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Pakistani Mahadev Temple in Kashi: Shivalinga brought two traders from Lahore at the time of the partition of the country, the temple is on the banks of the Ganges

Pakistani Mahadev Temple in Kashi: Shivalinga brought two traders from Lahore at the time of the partition of the country, the temple is on the banks of the Ganges

In Kashi these days, devotion to Shiva devotees is at its peak. In Kashi, the city of Baba Vishwanath, there is also a temple symbolizing the pain of partition of the country where Shivalinga is called Pakistani Mahadev. A crowd of devotees throngs for Jalabhishek daily in the temple of Pakistani Mahadev at Sheetla Ghat along the Ganges. Let us tell you what is the story of Pakistani Mahadev…. Two traders from Lahore and according to the priest of the temple, traders Jamuna Das and Nihal Chandra came here from Lahore at the time of partition of the country. He also brought a Shivling with him. He wished that he would flow the Shivling into the Ganges. Both the traders reached Sheetla Ghat and increased to flow the Shivling, and the people present there stopped them. After this, the Shivling was installed at Sheetla Ghat on the property of the king of Bundi State. Due to being brought from Lahore, people named Shivalinga were named Pakistani Mahadev and regular worship. According to the nominal people, the name of the Pakistani Mahadev Temple is also recorded in the government documents of the Municipal Corporation and Varanasi Development Authority. . Vinay Pandey of Sheetla Ghat said that the local people bathe in the Ganges and offer water to the Shivling of Pakistani Mahadev every day. Shiva devotees come here in a good number in the month of Savan and on the holy festival of Mahashivratri. Now the water level of the Ganges is rising, then gradually the ghats will come and drown in its JD. If the water will be reduced then there will be cleanliness and worship will start again in the temple of Pakistani Mahadev. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 8:11 am
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