Bhimakali Temple, Mandi:
As a whole, the God as the Shepherd to browse the sheep of the earthly ground smiles after he sees us trained to confront the materialistic blow of tribulations. The godly essence on the earth to have been enabling the living creatures do their functions well has opened its coaching centers (Temples) to accentuate the Humanism. India to have shaped itself as an abode of devotional entities draws a beautifully scenic address of God, considering to its states are the allies to show the godly homes. Here, Bhimakali Temple in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh renders a home for the Goddess KaliKali
There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence... (the softening heart mother in the world). Located at the bank of Beas River on Mandi Pathankot National Highway, this Bhimakali Temple is the most attraction to the tourist visiting this religious site when they come in the Mandi. Coming out as the most devotion to the Hinduism, this Bhimakali Temple gets itself dissimilar of Northern India magnetizing to the people through its structural design.
Reliable to amaze the tourists, the architectural design of this temple is the sole attraction reminiscing to an amalgamation of two different sects-Hinduism and Buddhism to have come together, after the inner most beauty of this temple. Made of wood, this temple really perfumes the mountain art of construction lively.
Considered as the family deity of Bushahar Rulers, the Goddess BhimaKali Maa in the Mandi of Himachal Pradesh is believed to cut of sword over the demons were responded to tease the sages of Himalaya. Truly, the number of the temples in Himachal Pradesh has lied down the way direct to the Himalaya is the earthly address of sole father of world is Lord Shiva.
Built by King Ban Sen, this Bhimakali Temple in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh appears out meaning for the Goddess Kali She is the embodiment of empowerment and a fierce aspect of the Goddess. She is black in her complexion and thus she is named Kali. She is the Goddess of time, power, change and destruction and is majorly worshipped in South India, Bengal and AssamMaa. Emerged out as the marvelous structure, this Bhimakali Temple is adorned of wooden carvings bringing near to the people for the natural essence. According to the mythology, this site witnessed of where Lord KrishnaKrishna
It is described that there are three aspects of the Supreme that must... fought a great war with Banasura, the demon King. The myth further says that the head of the routed king Banasura was buried in façade of entry gate of the temple. Distant from its stillness and the structural grace, this site to the maternal caressing brings in vision the glittery scenery of the majestic Shrikhand mountain peak.
Places of Interest:
Parashar Dev Temple: This temple at the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh houses for the grandson of Sage Vashishtha (Sage Parashar). Designed of Pagoda-styled architecture, this Parashar Dev Temple is built by King Ban Sen (Ruler of the Mandi), emerging out as an elite attraction to the tourists in the Mandi.
Mahunag Temple: Mahunag Temple in the Mandi of Himachal Pradesh to have been an address of Lord Karna (Great Warrior of Mahabharata) is as the Panacea to the adorers get rid of agony forever. Existed by the King Shyama Sen, this Mahunag Temple is as the medieval-styled architecture.
Bhootnath Temple: Dedicated to the Lord ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ..., this Shikara-styled architecture in the Mandi of Himachal Pradesh is the most ancient court for the Shivaites to soothe their lives. Built by the King Ajber Sen, this Bhootnath Temple adds one more interest for the people know to the Mandi has more than 80 temples for the Lord Shiva.
Panchavaktra Temple: This inimitable and the priceless architecture in the Mandi to have been an address of cementing to the Hinduism has many abodes of other deities, naming itself Panchavaktra Temple. Dedicated to the Lord Shiva, this Panchavaktra Temple presents the five-faced image of Lord Shiva.
Festivals at Bhimakali Temple:
» The festival Navaratas at the Bhimakali Temple is celebrated having the full of zeal twice a year during the months of April and October.
» Also, the festival Udyapan Jag is in the row to celebrate just the once within 100 years.