal located in the Barahi range. In the year 1926 when the canals were built under the baptization project, an outlet canal for the extra water was left in Sharda. When the Sharda Sagar Dam was built in 1951, the canal was closed and a straight canal was made to fill the dam. The remains of the old canal are known only as seven lakes.

Om Shiva Gurkhak

The bath kunda, which is known in Rajasthani language as Dhab Here, in the fair that takes place in the month of Bhadrapad month every year, I am about lakhs of passenger baths.

Tarakeshwar Mahadev Temple is located in Mirzapur city of Uttar Pradesh.Tarakswara Mahadev located in the east of Vindhyachal has also been described in the Purana. A pond is located near the temple. It is believed that Asak, a Taraka named Khud dug near the temple. Lord Shiva only killed Tarak. Therefore they are also called Tarakeswar Mahadev. A lot of Shivalinga is situated near the Kund. According to legend, Lord Vishnu had a dome on the west side of Tarakeswar and constructed the temple of Lord Shiva. In addition, it is said that Tarakeshwar is the home of Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi resides in the other form in the Vaishnavi form with the Goddess Saraswati.

In the Vedas it is mentioned that the establishment of Vindhyachal, a religious place near Mirzapur, is the center of pilgrimage in Vindhyachal, Shakti Peeth, Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh. The Vindhaswini Devi temple here is a major attraction and in order to invoke the blessings of the Goddess, Chaitra and Ashwin are filled with thousands of devotees during the Navaratri of the month. Other sacred places in the city are: Ashtabhuja Temple, Sita Kund, Kali Kha, Buda Nath Mandir, Narad Ghat, Garua Talab, Motiya Talab, Lal Bhairav and Kaal Bhairav Mandir, Ekadant Ganesh, Sapta Sarovar, Sakshi Gopal Mandir, Gurkhak Kund, Matsyendra Kund, Tarakeshwar Nath Temple, Kankali Devi Temple, Shivshiv Samoh Avadhut Ashram and Bhairav Kund

Vindhyachal (Mirzapur): On the Bhairav Kund, on the floor of the Vindhya hill, around five hundred feet below ground water from the herbs to eat mixed water. After triangle on the hill, the batch of devotees reach the pool. People take water and go home. Suresaram, a resident of Sasaram, Bihar, who is taking water from Bhairav Kund, says that he has been coming to perform darshan in the court of Mother’s mother for twenty years. Every time the water moves from here. Here the mixed water from the herbs increases digestive power. It is proving to be a panacea for the body. Due to dry, the water of the kund is drying. Now the water flow has turned off. In June, people living here have to face water crisis. The big panoramic view remains here Do not feel like going to see the coolness of dense trees here. Monkeys jumping on trees, the water of the kund is only support for Saint saintly saints in the system. Visitors from Lucknow say that after seeing the mother Ashtabhuja, they come to take the water of the Havan Kund. Here water also works in the prevention of many diseases. Due to the bore being bore in many places on the hill, water flows down in the kund.

Mirzapur City

माँ विंध्यवासिनी देवी मंदिर विंध्याचल में, मिर्जापुर से 8 किमी दूर और भारतीय राज्य उत्तर प्रदेश में पवित्र गंगा नदी के किनारे इलाहाबाद (प्रयाग) से लगभग 80 किमी दूर स्थित है। यह पीठासीन देवता, मां विंध्यवासिनी देवी के सबसे प्रतिष्ठित शक्तिपीठों में से एक है। मंदिर में प्रतिदिन भारी संख्या में लोग आते हैं। चैत्र (अप्रैल) और अश्विन (अक्टूबर) महीनों में नवरात्रों के दौरान बहुत बड़ी मंडलियां आयोजित की जाती हैं। परंपरा गीत (कजली) प्रतियोगिताएं ज्येष्ठ (जून) के महीने में होती हैं। मंदिर काली खोह से मात्र 2 किमी की दूरी पर स्थित है, जो एक प्राचीन गुफा मंदिर है जो देवी काली को समर्पित है। 70 किमी। (डेढ़ घंटे की ड्राइव) वाराणसी से, विंध्याचल देवी विंध्यवासिनी को समर्पित एक प्रसिद्ध धार्मिक शहर है। पौराणिक रूप से देवी विंध्यवासिनी को बेंडक्शन के तुरंत सबसे अच्छा माना जाता है। आसपास में अन्य देवताओं के कई मंदिर हैं, जिनमें से सबसे प्रसिद्ध अष्टभुजा देवी मंदिर और कालीखोह मंदिर हैं, जो त्रिकोना परिक्रमा (परिधि) का निर्माण करते हैं। विंध्यवासिनी देवी मंदिर, अष्टभुजा मंदिर, देवी महासरस्वती को समर्पित (एक होली पर, विंध्यवासिनी मंदिर से 3 किमी) और काली खोह मंदिर, जो देवी काली (विंध्यवासिनी मंदिर से 2 किमी) को समर्पित है, त्रिकोन परिक्रमा का निर्माण करती हैं।