Brajeshwari Temple, Kangra:
India to have been witnessing the footmarks of invaders is known as the "Sone ki Chidiya", storing the focal points expected for the people a lot. The spate of wealth, moral ethics and the great hospitality have differed to the India off to the world, in entrancing to the people come to India. Here, Mahmud Gazni, and Firoz Shah Tuglaq were the faces to have ransacked at the country many time, pocketing by the assets India was called Sone ki Chidiya from. Brajeshwari Temple in the old Kangra township of Himachal Pradesh subjects to have been looted by the invaders, explaining to the country a bank of limitless contentment, really.
Brajeshwari Temple in Kangra to appear out as one of the 52 Shakti Peethas is reminisced for its great wealth even today, to have shaped to the country as Incredible India. As the history is concerned saying that this temple experienced to many horrible incoming of attacks, be it natural or the humankind. The year 1905 devastated to the temple by earthquake. After, this shrine was come in vision to repair, filling by gold, silver and diamonds. In 1360, Firoz Shah Tughlaq came to ransack it. Later, Emperor Akbar visited the temple with his Dewan-Toder Mal to restore its former stateliness. Now, the current temple is as the foundation of an earthquake of 1905 that ravaged to the old temple.
Attributed to have been built over the charred breast of Maa Sati, Brajeshwari Temple in the Kangra of Himachal Pradesh materializes out blessing to the devotees after a layer of butter from her devotees over the pindi of Goddess Brajeshwari. Meaning that a winning battle between demon Mahishasur and Goddss Brajeshwari maintained to the humanity well but wounded to the Goddess Brajeshwari healed to her wounded by an ointment of butter.
Built in the 1905, the Brajeshwari Temple near to Dharamshala in the old Kangra township of Himachal Pradesh houses for the Goddess Brajeshwari (form of Goddess Sati) after the charred breast of Goddess SatiSati
The name Sati means true and justifying her name... fell down. Goddess Brajeshwari, meant to kill demon Mahishasur, gets happy easily when to lay an ointment of butter over the pindi of Goddess Brajeshwari.
Meaning that Goddess Brajeshwari to come wounded at the battle with demon Mahishasur cured her wounded pasting of butter over. Also, this Brajeshwari temple to have been befallen as an apple of invaders’ eyes was attacked to be looted many times. Moreover, the current structure of the temple does not lessen even an inch of meritorious appeal as compared to the former structural design, in manner to the ornaments of earthly decorations.
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Chamundaji Temple: Dedicating to the Goddess KaliKali
There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence... Maa, this Chamundaji temple in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh is the most maternal address to have been safeguarding the humanity from the evil forces, for a long time. 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 to have been as Goddess Chamundaji subjects to kill the two demons-Chanda and Munda, thus is naming as Goddess Chamundaji.
Jwalamukhi Temple: Dedicated to the Goddess Jwalaji, Jwalamukhi Temple in Kangra of Himachal Pradesh comes out one of the 52 Shakti Peethas, where on the tongue of Goddess Shakti fell down. Emerged out as the most saintly abodes of Hinduism, this Chamundaji Temple is as an ointment to cure of maternal caressing to her devotees ever.
Guna Devi Temple: Goddess Kali Maa to have been as the most panacea to her devotees ever blesses in Guna to the Gaddi Shepherds in the Kangra of Himachal Pradesh.