Despite all the researches, their secrets are not even known …
There are many temples in India which are considered miraculous and mysterious. Even on many temples, despite many researches by scientists, their secrets could not be revealed.
In such a situation, on Monday, we are going to tell you about one such Shiva temple, which if called mysterious will not be wrong. Because it is said that, the stones present in this temple give a sound like damaru.
Actually, this Shiva temple is claimed to be the tallest Shiva temple in Asia. The temple is located in Solan, Himachal Pradesh, also known as Jatoli Shiva Temple.
Built in South-Dravidian style, this temple is about 111 feet in height. The temple building is a unique piece of construction art, which is made on sight.
With regard to the sound of damru coming on the stones of this temple, people believe that it signifies the presence of Lord Shiva. This is the reason that no one ever returns empty-handed with Bholenath coming at this rate. All their wishes are fulfilled. Everyone is surprised to see the beauty and artistry of the temple.
According to belief, Lord Shiva came here during the mythological period and stayed for some time. Later in the 1950s a Baba named Swami Krishnananda Paramahansa came here. On whose guidance and directions, the construction work of Jatoli Shiva Temple started.
In the year 1974, he laid the foundation of this temple. Although he took samadhi in 1983, the construction work of the temple was not stopped but its work started to be seen by the temple management committee.
Donation money was made
It took nearly 39 years for this temple to be fully prepared. The most special thing about this temple built at a cost of crores of rupees is that it has been constructed with the money donated by the devotees of the country and abroad.
This is the reason why it took more than three decades to be made. Statues of various deities are installed in this temple, while the temple has a crystal gem Shivalinga installed inside it.
Apart from this, idols of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are also installed here. At the same time, a huge 11 feet high gold urn is also installed at the upper end of the temple, which makes it very special.