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Lord Shiva's snake makeup in Raipur: 4 snakes wrapped with Shivling on the last Monday of Sawan; The temple has an old relationship with snakes

Lord Shiva's snake makeup in Raipur: 4 snakes wrapped with Shivling on the last Monday of Sawan; The temple has an old relationship with snakes

On the last Monday of Sawan, there was also a temple in Raipur where there were not one or two black snakes on Lord Shiva. Devotees who reached the temple were also surprised to see this. The serpent spreading the fun was seated on the Shivling of Lord Shiva. This view was of Budheshwar Temple in Raipur. Which was named snake makeup. In -charge of the temple, Rajesh Vyas told that the snake is dear to Lord Shiva. Therefore it has been adorned. Shivalinga was also depicted in Ardhanarishwar form. Rudraksha Prasad was given to the devotees. The temple spread fun for the devotees who came to see Lord Shiva, this snake was a unique experience.

Old ties with snakes

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It is believed that 200 years ago, there is always always on the Shivling on the banks of the old pond. Snakes were wrapped. After this the temple was built there. Then the temple was renovated by members of Shri Pushtikar Samaj around 1950. Currently, the Budheshwar temple is being operated by constituting a trust by the Pushtikar Samaj.

There is a 200 -year -old Budheshwar Mahadev Temple near Budha Talab. This temple is famous as Budheshwar Mahadev due to the adjacent Budhatalab named after the adorable Budhadev of the tribals.

Shiva family is enshrined with Shivling in the sanctum sanctorum. In these, Shriganesh, Shri Karthikeya, Mata Parvati can be seen together. Also, the idols of Radha-Krishna, Shri Ram-Sita, Narsingh Nath, Bhairavnath, Hanuman ji and Santoshi Mata are installed.

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August 9th 2022, 4:15 am
Amitesh Kumar
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