Haryana, adjacent to Delhi, is not only known for its religious and culturally rich heritage since ancient times. Haryana has been the birthplace of Indian civilization since Vedic times. And Vedic civilization has grown in its lap. Around that time, religious civilizations emerged, and these ideas gave birth to religious places. Major events such as the Mahabharata war etc. have taken the form of religious places today, and this religious place is also the main tourist destination for the states.
Before knowing about the temples located in Haryana, let us know about Haryana. The capital of Haryana is Chandigarh. Chandigarh is a city which is known for its beauty all over India. Haryana was carved out of Punjab in the year 1996. There are many temples of ancient times in Haryana and Chandigarh. These include Bhima Devi Temple, Agroha Dham, Bhadrakali Temple etc. Apart from this, the most special is the temple after which Chandigarh is named.
On the basis of this, today we are presenting the list of the main temples of Haryana to all of you, so let's know the main temples of Haryana which are as follows.
This temple is located in Gurgaon. Here a fair is held in the Navratras of Chaitra month, the entire month of Vaishakh and Ashadh and Navratras of Ashwin. The fair of Sheetla Mata of Gurgaon village is a famous fair in the whole of India.
It is on Thanesar-Jyotisar road. It is said that here Arjuna took out the Ganges by shooting an arrow into the earth and its stream reached the mouth of Bhishma Pitamah lying on his bed.
A temple is situated in the Pundarik town of Kaithal. A fair is held here on Janmashtami. There is a huge idol of Radha-Krishna here.
This is also a huge temple of Kaithal. There is an idol of Bhagwati Devi and Gauri Shankar. There is a huge banyan tree with the temple. There is a saying that this tree is from the time of Pandavas.
This is an ancient temple located in the Pundarik Tirtha of Haryana. Earlier this temple was owned by Muslims. There is a huge idol of Shiva in this temple, which remains the center of attraction of the people even today.
Beri is an ancient town in Jhajjar district. There are many ancient temples here. Of these, the Lal Rudhmal temple is very important. The temple was built by three brothers Lal Rudhmal ji, Surajbhan and Girdhari Lal. There is a pagoda in this temple. It was constructed in 1953. There is also an idol of Radhakrishna here. It is famous here as Nand Nandan Thakur.
This temple was built by Shoujisingh, brother of Thakur Shalu Singh, in the year 1901 in village Kutani, located a short distance from Jhajjar. Ashtadhatu idols of Shri Krishna and Radha were made in it. Gold ornaments of 50 tola were made for them. which can still be seen.
This temple is one of the major places of interest in Yamunanagar. The history of this Chitta Hanuman temple is very old. The idol of White Hanuman situated in this was established and constructed 60 years ago. A fair is held in this Chittha temple on every Tuesday of the week.
The Bhima Devi Temple of Haryana is a very ancient temple. This temple was established during the reign of Gurjara Pratiharas. In front of the temple is Pinjore Garden which is also known as Mughal Garden. This garden was established by the half-brother of Aurangzeb. It is said that this garden was built by Aurangzeb's half-brother to save Hindu temples from being demolished. History tells that many Hindu temples were demolished by Muslim invaders in the 13th and 17th centuries.
Agroha Dham has immense religious significance. This Dham was completed in 8 years. The construction work of this Dham started in the year 1976, which was completed in 1984. There are statues of elephants on both sides outside the entrance of this Dham. Many religious festivals are celebrated in this Dham. Those who come to the Dham feel a special kind of spiritual experience.
Bhadrakali temple is in Kurukshetra district. This temple has immense religious and historical importance. This temple is the only Siddha Shaktipeeth in Haryana, where Bhadrakali is seated in the form of Shakti. Although there are 52 Shakti Peeths of Mother in Kurukshetra, Haryana, but out of them this is the only Siddha Shakti Peeth Bhadrakali Temple. It is also known as Shri Devikup Shaktipeeth.
Chandi Mandir is the oldest temple in Haryana. This temple is more than 5,100 years old. The temple is located on the Chandigarh-Kalka-Shimla highway. Maa Chandi is also known as Mahishasura Mardini. The city of Chandigarh is named after this temple. It is famous about this temple that every wish of the devotees coming here is fulfilled.
The ancient Shiva temple of village Baghot, situated on the Kanina-Dadri road away from Mahendragarh, has been the center of reverence for lakhs of men and women in northern India since time immemorial. A fair is held here twice a year on Shivaratri of Shravan and Mahashivratri of Phalguna.
Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest temples in Haryana. This temple is located at a place called Thanesar in the holy land of Kurukshetra. The mention of this temple is also found in the Kedarkhand of the Puranas. this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that the first worship of Lord Shiva in the form of Shiva Linga was done here. An ancient holy tank is situated in front of this temple.
This historical and ancient temple of Aditi is situated in the village named Amin of Kurukshetra district. At this place, Aditi had done penance before giving birth to the Sun, that is why it was named Aditi's temple.
Sarveshwar Mahadev Temple is located in Brahmasarovar of Kurukshetra. The holy water of Brahmasarovar has surrounded this temple from all sides. This temple is connected to the earth through an arched bridge. Initially this temple was dedicated to Lord Shiva but now the idol of Lord Hanuman and Lord Garud ji is also adorned in this temple. Baba Shravan Nath is known as the builder of this temple.
There is a temple of Dauji in Vanchari village located on GT Road in Faridabad. This is an ancient temple built in the memory of Balarama, brother of Shri Krishna. From here begins the Vraj Kshetra. This was his workplace.
The Birla Mandir, located in Thanesar, Kurukshetra, has the distinction of being the largest temple in the state. This temple was built by Shri Jugal Kishore Birla in the year 1955. All the 18 chapters of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita have been beautifully inscribed on the walls of this temple.
|1||Bhawani Amba Temple||Haryana|
|2||Durga Bhawani Temple||Haryana|
|3||Chamunda Devi Mandir||Haryana|
|5||Kali Mata Mandir||Haryana|
|7||Radha Krishna Temple, Meham||Haryana|