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where Goddess is waiting for Guru gorakhnath

You will be surprised to know these miracles of Hindu religion…

In Sanatan Dharma, the Mother Goddess is considered as a form of power. In such a situation, there are four major festivals, which are also known as Navratri, to worship the Mother Goddess every year. Out of these, two Navratri are Chaitra Navratri and Sharadiya Navratri respectively. At the same time, two Navratri is called Gupta Navratri, because it is very secret and secret. At the same time, Magha’s Gupta Navaratri is going on in the month of Magha. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about such a form of Mother Goddess. Even whose science has not understood the miracles in the temple.

Actually, the flame is coming out of this place of mother from unknown times, that is why it is called the temple of Jwaladevi. The temple of Jwaladevi is also one of the 51 Shaktipeeths, which is situated amidst Kalidhar Hill in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh.
According to the scriptures, the tongue (tongue) of Mother Sati fell in Jwaladevi. Jwalamukhi Temple is also called Jyoti Wali Ka Mandir and Nagarkot. A layer of gold is mounted on the top of the temple.

Jwaladevi temple has naturally been burning 9 flame without oil-wicking for centuries. The prominent Jwala Mata among the 9 Jwala, which is situated among the silver diyas, is called Mahakali. Mother Annapurna, Chandi, Hinglaj, Vindhyavasini, Mahalakshmi, Saraswati, Ambika and Anji Devi reside in the Jwaladevi Temple as the other 8 Jwalaas.

In Jwaladevi Shaktipeeth, there is another miracle apart from Mother’s flame. There is a place ‘Gorakh Dibbi’ near the temple complex. On seeing it, it seems that hot water will be boiling in this tank, while the water of the tank feels cold on touching. It is called the temple of Gorakhnath.

According to a legend, Guru Gorakhnath, an exclusive devotee of Mata, had served the mother here a lot and he also had a darshan of the mother. Once Gorakhnath was hungry, he told his mother to burn the fire and heat the water, I ask for alms. The mother lit the fire by burning the fire as told by her son and started waiting for Gorakhnath, but Gorakhnath had not yet returned.

It is said that even today, Mata is waiting for her devotee to light the flame. It is believed that when the Kali Yuga is over and the Satyuga will come again, Gorakhnath will return and visit the mother.