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Interesting & Unknown Facts About Indian Temples

Myjyotish Expert Updated 01 Apr 2021 03:11 PM IST
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Indian temples have always some untold histories & mysteries behind them. In India there are some ancient unique temples located, with those temples, there are stories, legends & myths associated which are hard to believe for a modernized realistic person. Let us look at some of the interesting facts about those temples.

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Rameshwar Temple
This temple is a 250-year-old temple & located close to Vidyadhar Gardens in the proximity of an old ghat in Jaipur. This temple was built on the order of Maharaja Ram Singh, who is believed to be a devotee of Lord Shiva. the shrine has been named after him, Rameshwar Temple is surrounded by beautiful green gardens of the fort but what makes it an appealing religious place is that the idol of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and their children Lord Ganesha and Kartikeya have been kept apart from each other. 

Jwala Ji Temple
Jwala Ji temple is one of the famous Hindu temples which is in the city of Kanpur at Gandhi Nagar. there are 7 Jyoti’s (flames) that constantly burn in this temple. There were many scientific kinds of research & many other Geologists have also tried to find the source of these burning flames but the reason behind these constantly burning flames was not found. This Temple is dedicated to Goddess- Jwala Devi & the flame is burning continuously since the first date of its known history.

Kedarnath Temple
The tragedy which took place in Kedarnath was never forgettable when the multi-day cloud burst centred on the north Indian state of Uttarakhand which caused the great flood in that region. Even after such a massive flood the Nandi statue & other idols in that temple were intact. The tourists & the people who were there were also survived & were rescued even after such a dangerous cloud burst.

Balaji Temple, Rajasthan
This temple is situated in the Dausa district of Rajasthan, devotees from all over India visit this temple to get rid of any negativity or evil spirits. The interesting Fact is the people who visit that temple to cure themselves do many strange things like they put hot water on their head which not even harm them, chaining themselves, pelting heavy stones on others, etc. There is a belief that once they are cured and when they walk out from the temple they don’t look back as this may indicate if you don’t look back then the evil spirit won’t follow you anymore.

Stambheshwar Mahadev
Stambheshwar Mahadev temple can only be visited during the low tide hours & is located within the Bay of Khambhat in the Arabian Sea, Vadodara, Gujarat. even though this temple is remaining in water many times for many years, Shockingly the temple is never damaged by the water.
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