Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple Darshan Pligrimage Tour Package by Templeyatri

The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated

Shri Ganesh. It was originally built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil on

November 19, 1801.It is one of the richest temples in Mumbai, the present

generation of Patil is staying in state of anguish near the temple.

The temple has a small hall with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak. The wooden

doors to the shrine are engraved with images of the Ashtavinayak. The inner

roof of the sanctum is encrusted with gold, and the primary statue is of Ganesha.

In the periphery, there is a Hanuman temple as well.

Sanctified on 19 November 1801, the initial structure of the Siddhivinayak

Temple was a small 3.6 m x 3.6 m square brick structure with a dome-shaped

brick . The temple was built by the contractor Laxman Vithu Patil. The building

was funded by a rich Agri woman named Deubai Patil. Childless, Deaubai built

the temple so that the Lord should give children to other barren women.

Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj, a devotee of the Hindu saint Akkalkot Swami

Samarth, buried two divine idols in the front of the managing deity of the

temple on the orders of his guru. As portended by Swami Samarth, after 21

years after the burial of the icons, a mandar tree grew at that spot with

a svayambhu Ganesha in its branches.

In the 1950s and 60s, the glory of the temple spread and a symbolic number of

devotees began visiting. However, in the same period, the owner of the plot sold

some of the temple land, contracting the complex area. After 1975, the number

of devotees expanded greatly.
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Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra Temple Tour Packages By templeyatri

There is famous Rigvedic Verse that says “Ekam Sat ” that is “There is one Being ,the sages call Him by many names.” The God (Parmeshwar) has three deities who carry on the world .This is Known as Holy Trinity. Brahma- the creator, Vishnu – the perpetuator of life and Shiva (Mahesh ) -the purifier and perpetuator of good and destroyer of evil. Rig Veda refer Shiva as Rudra as in its following verse . “We Worship Tryambaka (Rudra) , Who spread Fragrance and Increases Nourishment , May He release me ,like the cucumber from its stem , From Mortal Life , But not From Immorality . “(Rig Veda Mandal VII Sukta 59 and Mantra 12)

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The Yajurveda describes Shiva as ascetic warrior Whose robe is of Deer Skin and He carries Trishul .

According to the verse Satyam, Shivam ,Sundaram ,the life is described as having three facets Truth (Satyam), Good (Shivam) and the Beautiful (Sundaram).

Shiva is a living God. The most Sacred and ancient books of India, the Rig Veda narrates His presence in the hymns. Vedic myths, rituals and even astronomy testifies to His existence from the dawn of time .The Mohindaro and Harapa findings confirm Shiva worship in the ancient India. According to the older scriptures, He has three places of His residence. One is Kailash Parvat another is Lohit Giri under which Brahamputra flows and third is Muzwan Parvat .
The Amarnath Cave has special significance.


The Legend about the importance of Amarnath Cave is as follows :-
This is The Cave which was chosen by Bhole Shankar for narrating the secrets of immortality and creation of Universe to Maa Parvati ji . The story goes like this . Centuries ago Maa Parvati asked Shiv ji to let her know why and when He started wearing the beads of heads ( Mund Mala) . Bhole Shankar replied when ever you are born I add one more head in my beads . Maa Parvati said ,” My Lord, my body is destroyed every time and I die again and again, but you are Immortal. Please let me know the secret of this .” Bhole Shankar replied that it is due to Amar Katha .”
Maa Parvati insisted that she may be told that secret. For long Shiva ji continued postponing . Finally on consistent demand from Maa Parvati He made up his mind to tell the immortal secret . He started for lonely place where no living being could listen it . He choose Amarnath Cave . In preparation to that He left His Nandi ( The Bull which He used to ride ) at Pahalgam (Bail gaon) . At Chandanwari He released Moon from his hairs (Jataon). At the banks of Lake Sheshnag He released the snakes . He decided to leave his Son Ganesha at Mahagunas Parvat (Mahaganesh Hill ) . At Panjtarni, Shivji left the Five Elements behind (Earth , Water, Air , Fire and Sky) which make living being . He is the Lord of these elements. It is believed that as a symbol of sacrificing the earthly world , Shivaji and Maa Parvati had Tandav Dance . After leaving behind all these, Bhole Shankar enters the Holy Amarnath Cave along with Parvati Maa . Lord Shiva takes his Samadhi on the Deer Skin and concentrate . To ensure that no living being is able to hear the Immortal Tale , He created Rudra named Kalagni and ordered him to spread fire to eliminate every living thing in and around the Holy Cave . After this He started narrating the secret of immortality to Maa Parvati . But as a matter of chance one egg which was lying beneath the Deer skin remained protected . It is believed to be non living and more over it was protected by Shiva -Parvati Asan (Bed) . The pair of pigeons which were born out of this egg became immortal having listened the secret of immortality (Amar Katha).
Many pilgrims report seeing the pair of pigeons when they trek the arduous route to pay their obeisance before the Ice-Lingam (the phallic symbol of Shiva).


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Important temples:The holy cave of Mata Vaishno Devi, Adkuwari,Charan Paduka, Bhairon Mandir
Location : The holy cave is located in the folds of three mountains called Trikuta , at an   altitude of 5,200ft, in north-western Himalaya.
Distance: 12 km NE of katre, 62km NE of Jammu
Route from Jammu: NH1A to dormel; district road to Katra; trek to Vaishno Devi.
Timings: The shrine is open round—the-lock throughout the year. The cave is closed for darshan for 2 hrs, for aarti at sunrise and sunset.
Related info: There is no fee for darshan. But special darshan is possible in the Shraddha Suman Vishesh Puja Aarti. As the cave has very limited space, only five people are allowed to participate in this aarti for a payment of Rs 11,000. Reservations can be made at the Niharika Complex, Katra (see Fact File), or through the website (maavaishnodevi. org). Daily havans are performed near the cave. A family of five can participate by paying Rs 5,100. This havan can also be done in the name of devotees if they send the requisite amount through procedures specified on the website (Rs 1,100 for five persons). Prasad is sent by post.
Offerings: The main offerings inside the holy cave are red chunnis, saris, silver or gold ornaments, dry fruits and flowers. Sweets and food items aren’t allowed inside the cave. If you are carrying a coconut, you need to deposit it at a counter in the main waiting hall, against a slip. After puia, a coconut can be reclaimed from another counter after darshan. No coconuts are allowed to be broken near the holy cave. Pilgrims generally take a bath before darshan. Bathing facilities are available near the cave. The most important festivals at the shrine are: Chaim Navaratra (Mar-Apr) and Sharad Navaratra (Sep Oct) when the Shat Chandi Yagna is organiml to! peace and the prosperity of mankind. Diwali h also celebrated with great fervour
Where to stay: In Katra, yatris also have the option of staying at one of the many private hotels there. Prices vary from day to day and rates are negotiable. There are many options provides by Maa Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, JKTDC and IRCTC.
Where to eat: Vegetarian food is available in Katra and all along the route. The Shrine Board runs no- profit, no-loss food counters at the Bhavan. Smoking and drinking are prohibited during the entire yatra.
When to go:  The yatra is open through the year. Peak crowds are seen in May, June and July, and during the festive period of the Navamtras (Mar-Apr and Sep-Oct). Year end/ New Year vacations in December also) witness huge number of devotees there.