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Sharda Devi Temple Maihar

Importance of Sharda Devi Dham Maihar   India is famous for offering respite from the rushed and troubled life with its numerous holy sites that are dedicated to Gods and Goddesses. Sharda Devi Dham Maihar has a whole history behind the origin of its name. It is believed that when Lord Shiva was carrying the …

Chitrakoot

Chitrakoot, the holy place holds a significant religious, historical and cultural importance for Hindus. It is said to be the place where Lord Rama spent the most of his time in exile due to His love for the place. The place was also chosen by great sages, thinkers and devotees for meditation and other purposes. …

Shri Dwarikadhish Gopal Mandir

Arranged in the memorable city of Ujjain, Gopal sanctuary is holy to Lord Krishna. The sanctuary was worked amid 1848-56 and is devoted to Dwarkadheesh, the tutelary god of the Scindia family. The utilization of marble in its engineering helps to remember amazing compositional abilities of the Maratha. The internal sanctum of the sanctuary houses …

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple

The sacred town of Ujjain holds an extraordinary religious centrality for Hindus as it lives one of the Jyotirlinga called Mahakaleshwar. Situated on the bank of Rudra Sagar Lake, the sanctuary is likewise one of the 18 maha shakti peetham. As indicated by Shiv Purana, Ujjain was where years back Lord Shiva showed up in …

Kal Bhairav temple

Among the celebrated and profoundly loved sanctuary of Ujjain, Kal Bhairav is situated on the bank of stream Shipra. The sanctuary is hallowed to the watchman of the city, Kal Bhairav, who is likewise an incarnation of Lord Shiva or Mahakal. A darkened King Bhadrasen constructed the underlying structure of the sanctuary, later it was …

Bhairav Parvat Temple

Figured as one of the one of the 51 shakti peethas of Goddess Durga, Bhairav Parvat sanctuary is an exceptionally adored journey in Madhya Pradesh. The sanctuary situated on the banks of the waterway shipra on top of Bhairav slopes. As per legends, amid the occasion when Lord Shiva was conveying the cadaver of his …

Bada Ganesh Ka Mandir

Arranged close to the tank of the Mahakaleshwar Temple, Bada Ganesh Ka Mandir is really popular for a huge red elaborate statue of Lord Ganesh. Flanking the god on both sides are Riddhi and Siddhi, goddesses meaning holiness, satisfaction, flourishing and wealth. The sanctuary likewise harbors a bronzed symbol of a five-confronted, panchmukhi, Hanuman. Alongside …