Bhubhta/Ashes of havan goes from here to America, Australia and UAE

– 12 February: Magh Gupta Navratri begins, Kumbh Sankranti …
– Know the glory of Raj Rajeshwari, the Goddess of Devbhoomi…

The second month of 2021 is going to start in February. In such a situation, one of the major festivals of Sanatan Dharma, Gupta Navratri will also be started this month. Actually on 12 February 2021, Magh Gupta Navratri will start with the Kumbh Sankranti.

In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about such a wonderful Devi temple, where greenery is distributed as Prasad for Navratri. You can also understand the unwavering faith in this Siddhapeeth in such a way that the ash of the Havan-Yajna here goes abroad through the post office.

Actually today we are telling you about a form of Goddess Maa Bhagwati which is known as Maa Raj-Rajeshwari Devi. Here the mother Raj-Rajeshwari Devi resides in a house made of plateau instead of temple.

Sri Rajarajeshwari Siddhpeeth which is located 18 km from Srinagar Garhwal in Devbhoomi Uttaranchal. People come here to visit the mother throughout the year. Siddhpeetha of Shri Raj Rajeshwari, the goddess of wealth, wealth, yoga and salvation, lies in Devalgarh amidst dense forests and villages.

Rajarajeshwari, known for spirituality since ancient times, was also considered by many King Maharaj to be its total goddess. In today’s era, there has been no decrease in the devotees of the mother. Visitors of the country and abroad reach Devalgarh for the philosophy of Siddhpeeth and ask for vows.

It is said that Ajaypal, who was the King of Garhwal, changed the capital from Chandpur Garhi to Devalgarh as the capital. After which Ajaypal built a temple in Devalgarh as a plateau building. This sample of amazing tenancy still surprises everyone. It is here that Goddess Rajarajeshwari is worshiped.

After this Sriyantra was brought from Chandpur Garhi and installed in a temple built in Devalgarh. Apart from this, Shri Mahishmardini Yantra and Kameshwari Yantra were also installed in this Rajarajeshwari temple. It is said that it is a matter of 1512 AD.

The main feature of Rajarajeshwari temple …
The main feature of Rajarajeshwari temple is that the mother does not live in the temple. Therefore the idol and instruments of the temple are kept in the building. Here special rituals, recitations, and havans take place according to routine.

Hariyali is distributed as Prasad for the nine-day Navratra with the worship of instruments from the first Navratra. The priests of this Siddhapeeth say that from 10 September 1981, the tradition of Akhand Jyoti started in the Peeth.
Apart from this, the tradition of Havan continues every day for the past several years. It is also said that the awakened Shriyantra is also established here in Uttarakhand.

There is unwavering faith in foreign …
Not only the country but people living abroad also have unwavering faith in this Siddh Peetha, perhaps this is the reason why the ashes of the Havan-Yagya are sent abroad through the post office. Which includes Saudi Arabia, Australia, London, America.

It is from this point that you can gauge the strength of this Shaktipeeth. The pandits of this temple tell that servants are kept by them for arranging cleanliness on Navratri as well.








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