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One of the 108 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is recognized here

Such a temple exists where Guru Gorakhnath’s Dhuni …

You may have heard or seen many temples and miracles in some temples in the country, but do you know that there is also a temple in the country which is called the assembly of gods. The temple is also recognized as one of the 108 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

Not only this, right next to this temple is the Dhunibhi of Guru Gorakhnath, which burns continuously, in addition to the Dhuni of Guru Gorakhnath, there is also another Dhuni in the temple courtyard, in front of which Jagar (worship to call the gods) is also performed.

In fact, Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand, which is called the ‘Tapasthali’ of sages and goddesses, is famous worldwide for its traditions and mysteries. The divinity of this Devbhoomi is described in the Vedas and the scriptures. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about a temple in Devbhoomi, Uttarakhand, where armament is completed but not prasad but archer. This is evident in the large number of bow and bow in the temple. The name of this temple is Biandhura and this temple is situated in the Byndhura region in the middle of the mountains. Let’s know about this temple…

Although there are many temples in Devbhoomi Uttarakhand, but the bow is famous for offering bow after the vow is completed in the Byndhura temple. There is a belief about this temple that if a childless couple prays and worships to get a child, then their wish is fulfilled quickly and then the bow and arrow or weapons are offered to the temple. It is also said about the temple that even if someone kirtin by burning an ignited flame, his wish is fulfilled.

Bainadhura temples are an ancient and popular temple located in Champawat district of Devbhoomi Uttarakhand. These temples are located in the middle of the jungle, on the top of the hill, about 35 km from the road in the border of Nainital and Champawat, on an area called Byndhura. The word Baiandhura means the peak of Baan and the mountain on which this temple is situated, its shape is like a bow. The idi deity is enshrined in this temple. Although many temples of Adi Devta will be found in Kunmaun, but the mythology of this temple is more. The Edi deity sits in this temple and one of the 108 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is recognized here. For this reason, in Kumaon, it is known as the Assembly of Gods.

The Edi deity located in the Byndhura temple is worshiped in the later times by the King Edi folk gods and where this temple is situated, King Edi did penance here. The king attained divinity by the power of his tenacity. King Adi Dhanush was quite adept at Vigha and one of his forms incarnated as Arjuna in the Mahabharata period. The Pandavas made this area their abode during the period of unknown life. At the same time, Arjuna hid his Gandiv bow here under the top of the mountain, which still exists today.

It is said that only the avatar of the god Adi can lift that bow. The Mughals invaded this area many times but due to the miraculous power of the Byndhura region, they could not move beyond the mountain. Just a short distance from the Byndhura temple is Guru Gorakhnath’s fumigation, which continues to burn. Along with this another Dhuni is located in the temple. A grand fair is organized in this temple on Makar Sankranti, Chaitra Navratri and Maghi Poornamasi.

Situated in the middle of the mountain, this temple is famous not only for beliefs but also for its beautiful view. Surrounded by mountains surrounded by panoramic natural beauty, Bainadhura Temple is a very important place from its mythological and historical point of view. The beautiful views here attract tourists a lot. Rivers and mountains further enhance the Shyam of the Byndhura temple.

Understand like this…
Apart from the Mahabharata period, there was a period of Bahari invaders in the Mughal and Hunakal in this region but these invaders could not move beyond the peak towards the mountains due to the miraculous power of the Byndhura region. Chhatras, dhwajas, pennants, quince, bells, etc. are offered in most of the temples of the mountainous region to fulfill wishes, but Byandhura is a place where bow and arrow are worshiped.

How ancient the Byndhura temples are has not been confirmed yet, but it can be inferred by looking at the pile of bow and arrow etc. in the temple complex that this temple of AD deity is a mythological temple. In the Byndhura temple, iron bow and arrow are offered to the deity of Adi, while there is a tradition of offering weapons and weapons to other deities.

Guru Gorakhnath’s Dhoni is here
It is said that in the pile of weapons here, a hundred hearts heavy bow of the god Eidi is also present. Just next to this temple is the Dhuni of Guru Gorakhnath, which burns continuously and apart from the Dhuni of Guru Gorakhnath, there is another Dhuni in the temple courtyard, in front of which Jagar is organized.

According to the priest of the Byandhura temple, people from the Terai region to the entire Kumaon region come to worship the Virajta Aidi and other deities in the temple. There is a belief about the Byndhura temple that night awakening with a burning lamp in the temple provides a boon and especially after the desire of childless couples is fulfilled, and after the wish is fulfilled in the temple, the devotee donates the cow in the temple and To appease the deity, Aidi presents the bow and arrow and other weapons. In addition to the day of Makar Sankranti in the temple, a grand fair is organized on Chaitra Navratra, Maghi Poornamasi.