Goddess Vindhyavasini Temple

The ancient Shaktipeeth of Goddess Vindhyavasini, is a major attraction of this region. The temple’s sanctum houses about 5 ft. tall black stone idol of the Goddess, adorned with hundreds of bright garlands. It attracts pilgrims throughout the year, however, big congregations are held during Navratras in Chaitra (April) and Ashwin (October) months. In the month of Jyeshtha (June) ‘Kajali’ competitions are also held here. The daily aartis performed here are worth experiencing. 

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Ashtabhuja Temple

As per the legends, the daughter of Lord Krishna’s foster mother, Yashoda, fled miraculously from the grip of Kansa, the evil king of Mathura, and descended here. This temple is situated in a cave of hillock, 3 KM from the Goddess Vindhyavansini Temple, dedicated to Goddess Asthabhuja. On the same hillock lie 3 sacred water bodies – Sita Kund, MotiyaTalab and GeruaTalab. 

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Kali Khoh Temple

This ancient temple is situated in a cave and is located 2 KM from the Goddess Vindhyavasani Temple. Associated to the mythology, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. The temple lies at the base of the hill where Ashtabuja Temple is located. This temple is also an imperative part of the Trikon Parikrama. 

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Lord RameshwarMahadev Temple

Located 1 Km from the Goddess Vindhyavasini Temple, this temple stands on Ram Gaya Ghat. According to the legends, Lord Rama established Shiva Linga here in the memory of his ancestors. The beautiful white building of the temple looks more like an Ashram (hermitage). A massive Shiva Linga is situated in the centre of the place. The local legends narrate that when Lord Rama was returning from Vanvasa (exile) to become a king, Vashisht Muni asked him to first offer prayer to the devas and perform last rites of his father. Lord Rama then retracted his steps and went to Varanasi, Allahabad and Pushkar under the instruction of the Saint, and amidst which this temple was one of his stops.

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SitaKund

It is believed that Mother Sita had taken bath in this pond. Nearby are the temple of Lord Hanuman, Rama, Goddess Durga and Mother Sita.

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