10 mysterious Temples of India, nobody has found their mystery till now

Top 10 Mysterious Temples of India

In ancient times, when the temples were built, Vastu and astronomy were kept in mind. Apart from this, the King-Maharaja concealed his treasure and built a temple on it and used to make different routes to reach the treasure.In addition to this there are some temples in India which are neither related to Vastu nor from astronomy nor do they The secret of these temples has been known to the treasure till date. We have gathered information for you about such 10 temples.There are thousands of mysterious temples in India, but here are some of the 10 famous mysterious temples that you will be surprised to know.

Jawala Devi Temple, Himachal : 

The temple of Jwaladevi is located 30 km south of the Kangra valley of Himachal. This mother is one of Sati’s 51 Shaktipeethas. Here the mother’s tongue fell. For thousands of years fire is coming out from the mouth of the Goddess located here. This temple was discovered by the Pandavas.

Another attraction of this place is the copper pipes from which the natural gas flows. There are 9 different flames in this temple, which are dedicated to different ladies. According to scientists, this may be the fire of a dead volcano.

The 9 flames of ignorance in the temple of Jawaladevi, thousands of years old, are a form of 9 goddesses Mahakali, Mahalaxmi, Saraswati, Annapurna, Chandi, Vandhavasini, Hinglaj Bhavani, Ambika and Anjaana Devi. It is said that in Satyuga, the great devotee of Mahakali, King Bhalchand, was inspired by the dream and built this magnificent temple. Anyone who has come with a true heart to visit this mysterious temple, all his wishes are fulfilled.

Kaal Bhairav Temple, Ujjain:

Though all know about this temple that here idol of Bhairav ​​is idolized, therefore, there is liquor in place of Prasad in the temple here. This wine is also distributed in the form of offerings. It is said that Kaal Bhairav ​​Nath is the protector of this city. Wine is available 12 months and 24 hours a year outside this temple.

Khajuraho Temples, Madhya Pradesh:

After all, what was the reason that the king of that era created a complete chain of temples dedicated to sex? This secret is still intact today. Khajuraho is a small town situated in the Chhattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, India, but still, if any other name is seen in the most visited and visited tourist destinations after the Taj Mahal in India, it is Khajuraho. Khajuraho is an important example of Indian Arya architecture and architecture.

Chandel rulers constructed these temples between 900 to 1130 AD. The earliest mention of these temples in history is that of Abu Rihan al-Baruni (1022 AD) and the Arab Musafir ibn Batuta. Art connoisseur Chandel Rajas had constructed around 84 unmatched and luxurious temples, but only 22 temples have been discovered so far. These temples belong to Shaiva, Vaishnava and Jain sects

Ajnta-Ellora, Aurangabad Maharashtra:

Ajanta-Ellora caves are located near Maharashtra’s Aurangabad city. These caves are made by cutting large rocks. 29 caves are in Ajanta and 34 caves are in Ellora. These caves have been preserved in the form of World Heritage. They were built by the rulers of the Rashtrakut dynasty. The mystery of these caves is still being researched. Here the sage-munni and the hunger used to perform deep meditation and meditation.

These 30 caves located on the hills of Sahyadri, there are about 5 Prayer Bhawan and 25 Buddhist monasteries. These caves built in the shape of horse cord are of very ancient and historical importance. They have been depicted in Buddhist religion from 200 BC to 650 AD. In these caves, the effect of the triennial confluence of the faith shown towards Hindu, Jain and Buddhist religions is found. The 12 caves on the south side of Buddhism (based on the Mahayana sect), 17 caves of the central Hindu religion and 5 caves of the north are based on Jainism.

Kamakhya Temple, Assam:

The Kamakhya Temple has been called as the stronghold of the Tantrikas. One of the 51 Shakti Peeths of Mother is considered to be the most important. It is located in Assam’s Guwahati. Here the statue of Tripurasundari, Matangi and Kamala is mainly established. On the other hand, seven other forms of statue have been installed in different temples, surrounded by the main temple.

