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The Dwarkadhish Temple, also known as Jagat Mandir, was originally built by Vajranabha, the great grandson of Lord Krishna, on the banks of Gomti river in 400 BC. This five storied limestone structure stretching to a height of 170 feet is supported by 72 pillars and is located in the heart of the city. A huge flag on its magnificently carved dome is made from 52 yards of cloth and can be seen from a distance of almost 10 kms. Interestingly, this flag, also referred to as Dwajaa,
Amid the rising COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (SSST) has decided to shut Sai Baba temple in Shirdi, Maharashtra from 8 pm tonight, i.e. April 5, 2021. The temple will remain closed till April 30, 2021. Mumbai's Siddhivinayak temple will also remain closed till further orders
Jalaram Bapa Mandir History:
Jalaram Bapa Mandir situated in Virpur, Gujarat. Sri Jalaram Bapa is a greatly revered saint. This is one of the popular pilgrimage sites of Virpur. People from various places flock to this holy shrine. Jairam Bapa was born on 14th November 1799. Sri Pradhan Thakkar and Srimathi Rajbai Thakkar gave birth to Jairam Bapa. This temple dedicating to Jairam Bapa was built in 1978 at the Dharmaj – Tarapur highway. There is a sacred spot in this temple which is made up of copper which is filled with the sacred holy water. It is said that this copper pot was filled with the sacred water of river Ganges. It is strongly believed that this water cures any kind of disease. This is a miracle that the water in this pot never gets dries up. People from various parts of the state flock to this temple to seek the holy Ganga water as Prasad to seek a healthy life. This temple also offers annapradam (Charity or free food) to the needy and the poor people. Everyone that is both the rich and poor is treated as same, no signs of discrimination are seen in this holy temple..
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Jalaram Bapa Mandir Virpur Temple Timings:
All days of the week7:00 am to 8:30 pm
Jalaram Bapa Mandir Darshan Timings:
7:00 am to 12:00 Noon4:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Mangal Aarti7:30 amShangar Aarti9:00 amSandhya Aarti7:30 pm
Shamalaji Temple History
On the way from Shamlaji Temple to the Meshwo River, a small shrine is positioned, where a deity of a standing Ganesha idol from the late-Gupta period is still worshiped. In the 10th century A.D. a temple named- Harishchandra ni chori was constructed which has a rectangular sanctum at the centre with a large pavilion in front. The whole structure is surrounded within the courtyard and the inner walls have fallen down but the gateway still stands inside the premises. Temples parts, unmanaged elements and the scattered idols of many gods and goddess were found at Shamlaji which display that since bygone days, it has been a very famous and formidable centre of pilgrimage on the highway between Gujarat and Rajasthan. A historic and sacred place- Devni Mori, which is 2 km from Shamlaji, is having residues of a Buddhist monastery from around 3rd-4th century AD. In Vadnagar, the stupa which is basically esteemed as a sharir stupa, has proved the presence of Buddhists. Excavating of the stupa brought to light an inscribed casket which contained relic’s of Buddha. This is a place of pilgrimage and thus has been established as a quaint spot, where many ancient shrines have been scattered all over the place. A small temple of Trilokeshwar is located just opposite to Shamlaji temple which has a beautiful and unusual idol of Shiva with the trident. The Kashi-Vishwanath Mahadev is also an ancient temple situated on the hillocks which is about seven feet below the ground level. The temple of Ranchhodji, is on the opposite bank. The tomb of Navgaja Pir, a maulvi (muslim cleric) is sited close by the main temple and thus visited by many ‘Adivasis’. Many broken shrines show that the whole area round about Shamlaji was once not only prosperous but an important centre of civilization and culture.
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