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Interesting Facts about Lingeshwari Mata Mandir

Interesting Facts about Lingeshwari Mata Mandir
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Beliefs, beliefs and faith are settled in every corner of India and a living example of this is such a unique temple of Mother Goddess, whose doors open only once a year for darshan. The temple of Jhatibaan Lingeshwari Mata located in Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh is famous for its recognition across the country. It is also known as Alor Temple. This is such a temple of Bholenath, where Shivling is worshiped in female form.

Interesting Facts about Lingeshwari Mata Mandir

Every year on the Wednesday following the Navami of Shukla Paksha in the month of Bhadrapada, the doors of this temple are opened for the devotees. Devotees worship and worship the Mother Goddess throughout the day. After this, as soon as the evening comes, the doors of the temple are closed again for a year by fixing the stone rock. The unique thing about this temple is that the devotees have to crawl till here for darshan.

There is Some Belief here

There are many surprising beliefs about this temple. Experts here tell that most of the devotees who come to this temple ask for a vow to have a child. According to the custom here, couples who have come to have a child have to offer cucumber to the Mother Goddess here. After getting the cucumber back in the prasad, the couple has to break the cucumber into two pieces by making an incision with their fingernail at the same place and then both of them have to take the prasad in front of them. It is believed that by doing this the empty lap of that couple gets filled within a year.

The Signs Found here Predict

Another belief is that when the doors of this temple are opened after a year, some signs are found here, seeing which the priests predict the future of the next year. If the footprint of an elephant is made, then progress, hoof of a horse, then the situation of war, the symbol of a lotus, then increase in wealth, the claw of a cat, then fear-destruction, if there is a footprint of a hen, it is considered a sign of famine.

How to Reach

Travel 242 km from Raipur Railway Station and 67 km from Dilmili Railway Station and reach Kondagaon, from there you will get the means to go to the temple.

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