Monday, February 13, 2012

AMBAJI MANDIR, SANADAR

AMBAJI MANDIR, SANADAR

At a distance of 2.5 kms from Deodar stands the Ambaji temple of Sanadar, which is growing day by day in fame and stature.



Approximately a thousand years ago, a small temple of Ambaji was installed by a young unmarried girl (kumarika) of the Brahmabhatt Samaj. From that time onwards, this temple was recognized as the Nana Ambaji temple.

Today, an aarti of one hundred and eight diyas is performed regularly. Also, a trishul of 56 kgs, made of Panchdhatu, has been installed close by so that the followers can view it while visiting the temple. The temple and the surroundings have also been further beautified by a garden and a carved wooden gate.



On the other side of the temple, there is a well-organized cowshed which keeps not just cows, but also other animals. There is also a birdhouse near the cowshed. The animals and birds are also given medical treatment when required.

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