Synonyms for mahudi or Related words with mahudi

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Examples of "mahudi"
There are many villages in Chauparan block including Mahudi Bara,Bigha, Singhrawan, Sardarpur, Malikana, Mahudi, Bedhana Bara, Ranik, Bedhana, Brindavan,Daihar, Dadpur, Bahera, Chaikala, Maharajganj, Inguniyan, Papro, Mangarh, Chaithi, Podo, Bela, Akurhawan, Dhab, etc.
Mahudi Jain Temple is situated in Mahudi town in Mansa taluka of Gandhinagar district, Gujarat. It is a pilgrimage centre of Jains and other communities visiting temple of Jain deity, Ghantakarna Mahavir and Padmaprabhu Jain Temple. It was known as Madhupuri formerly.
Ghantakarna Mahavir is a protector Jain deity. There is a shrine dedicated to him at Mahudi Jain temple established by Buddhisagar Suri, a Jain monk.
Rupal can be reached through Mahudi-Gandhinagar Road. On that road take left from Pethapur Cross Road. (If you are coming from Gandhinagar, otherwise take right)
The community extended its activities to the service of God (Ishtadevata) by building a new temple and a guest house at Mahudi (popularly known as Kotyarkdham) during the sixties. Subsequently facilities have been added at Gokul and Nathdwara for the pilgrims from the community.
Mahudi is a town in Mansa taluka of Gandhinagar district, Gujarat, India situated on the banks of Madhumati river, a tributary of Sabarmati River. It is a pilgrimage centre of Jains and other communities visiting temple of Jain deity, Ghantakarna Mahavir and Padmaprabhu Jain Temple. It was known as Madhupuri formerly.
He liked the sounds of bells ("ghanta") and had bell-shaped ears ("karna") so he was called "Ghanta-karna" Mahavir (great warrior). He was fond of "sukhdi" (mixture of jaggery, wheat and ghee), a sweet, so it is offered by devotees at his Mahudi shrine.
A Massive Jain temple and a memorial dedicated to Buddhisagar Suri was established in Vijapur years later, which is now a very popular Pilgrimage cenre. Besides, there are nine other Jain temples in Viajpur. Jain Thirth of Mahudi and Aglod are also nearby.
Gujarat - Home to multitude devotional centres and temples with famous religious centers like Dwarka, Dakor, Ambaji, Palitana, Mahudi, Shankheshwar, Hutheesing Jain Temple, Somnath, Girnar, Shamlaji, Bahucharaji, Pavagadh, Kabirvad, Sun Temple, Modhera, Akshardham (Gandhinagar), Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Ahmedabad, Vasai Jain Temple, Jain temples, Hindu Temples and Sudama Mandir. Ashapura mataji madh- Kutch, Swaminarayan Mandir - Bhuj, Narayan Sarovar, Tulsi Shyam, Sattadhar, Lojpur, Junagadh Buddhist Cave Groups etc.
Vijapur is a birthplace of Jain monk Buddhisagar Suri. Buddhisagarsuri (1874–1925) was an ascetic, philosopher and author of the early 20th century. He wrote more than hundred books. He was born in nearby Manipura village. He was Patel by birth, and got enlightenment at an early age. He established Mahudi Jain temple of Ghantakarna Mahavir. He lived in Vijapur and died in Vikram samvat 1981(1925 A.D). He was cremated in Vijapur after his death. His samadhi is located behind the government guest home at vijapur.
Earlier Visngagar was known as "Copper City" because there were so many workers who used to make pots from copper. It also has a big garden called "Doshabhai Garden". It is considered as one of the major commercial centre of Mehsana district. Visnagar is surround by many great places with religious and architectural importance like Ambaji (96 km), Mahudi (34 km), Patan (52 km), Modhera (44 km), Taranga (50 km) and Vadnagar. One can reach Visnagar by train from Mehsana (20 km) nearest airport is at Ahmedabad (80 km).
Mahudi Jain Temple was established by Jain monk, Buddhisagar Suri in 1917 CE ( Magshar Sudi 6, "Vikram Samvat" 1974). There is an inscription in the Brahmi script of it. The foundation stone was laid in 1916 CE on land donated by Vadilal Kalidas Vora. He along with Punamchand Lallubhai Shah, Kankkuchand Narsidas Mehta and Himmatlal Hakamchand Mehta became trustees of trust established to manage the temple. The 22-inch marble idol of Padmaprabh as a central deity was installed. The separate shrine dedicated to protector deity, Ghantakarna Mahavir was also established. Guru Mandir, a shrine dedicated to Buddhisagar Suri was established later.
Religious sites play a major part in the tourism of Gujarat. Somnath is the first amongst twelve Jyotirlingas, and is mentioned in the Rigveda. The Palitana temples of Jainism on Mount Shatrunjaya, Palitana are considered the holiest of all pilgrimage places by the Svetambara and Digambara Jain community. The Sidi Saiyyed Mosque and Jama Masjid are holy mosques for Gujarati Muslims. The Sun Temple, Modhera is a ticketed monument, handled by the Archaeological Survey of India. Dwarakadheesh Temple and Dakor holy pilgrimage sites are for devotees of Lord Krishna. Other religious sites in state include Mahudi, Shankheshwar, Ambaji, Dakor, Shamlaji, Chotila etc.
Mahudi Jain Temple was established by Jain monk, Buddhisagar Suri in 1917 CE ( Magshar Sudi 6, "Vikram Samvat" 1974). There is an inscription in the Brahmi script of it. The foundation stone was laid in 1916 CE on land donated by Vadilal Kalidas Vora. He along with Punamchand Lallubhai Shah, Kankkuchand Narsidas Mehta and Himmatlal Hakamchand Mehta became trustees of trust established to manage the temple. The 22-inch marble idol of Padmaprabh as a central deity was installed. The separate shrine dedicated to protector deity, Ghantakarna Mahavir was also established. Guru Mandir, a shrine dedicated to Buddhisagar Suri was established later.
He was born as Bechardas Patel in Hindu family of Shivabhai and Ambaben in 1874 at Vijapur in north Gujarat. He studied up to sixth standard. He met Muni Ravisagar, a Jain monk, and became his disciple. He studied at Yashovijay Sanskrit Pathshala in Mehsana, a school for religious studies. He took job of religious teacher in Ajol near Mehsaba. Upon death of Ravisagar in 1898, his spiritual quest intensified. Ravisagar's disciple, Sukhsagar initiated him as a Jain monk in 1901. He was given a new name, Muni Buddhisagar. He was conferred with informal title of "Yog-nishtha", firm in Yoga. He was elevated to title of "Acharya" in 1914 in Mansa. He established Mahudi Jain temple in 1917. He was invited by royals of Baroda, Idar, Pethapur to preach there. He died at Vijapur in 1925. Vijapur Jain Temple and memorial shrine were built where Buddhisagar suri was later cremated.