The doors of the Prithvinath Temple do not open in Sawan

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Gondola. The month-long mass on the occasion of the Sawan month in the mythical Prithvinath Shiva temple of antiquity will not take place this time regarding covid 19. At the same time, the temple will be closed for a month. Large numbers of female and male devotees came here regularly to perform Jalabhishek and worship on the huge Shivlat.
The Prithvinath Temple is three kilometers west of Khargupur Nagar Panchayat. It is believed that Bhima founded Shivling during his exile. This Shivling is said to come from ancient times. The five and a half foot tall shivling that was erected in the temple is made of black and rare stones.
The experts of this hilltop temple say that one of its generals worshiped and renovated the temple during the Mughal period. This Shivling, founded by Bhima, was gradually absorbed into the ground.
Later, with the permission of Raja Guman Singh of Khargupur, Prithvi Singh, a resident of that place, started digging for the construction of the house. That same night, in a dream, it was found that Shiva of the seven divisions was buried under it.
After that, Prithvi Singh had the entire hill excavated again, and a huge shivling appeared. After that, he began to worship in Havan. Since then, its name has become famous as the Prithvinath Temple and has become the center of faith for a large number of people.
It is said that about three decades ago, in a letter from the then MP Anand Singh, during an investigation by the Archaeological Department, it was found that the Shivling located in the said temple is Asia’s largest Shivling, dating from the Mahabharata period. five thousand years ago. People believe that worshiping with a sincere heart here and practicing jalabhishek will bring the desired results.
On the occasion of Shravan Month, the Fair and Jalabhishek program should run for one month from Sunday, July 25th. But because of covid 19, the program of jalabhishek and worship on the huge shivling of the temple will be closed. The temple is also closed in the month of Sawan.
Jagdamba Prasad Tiwari, the temple’s high priest, said that the devotees should do jalabhishek, worship archana, rudrabhishek, mahamrityunjaya japa, shringar puja, etc. in their own homes. The inspector in charge, Ashok Kumar Sonkar, said that sufficient police forces were being deployed on the temple grounds to prevent believers from reaching the temple.

Gondola. The month-long mass on the occasion of the month of Sawan in the mythological Prithvinath Shiva temple of antiquity will not take place this time regarding covid 19. At the same time, the temple will be closed for a month. Large numbers of male and female devotees came here daily to perform jalabhishek and to worship on the huge Shivlat.

The Prithvinath Temple is three kilometers west of Khargupur Nagar Panchayat. It is believed that Bhima founded Shivling during his exile. This Shivling is said to come from ancient times. The five and a half foot tall shivling that was erected in the temple is made of black and rare stones.

The experts of this hilltop temple say that one of its generals worshiped and renovated the temple during the Mughal period. This Shivling, founded by Bhima, was gradually absorbed into the ground.

Later, with the permission of Raja Guman Singh of Khargupur, Prithvi Singh, a resident of that place, began digging for the construction of the house. That same night, in a dream, it was found that Shiva of the seven divisions was buried under it.

After that, Prithvi Singh had the entire hill excavated again, and a huge shivling appeared. After that he began to worship in Havan. Since then, its name has become famous as the Prithvinath Temple and has become the center of faith for a large number of people.

It is said that about three decades ago, in a letter from the then MP Anand Singh, during an investigation by the Archaeological Department, it was found that the Shivling located in the said temple is Asia’s largest Shivling, dating from the Mahabharata period. five thousand years ago. People believe that worshiping with a sincere heart here and performing Jalabhishek will bring the desired results.

On the occasion of Shravan Month, the Fair and Jalabhishek program should run for one month from Sunday, July 25th. But because of covid 19, the program of jalabhishek and worship on the huge shivling of the temple will be closed. The temple is also closed in the month of Sawan.

Jagdamba Prasad Tiwari, the temple’s high priest, said that the devotees should do jalabhishek, worship archana, rudrabhishek, mahamrityunjaya japa, shringar puja, etc. in their own homes. The inspector in charge, Ashok Kumar Sonkar, said that sufficient police forces were being deployed on the temple grounds to prevent believers from reaching the temple.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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