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5 Famous Devi Mata Mandir in Nagpur
1. SHRI MAHALAXMI JAGDAMBA SANSTHAN,
KORADI Koradi was previously known as Jakhapur,
and its ruler, Raja Jholan, had seven children
Janoba, Nanoba, Banoba, Bairoba, Khairoba,
Agnoba, and Dattasur. The monarch was
dissatisfied because he lacked a daughter. He
satisfied the gods by doing Yagya, Havan, Puja,
and Tapashchrya, and he asked them to bless him
as a daughter. A divinely beautiful girl was
born. The monarch sensed Adi Shakti manifesting
in the form of his daughter after viewing her for
the first time. The heavenly Shakti, who was
born as his daughter, had varied encounters with
the monarch of Jholan. She had provided him with
proper direction, allowing him to make more
informed decisions. She'd demonstrated a lot of
foresight. When she was accompanying the monarch
in a fight, she had exhibited remarkable justice
to both the king and his opponents. The king
experienced the almighty Shakti's power once
more. As the goddess Shakti, Jakhumai decided to
stop at the area where the sun would set on his
way back from the conflict. Jakhapur is the name
given to such location (now Koradi). Nobody
installed the moorti (idol), hence it's thought
to be a 'Swayambhu' materialised one. A Kund
and a Goumukh may be found in the area. A natural
stream of refreshing water runs through the
property. Rangoli stones can still be found in
this location.
SHRI MAHALAXMI JAGDAMBA SANSTHAN, KORADI
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2. AGYARAM DEVI MANDIR, GANESHPETH Agyaram Devi's
whole court in Ganeshpeth, known as Nagardevi,
will now be lighted with silver in a new form.
The lions of Agyaram Devi, who is ensconced in
the private temple of silver, are also being
carved into the 'Singh Jharokha,' which will add
to the grandeur of the court. Devotees would be
able to see Mother Goddess Agyaram in eight more
incarnations in addition to her. Singh Jharokha
is being built using silver donated by devotees
under the supervision of Rajesh Rokade and
Sarang Rokade of Rokade Jewellers, according to
Shri Agyaram Devi Mandir Trust President and MLA
Girish Vyas. In the temple itself, Kolhapur
artists Rajaram Bapuso Patil, Pramod Lohar, and
Anil Sutar are constructing Singh Jharokha. Singh
Jharokha will resemble a bridge. In Nij Mandir,
two Gajraj will be put on either side of the
silver leaf. Nija Mandir contains 8 pillars, 1
large and 4 little silver domes, 2 large and 4
medium urns, and 19 small urns.
AGYARAM DEVI MANDIR, GANESHPETH 3. MAA UMIYA
DHAM, DIGHORI The Sati was created by the Shiv
element during the creation of the universe. Sati
was born in Daksh Prajapati's residence. Lord
Shiva was her husband. Daksha planned a large
Yagna but did not invite Shiva out of malice.
Sati went to her father's Yagna despite not being
invited. Sati and Lord Shiva were humiliated
once more, and she couldn't take it any
longer, so she leaped into the Yagna pyre and
embraced fire. Lord Shiva became enraged and
began the Tandav, carrying Sati's body on his
shoulders. The entire planet shook and trembled
in fear. Lord Vishnu used his Sudarshan Chakra to
cut Sati's body into 51 pieces to preserve the
world, and a Shaktipeeth was formed wherever
these pieces fell. Sati had hoped to marry Lord
Shiva in the next birth before falling into the
Yagna pyre. Lord Shiva became a hermit after
Sati's death. The planet was being terrorized by
the Tarkasur demon. He received the boon from
Brahmaji that he could only be killed by Shiva's
son. Lord
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Shiva is getting ready to remarry, thanks to the
gods. Sati gave birth to her second child at
Maina and Himalayas' home and became known as
Parvati-Uma. She married Shiva after a long
period of intense meditation. Kartik, their son,
annihilated Tarkasur.
MAA UMIYA DHAM, DIGHORI 4. GRUHLAXMI AMBABAI
TEMPLE, SEMINARY HILLS The temple of the mind is
peace, and the temple of the heart is love. This
is a famous Gede Prama quotation. There is a
feeling that wherever one worships in the world,
he or she will find tranquility. This is a fact
that no one can deny. Gruhlaxami Ambabai Temple
in Nagpur is one such serene location. Nagpur,
popularly known as the "Orange City," is famed
for its sacred and spiritual sites. There are
many additional spots in and around this lovely
city where one can seek God's blessings and
listen to fascinating environmental
presentations. Ramtek, Khindsi, Adasaa, Amba
Khori, Dhapewada, and Pench National Park are
among the locations to visit. All of these
locations are ideal for a picnic. Where one can
spend quality time with family and friends while
simultaneously seeking spiritual fulfillment.
Ambabai temple is one of Nagpur's most
well-known temples. This temple has a long and
illustrious history. The origin of this idol was
discovered around the year 1756. It was
discovered in Warora during some farming
activities. Shaligram is used to create
Gruhlaxami Ambabai's main idol. In the year 2015,
on Chaitra Suddha Ashtami, Friday, in Nagpur, a
duplicate of an idol was placed. Kul devta of the
Khot Family is also the idol. The Khot Family's
13th generation continues to adorn the deity in
the same way that their forefathers did, with
all of the same rites. Gods such as Mahabali
Hanuman, Shri Gruheshwara (Shiva), Shri Prachand
Kaali, Shri Kaal Bhairava, Shri Mangal Chandi
Devi, and Shri Shani Deva have their abodes at
this temple. This temple is located in the
Seminary Hills area. At this location, one can
enjoy the beauty of nature while simultaneously
seeking the goddess's graces.
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GRUHLAXMI AMBABAI TEMPLE, SEMINARY HILLS 5.
BHAWANI MATA MANDIR, PARDI Shri Bhavani Mata
Mandir is located 10 kilometers east of Nagpur,
in Pardi village on the Punapur road. This
ancient and largest temple is historically
significant, and it is stated that Mataji's idol
is swayambhu (self-evolved) and performs marvels
for followers. Navaratri is celebrated here with
passion, and a significant number of devotees
flock here during that time to see Bhavani Mata.
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BHAWANI MATA MANDIR, PARDI
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