Maa Bala Sundari Temple Trilokpur
Maa Bala Sundari temple in Trilokpur, Himachal Pradesh is dedicated to Maa Bala Sundari, a childhood form of Maa Durga. Trilokpur is the place where It is believed Mata Vaishno Devi spent Her childhood. The name Trilokpur means three places. Besides Maa Bala Sundari, there are two other Durga Mata temples – Lalita Devi and Tripur Bhairavi Mata temples in the region.
Udupi Sri Krishna Math Temple
Sri Krishna Matha temple in Udupi is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is one of the leading religious destinations in India. The temple was established in the 13th century by Sri Madhwacharya, He was also the founder of the Dvaita School of Vedanta. Udupi is known as ‘Vaikunth ’- the Kingdom and Abode of God.
Sripada Srivallabha Temple Pithapuram
Sripada Srivallabha temple in Pithapuram is dedicated to Sripada Srivallabha, an incarnation of Lord Dattatreya. Pithapuram is the birthplace of Srivallabha and He is the first Avatar of Lord Dattatreya. Sripada Srivallabha spent His childhood here before leaving to seek enlightenment. Along with His idol, Srivallabha’s Padukas are also enshrined in this temple.
Modheshwari Mata Temple
Modheshwari Mata temple in Modheshwar is dedicated to Modheshwari Mata, who is a form of Mata Parvati. She is the ‘Kul Devi’ of the Modh community. Also known as Matangi Mata, this temple is one of the most important religious destinations in Gujarat. Modheshwari Mata is the destroyer of evil and protector of the virtuous.
Hyderabad Kalibari Temple
Hyderabad Kalibari temple in Hyderabad is dedicated to Maa Kali. The idol of Kali Mata was made in Chitpur, West Bengal and is a replica of the Kali Mata idol in Dakshineswar temple, Kolkata. Hyderabad Kalibari is Kali Mata’s abode in Hyderabad. It is also the devotional and cultural center for Bengali community in the Tech city.
Bhadra Maruti Temple Aurangabad
Bhadra Maruti temple in Khuldabad, near Aurangabad is dedicated to Lord Hanuman who is considered Lord Rama’s greatest devotee. Lord Hanuman was given the boon of immortality and to never grow old by Sita Mata. In this temple Lord Hanuman is in a reclining posture known as ‘Bhava Samadhi’ – forever immersed in Lord Rama.
Muktidham Temple Nashik
The Muktidham temple in Nashik is a unique temple dedicated not to just one God. The temple houses replicas of the 12 Jyotirlings of India and has idols of various deities. There is also a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and His most important discourse to Arjuna on the battlefield – The Bhagavad Gita, which is the very essence of Sanatan Dharma.
Khandoba Temple Jejuri
Khandoba temple in Jejuri, Maharashtra is dedicated to Lord Khandoba, an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Lord Khandoba is highly revered and there are a number of temples dedicated to Him across Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, but the Jejuri temple is the most prominent among them. Lord Khandoba is also known as Martand Bhairava
Shani Temple Shingnapur
Shani Temple in Shingnapur is dedicated to Shani Dev and is one of the most unique and remarkable temples in the country. Shani as a planet and as a God plays a very important role in our lives. The Shani temple in Shingnapur is a ‘Jagrut Mandir’ which means Shani Dev resides here and keeps a watchful eye on the town and its surroundings.
Mahavir Hanuman Mandir Patna
Mahavir Mandir in Patna, Bihar is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is one the biggest and leading temples of North India. This temple, situated in the heart of Patna city attracts thousands of devotees each day. Mahavir temple is known to be a ‘Manokamna Mandir’. Lord Hanuman is the prime devotee of Sri Ram. Here, the faithful and the devoted are never disappointed.
Tripurmalini Shakti Peeth Temple
Tripurmalini Shaktipeeth Temple in Jalandhar, Punjab is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of India. This spot is where the chest part of Mata Sati fell when Her body was cut into 51 parts by Lord Vishnu’s Sudarshan Chakra. Shakti Peeths in India are considered primeval store-houses and sources of Divine Energy. These temples have the greatest significance for devotees.
Shri Gaur Radha Raman Mandir Damoh
Shri Gaur Radha Raman Mandir in Damoh is dedicated to Radha -Krishna and is one of the temple centers of Shri Chaitanya Prem Bhakti Sangh. The Sangh was founded by His Divine Grace Shri Vasudev Sharanji Maharaj ‘Virahi’ to spread and preach the teachings of Sanatan Dharma as per holy texts, and to protect and promote Vedic culture.
Grishneshwar – Shravan Month All Monday Abhishek Puja
Abhishek Pooja is one of the Main pooja offered to Lord Shiva. One of the Abhishek Puja done especially in Shravan month is called “Shravan Month All Monday Abhishek Puja” This Puja is performed on every Monday of the Shravan month. This Abhishek Puja is performed at the Shiva Temple on behalf of the Devotee.
Grishneshwar – Laghu Rudrabhishek with Brahmbhojan
In the Laghu Rudrabhishek Prayog, the Yajurveda Ch.16, meaning the 5th chapter of Rudri or “Namaste” chapter is recited over and over again 121 times. After completing Puja Bhojan offer to all 11 Brahmin.
Grishneshwar – Panchamrut Abhishek
Lord Shiva is one of the most revered deities of Hinduism and one of the Trimurti Gods alongside Brahma and Vishnu. Various types of Pooja offered to Lord Shiv i.e. Rudrabhishek, Laghurudra Abhishek, Maha pooja Panchamrut Abhishek, etc.
Yamunotri – Maha Puja
Yamunotri is one of the most Sacred places of Chota Char Dham Yatra. The Shrine of Yamunotri at the source of river Yamuna. This temple is open around April end / May month up to October end or November month. During these 6 months of period lacks devotees visit the Yamunotri temple. They offered various Puja over there. Yamunotri Maha Puja is one of the Main Poojas perform there.
Khatu Shyamji – Rudrabhishek with Rudrashtadhyayi
The common name of Shukla Yajurvedi Rudrashtadhyayi is “Rudri”. Which consists of 8+ 2 = 10 chapters –
1.Sankalp Sukta 2. Purushsukta 3. Uttaranarayana Sukta 4. Apratishth Sukta 5. Maitrasukta 6. Rudrasukta 7. Mahichhar Sukta 8. Rudrajata 9. Namak-chamak10. Shanti Adhyaya 11. Swasti prarthana
Nasik Pejawar Mutt – Vastu Shanti Puja
Vastu Shanti puja is performed for Vastu Purush, Lord of directions and the five elements of nature (Earth, Water, Fire. Air and Sky) and to remove negative influences or Vastu Dosh from homes or offices to ensure a harmonious and happy life.
Nasik Pejawar Mutt – Graha Shanti Puja
Grah Shanti Puja is the Puja and ritual performed for Navagrahas for removing all the Grah Dosh of the person and family performing this Puja and Havan. This Puja is usually combined with Vastu Shanti Puja.