Synonyms for vindhyavasini or Related words with vindhyavasini
Examples of "vindhyavasini"
The temple is one of the most revered Shakti Peethas of India. The
Devi is also known popularly by name of Kajala devi. Goddess Kali is adorned in the form of
Vindhyachal 70 km. (one and a half hour drive) from Varanasi, is a renowned religious city dedicated to Goddess
. Mythologically goddess
is believed to be the instant bestower of benediction.
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Devi Temple is situated 8 km from Mirzapur, on the banks of the holy river Ganga. It is one of the most revered Shaktipeeths of the presiding deity,
Devi. The temple is visited by large number of people daily. Big congregations are held during Navratras in Chaitra (April) and Ashwin (October) months. Kajali competitions are held in the month of Jyestha (June). The temple is situated just 2 km from the Kali Khoh.
is name of a benevolent aspect of Devi Amba or Durga. Her temple is located at Vindhyachal, 8 km away from Mirzapur on the banks of river Ganges, in Uttar Pradesh.
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Vindhyachal, a Shakti Peeth, is a centre of pilgrimage in Mirzapur District, Uttar Pradesh. The
Devi temple located here is a major draw and is thronged by thousands of devotees during the Navratris of Chaitra and Ashwin months to invoke the blessings of the Goddess.
Vindhyachal, a Shakti Peeth, is a center of pilgrimage in Mirzapur District, Uttar Pradesh. The
Devi temple located here is a major draw and is thronged by hundreds of devotees during the Navratris of Chaitra and Ashwin months to invoke the blessings of the Goddess.
The name Vinzan is said to come from the goddess
, who was brought from the Vindhya range by Markand Rishi. Before this goddess the four Atits coming from Girnar to free the people from the oppression of the Kanphatas, performed penance, and received orders to take possession of Ajepal Koteshvar.
Jagdas was a son of Virabhadra's junior queen. After being denied a share in the Kashi kingdom by the four sons of the elder queen, he came to the shrine of the goddess
. There, he engaged in a long "tapasya" to seek the goddess' blessings. After failing to evoke response, he decided to sacrifice his head to the deity. As soon as the first drop of his blood fell on the ground, the goddess appeared before him. She declared that his son, a brave hero and a future ruler, would appear from the drop of the blood. This son – Bundela – was named after the drop ("bund"). The Bundela dynasties worshipped the
as their kuladevi (family deity).
In the south, about 35 km from Ashoknagar, is the famous 'Karila Mata Mandir', which is known to be the birthplace of Luv and Kush, sons of Lord Rama and Sita Mata. A huge fair is organized every year on Rangpanchmi in which Rai Dance is performed by Bedni Women. Tumen is also a famous historical pilgrim centre situated at Triveni known for Mata
temple. There are many more places of religious importance in the district of Ashoknagar.
Nag Panchami, Gudi Padava, Teez (New year celebrations according to the Hindu calendar), All Mondays of Shravan month, (DOLA of Kashivishwnath on last Monday, bhang is served as prasad of Shiva), Mahashivratri, Samoti Amavas, and all other Indian festivals. There are many visiting places like gold swing is also their and it is situated at Rajwada. Maheshwar also has the temple of Goddess
Bhavani, one of the 24Shaktipeeths of Goddess Parvati.
Vindhyachal () is a town in Mirzapur District of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. The city is a Hindu pilgrimage site having the temple of
, who according to Markandeya Purana had incarnated to kill the demon Mahishasura. The detailed description has been given in 'Durga Saptashati' Chapter of Markandeya Purana. The river Ganga flows through this city. The Indian Standard Time (IST) line passes through the Vindhyachal railway station.
Mirzapur district is one of the 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. The district is bounded on the north by Sant Ravidas Nagar and Varanasi districts, on the east by Chandauli district, on the south by Sonbhadra district and on the northwest by Allahabad district. The district occupies an area of 4521 km. Mirzapur town is the district headquarters. Mirzapur district is a part of Mirzapur division. This district is known for the
temple in Vindhyachal. It consist of several Ghats where historical sculptures are still present. During the Ganges festival these Ghats are decorated with lights and diyas. It is currently a part of the Red Corridor.
Being a vast emerging centre of tradition,culture & civilisation the city which get blessed by Holy river Ganges accept itself as the need of time to deliver the adequate quality education. The youth of the city trend themselves as per the demand of modern era. The district itself is the centre of more than 75 colleges for the youth having more than 20,200 enrolments per year reported by the DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE survey for higher education in 2014.Due to connective with two major cities of Uttar Pradesh i.e. Varanasi & Allahabad the city itself get blessed by Maa
along with Kashi Vishwanath.
According to "Devi Bhagwat Purana", Kansa, the ruler of Mathura had decided to kill his sister Devaki's son Krishna as soon as he was born. In order to protect Krishna from Kansa, Krishna and Yoganidra or Yogamaya were born at the same time from the wombs of Devaki and Yashoda respectively and were exchanged by Vasudeva. Krishna survived as foster son of Yashoda. While Kansa tried to kill Yogamaya, Yashoda's daughter, she assumes her real form as Devi and flown to sky.She then retired to dwell in Vindhya hills as
The "Jethwa" Rajputs belong to the Gautam/Vajas Gotra and their Kuldevi is
Devi. Jethwas also worship Chamunda and Harsidhhi, whose main temple was in Miani, one of their original colonies. In the temple of Harsiddhi at Miani, three lamps used to burn till dissolution of princely states, one lamp of the temple, one from Jethwa rulers of Porbandar and another from Jams of Nawanagar. Jethwas also worship Brahmani & Chamunda Mata as Kuldevi and their temples are located one at Anjar and another at Nagalpar. Some of them also claim themselves to be of Bhardwaja Gotra. Many also worship Momai Mata, who again is an incarnation of Harsiddhi of Miani. Again there is one aspect of devi, who is known as Jethwa Mata, who is identified as "Gaur Matas" or clan deities.
The goddess gets her name from Vindhya Range and the name
, literally means, "she who resides in Vindhya". As it is believed that the Shaktipeeths were created on earth, where the body parts of Sati fell. But Vindhayachal is the place and a Shaktipeeth, where the Devi had chosen to reside after her birth. At the time of the birth of Krishna as 8th Child of Devaki-Vasudeva, Maha-Yogini Mahamaya has taken birth at same time at Nanda-Yashoda and as per the instruction from God Vishnu, Vasudev had replaced Krishna with this girl child of Yashoda. When Kansa tried to kill this girl child she escaped from the hand of Kansa and turned into Devi form and informed him that "Oh!! You fool!! The one who will kill you is already born and safe" and vanished from the prison of Mathura. Thereafter, she choose Vindhyachal mountains to reside, where her temple is located at present.
The "Dashakumaracharita" has been used to examine the creation of the Ajanta caves, interpreting it as an extended metaphoric telling of the 5th-century fall of the Vākāṭaka dynasty, and a comparison to the 7th-century Pallava dynasty, which is the period that the work is conventionally dated to. Spink argues that the work has an essentially historical core, almost readable as a roman a clef, which is an accurate account of the Vākāṭaka fall and that Dandin (or one of the Dandins) had a personal, perhaps familial, connection to the events in the 5th-century. Evidence from the text has also been used to establish the spread of the cult of
in the period.
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