Mythological belief is that once a year, Mother Bhagwati is celebrated during the festival of Ambuwa and blood flow from the Mahamudra (vaginal pilgrimage) located in the Garbhagri of Maa Bhagwati, for three days continuously from the place of flow of water. Books about the wonders and mysteries of this temple have been filled. There are thousands of such stories that reveal the miraculous and mysteriousness of this temple.

Somnath Temple, Gujrata:

The Somnath Temple is an important Hindu temple, which is counted among the 12 Jyotirlingas as the first Jyotirling. In ancient times, its Shivaling was swinging in the air, but the invaders broke it. It is believed that 24 Shivlings were established, in which Shivalinga of Somnath was situated in the middle. These shivlagans include the Shiva of Kaba located in Mecca. Some of these Shivling come below the Cancer line located in the sky.

It is said that this temple was built in the Veraval port of Saurashtra region of Gujarat by Chanddev himself. It is also mentioned in Rig Veda. This place is considered to be the most mysterious. This was the main place for the Yaduvanshi. This temple has been destroyed 17 times so far and it was rebuilt every time.

Here Lord Krishna had died. Srikrishna was resting on the Bhaluka pilgrimage, only after the hunter struck the Padma-Chin in the foot of his feet and struck an arrow in deception, only then Krishna left the body and left Vaikunth from here. This beautiful place has a beautiful Krishna temple.

Shani-Shingnapur, Maharashtra:

There are many temples of Sun god Shani Dev in the country. One of them is the Chief Shani Temple of Shinganapur located in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. The specialty of this world famous Saturn temple is that the stone statue of Saturn here is immortalized on a marble terrace under the open sky of an umbrella or dome.

Here in Shiganapur city there is the fear of Lord Satna Maharaj that there is no window, door and safe in most of the houses in the city. If the doors are replaced then only the curtains. That’s because there is no theft here. It is said that Shani Maharaj gives the punishment to anyone who steals. Many direct examples are seen here. There are millions of people coming from all over the world here on Saturday to get rid of Saturn’s wrath.

Mount kailash:

This is a very sacred place in Mansarovar in the highest range of the Himalayas. According to legendary beliefs here Lord Mahadev is himself seated. It is the center of earth. Located near the Kailash Mansarovar, situated at the highest point in the world, Kailash and further Mount Meru are located. This whole region is said to be Shiva and Devaloka. The glory of this place, filled with mysteries and wonders, is full of the Vedas and mythologies.

Kailash Mountain is 22,068 feet above sea level and is located in Tibet in the northern region of the Himalayas. Since Tibet is under China, Kailash comes to China, which is the spiritual center of the four religions-Tibetan religion, Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism. Four rivers of Kailash Mountain originate from 4 rivers – Brahmaputra, Indus, Sutlej and Karnali.

Devi Kanyakumari Temple:

Kanyakumari Point is considered to be the lowest part of India. Here is the temple of Kumari Devi on the beach itself. Here the girl form of Mother Parvati is worshiped. It is the only place in the country where men will have to clothe themselves above the waist in order to enter the temple.

According to mythological beliefs, due to the lack of Goddess’s marriage in this place, the remaining lentils-bavans became pebbles later on. It is said that only during the Kanyakumari or in the sand there are many pebbles of lentils and rice. The surprising question is that these pebbles can be seen as the size of pulses or rice.

Natural Beauty: If you have visited the temple, then see the sunrise and sunset here too. Kanyakumari is famous for its ‘Sunrise’ view. In the morning, a huge crowd of tourists gathered at the roof of every guesthouse for the reception of the sun. It is also memorable to see the dawn sun in the Arabian Sea in the evening. There is also a sunset point about 2-3 kilometers to the north.

Karni Mata Temple, Bikaner Rajashatn:

This temple of Karani Mata is situated in Bikaner (Rajasthan), a very unique temple. There are approximately 20 thousand black mice in this temple. Millions of tourists and pilgrims come here to fulfill their wishes. The temple of ‘Karani Devi’, which is considered to be the incarnation of Durga, is also called ‘Temple of the Rats’.

Here mice are called rats and they are fed regularly and are protected. There are so many mice that you have to move and walk. If a rat comes under your feet then it is considered as bad. It is said that even if a rat passed over your feet, then the Goddess has been pleased on you and if you look at the white rat, then your desire is fulfilled.


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