About Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple,Katra Jammu and Kashmir

about vaishno devi temple

About Vaishno Devi Temple

about vaishno devi temple the Holy Temple of Mata Vaishno Devi is first and very spiritual in India which is situated in Jammu & Kashmir. Here it is supposed that Goddess Durga fulfill all the wish of devotes. Epic Of The Great Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple Millions of devotees from India and abroad visit this temple to seek the blessing of Vaishno Devi.

 

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The cave of Maa Vaishno Devi is 100 feet long with narrow entrances. The Sparkler clear water washes the lotus feet of the Mata’s “Pindian”.

We can find only three natural Pindies which signifies Maa Maha Saraswathi, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Kali which represents original, conserving and Critical aspects of the super power “Adi Shakti”. Although the shrine references found in Veda and ancient scriptures there are no statues or idol in the cave History Of  Vaishno Devi Temple

It was said that in this Holy cave 330 millions of gods and goddesses was worshipped the Mother Goddess as we can find there symbolic marks left in the cave and at the time of Aarti and pooja in the morning and evening all these gods and goddesses will come to the cave to worship their loyalty to the Mother Poojas And Sevas Temple Shree Mata Vaishno Devi

 

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At the begging of the cave, towards the left hand side we can find the symbol of Vakra Tund Ganesh. In line to the Ganesha we can find the symbol of Chandra and Surya Dev.

about vaishno devi temple we enter in to the cave we come across 14 feet long Dadh (upper body) of Bhairon Nath, where his head  was fell a top to the adjust mountains at a couple of kilometer distance from Holy cave.

After passing from the Dadh we come across symbol of Lord Hanuman called as Launkra Beer and after that we can see Charan Ganga, the great river where the water flows from feet of Mata.

 

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

 

Devotees who have Darhans from the cave can walk through this water which is around 23 feet outside the Launkra Beer. As we pass to the left upper side, the roof of the cave flashes out and the whole weight of the cave looks as it break on the uncountable head of the Shesh nag.

about vaishno devi temple

Below the Shesha Nag we can see Havan Kund of Mata and next to it we find the symbol of Chakra, Padam, Shankh and Gada. The celling of the cave will represent symbols of Sapt rishis, Five Pandavs, Udders (breast) of the holy cow called Kamdhenu and the symbols of the Vishnu, Bhrma, Maheshwara and Shiv Parvati. From there 3 feet ahead we can see the Khamba which was absorbed by the great believer Prahlada. Below the water level there is a Yantra with number of spiritual signs and symbols decorated on it. Check More Information  Accommodation At Shree Vaishnov Devi Temple At distances of 22 feet the Sher Ka Panja is located which symbolizes the Lion the stand of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi. At 6 feet ahead to the left hand side we can find the symbol of Shankar and Gauri.

Devotees can make all this Darshans only in the original cave. Due to the heavy rush a new tunnels are made for Darshan and the old Cave will be open at spare Seasons. So, devotees who are planning for the Vaishno Devi yatra make you are plans on spare seasons.

 

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

Pooja Process for the Goddess:

The Abhishekam to the Goddess in the temple is performed with milk, ghee, honey, sugar and water after it the Goddess is dressed up with saree, chuni and cola with Ornaments. The whole process will take up with various mantras and shlokas.

 

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

 

Tilak is placed on the forehead of the Goddesses and Naivedya (Prasad) will be offered. The divine lamp is lighted and Aarti was given after Naivedya. How to Reach Mata Vaishno Devi Temple The process of Aarti will takes 2 hours and Darshans were stopped during this time.

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