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This is a temple counted as one of the Sakthi Peedams. It is here that Devi Sati/Parvathi's tongue fell after she entered the fire in Daksha's place. There are about 12 spots where through the gap gas comes out and upon lighting gives out fire....More
I visited this rare and ancient temple located in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh after almost 15 years. Considered as most ancient temple in lower Himalayas, it is one of the Devi peethas or Shakti peethas associated with legend of Sati. There are nine bright...More
Built around a natural fire coming out from the mountain, the Jwalaji temple is unique amongst other similar temples. There are stories of Mughal invaders trying to douse the fire, but failed and turned into followers themselves.
Like most of other such temples, at times...More
this was a special experience when you went there. it was all sudden plan to went there. but once we reach the mood inside is all drowning in the bhakti of maa jwala. it was crowded but once you get the darshan of maa you...More
We left from Nurpur region at around 6.30 AM and reached near 8.30 AM. At that time, not all shops on the roofed path leading to the temple were not open yet (except for food shops), but it was already relatively crowded. We had a...More
Maa Jwala is our "Mother Goddess", as we have been hearing since childhood.
All our ancestors have been praying her and obeying her instructions.
The place is locates in Kangra hills of Himachal Pradesh. The english meaning of Jwalamukhi is Volcano. The strange thing about...More
Brijeshwari is Kangra Town proper,Taradevi is just few feets of stairs from Jwalamukhi temple , Bagla mukhi is near to Jwalamukhi near Ranital on the way to Kangra from Jwalamukhi albeit about 2 KM diversion, There is... More
Brijeshwari is Kangra Town proper,Taradevi is just few feets of stairs from Jwalamukhi temple , Bagla mukhi is near to Jwalamukhi near Ranital on the way to Kangra from Jwalamukhi albeit about 2 KM diversion, There is Bhairon temple as you climb up the hill from Jwalamukhi via GorakhTibbi or tara Devi with a new road being built via Maya Hotel ( it might be Bhairavi temple )There is Ashtbhuja temple in Bohan near samshan Ghat in Jwalamukhi very ancient puranik tantrik temple, There is Naina Devi near Anandpur saheb where eyes fell, I am local and will further research the other three swarups of Devi Maa.