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To tie. On the first Monday of the month of Sawan, there was a contest among devotees to perform Jalabhishek and Milk Bhishek in the Shivalayas. The temple grounds echoed for hours with the sound of har-har, bomb bombs. The temple on the city’s famous Bambeshwar Mountain was full of Shiva devotees.
The temple was soaked with the scent of camphor and incense and incense sticks. The believers had to queue for a long time to worship the Shivling, who is located in a cave about 6 meters deep. Fruit, flowers, bell leaves, etc. were offered. Large numbers of believers also bowed their heads in Siddha Baba Square, which is on top of the mountain.
According to the Corona guidelines, the devotees were given darshan. The police were stationed in the temple. Female police officers were also used. Only 10 to 15 people were allowed to enter the cave at a time. There was a nice view around the temple. The fire brigade was also on duty.
Those who keep their vows have lit lamps in the cave of the Bambeshwar Temple. Apart from that, devotees also offered prayers in the Shivlings in Panchanand Ashram Rajghat Road, Sankat Mochan, Kali Devi, Maheshwari Devi, Singhvahini Temple, Marhimata etc.
Until late at night, the pagoda resonated with Har Har Mahadev and Ghanta Gharials. On the other hand, the Shivling was founded in the cave of Maharishi Bamdev. Experts say there is no specific mention about the statue’s erection. Experts say that it is mentioned in the scriptures that Lord Rama came here thousands of years ago to meet Maharishi Bamdev while going to Chitrakoot during his exile in Satyuga.
Maharishi Bamdev founded the Shivling with the help of penance. Lord Shri Ram who met Maharishi also worshiped here. The special thing is that there is no nandiya in this Shiva temple, but the lamp is on.

To tie. On the first Monday of the month of Sawan, there was a contest among devotees to perform Jalabhishek and Milk Bhishek in the Shivalayas. The temple grounds echoed for hours with the sound of har-har, bomb bombs. The temple on the city’s famous Bambeshwar Mountain was full of Shiva devotees.

The temple was soaked with the scent of camphor and incense and incense sticks. The believers had to queue for a long time to worship the Shivling, who is located in a cave about 6 meters deep. Fruit, flowers, bell leaves, etc. were offered. Large numbers of believers also bowed their heads in Siddha Baba Square on top of the mountain.

According to the Corona guidelines, the devotees were given darshan. The police were stationed in the temple. Female police officers were also used. Only 10 to 15 people were allowed to enter the cave at a time. There was a nice view around the temple. The fire brigade was also on duty.

Those who keep their vows have lit lamps in the cave of the Bambeshwar Temple. Apart from that, devotees also offered prayers in the Shivlings in Panchanand Ashram Rajghat Road, Sankat Mochan, Kali Devi, Maheshwari Devi, Singhvahini Temple, Marhimata etc.

Until late at night, the pagoda resonated with Har Har Mahadev and Ghanta Gharials. On the other hand, the Shivling was founded in the cave of Maharishi Bamdev. Experts say there is no specific mention about the statue’s erection. Experts say that it is mentioned in the scriptures that Lord Rama came here thousands of years ago to meet Maharishi Bamdev while going to Chitrakoot during his exile in Satyuga.

Maharishi Bamdev founded the Shivling with the help of penance. Lord Shri Ram who met Maharishi also worshiped here. The special thing is that there is no nandiya in this Shiva temple, but the lamp is on.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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