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16/10/2020

Navratri 2020 ambaji Temple Darsahan

 Navratri ambaji Temple  Darsahan day 2


Ambaji mandir  Darshan : Shri Arasuri Ambaji Mata Mandir, famous all over India as a pilgrimage site, is located in Data taluka of Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat. Which is known as a legendary Shakti Peetha. Millions of devotees come to Ambaji Tirtha to pay their respects. In order to maintain their happiness and facilities as well as to get peace of mind and strength, the state government has made a concerted effort to renovate the temple and complete the work of the summit and have honored the golden kalsho. It is the only Shakti Peeth in India with 358 golden kalash. Among the 51 Shakti Peethas, Hridayasamu Ambaji is the center of faith for millions of devotees.



NAvaratri Darshan 2020 : Shri Arasuri Ambaji Mata Mandir, known as a pilgrimage destination all over India, is located in Danta taluka of Banaskantha. Which is known as a legendary Shakti Peetha. Apart from Shaivism, Ambaji is also famous in the Lakulish sect as a special place for deadly sadhana due to its prominence.

No idol is worshiped in Ambaji, but Visayantra is worshiped. This machine, made of pure gold, is said to have 51 characters. Since it is forbidden to look at the place of Mataji's yantra, the priest worships with blindfolds. This machine is considered similar to kalpavriksha.


Darshan can be done in Ambaji temple but Chachar Chowk will be absolutely golden


Shardiya Navratri is starting from October 17. Although the sailors are eagerly waiting for Navratri, this time Corona has spoiled the fun of the sailors. Due to Kovid-19, no Garba will be organized this year. While some temples are also to be closed during Navratri to prevent the spread of Corona, the temple at Gujarat's famous Shakti Peeth Ambaji has been kept open for visitors.



Full preparations have been completed by the temple trust to ensure that the transition of corona does not increase during Navratri at the Ambaji temple. Tomorrow Mangala Aarti will be performed at Ambaji Temple at 7.30 am followed by Mataji's Ghat installation ceremony. However, three Aartis will be performed at the Ambaji Temple during Navratri. In which the second Aarti of Mangala Aarti will be performed in the morning and the third Aarti in the evening will be performed at 6.30 pm. However, pilgrims will not be allowed to enter the temple during Aarti. After completion of Aarti, devotees will be able to take advantage of Darshan.



However, the impact of the Corona epidemic this year has been felt in many areas. The Ambaji temple has been kept open during Navratri despite its impact on religious places. Where pilgrims have to go through a system of masked sanitizers. Also be able to take advantage of Mataji's Darshan with Social Distance. Two health teams will also be deployed at Ambaji temple. Which will constantly monitor the temperature and the affected. In the Ambaji temple, the devotees will not be able to take advantage of Garba this year, but the devotees will definitely be able to take advantage of Mataji's darshan. Where the prasad will also be given in a box packet as per the guideline of the government. Although the government has closed the Garba Corona epidemic during Navratri, devotees are happy to keep the temple open for visitors.



Puranic Mahatmya: According to the Bhagavata Purana, Prajapati Daksha Raja performed a yajna called Brihaspatishka. Dakshe invited all the gods. But did not invite his son-in-law Lord Shankara.


Ambaji, the only famous pilgrimage site of Gujarat in India, is located in the Danta taluka of Banaskantha district, near Abu Road, on the border of Gujarat and Rajasthan, on the hills of Arasur mountain, north of the famous Vedic virgin Saraswati river. The Ambika forest, about 40 m high, south-west, towards the old hills of Arvalli, is about 1500 ft above sea level, the main center of spiritual power is 7.5 sq. Km. (5 sq.m. area) There are (21) ancient Shakti Peeths in India.



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 Hearing the news that her father was having a yajna there, Sati Parvati reached her father's house despite Lord Shankar's opposition. At that time, saying insulting words about Shankar in the south, Parvati fell into the altar and died.


It is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas. The Ambaji Mata Temple is the backbone of India. It is located about 65 km from Palanpur, 45 km from Mount Abu and 20 km from Abu Road and 185 km from Ahmedabad, 50 km from Kadiadra near the Gujarat and Rajasthan border.


In the holy temple of "Arasuri Ambaji", there is no image or idol of the Goddess. The sacred "Shri Visa Yantra" is worshiped as the chief deity. No one can see the machine with open eyes. Machine photography is prohibited.


Ambaji Mata's original seat is located on the Gabbar range in the town. A large number of devotees visit the temple especially on the days of Purnima. A big fair is organized on Bhadarvi Purnima (full moon day). People from all over the country come for worship in September every year. The entire city of Ambaji is lit up as the nation celebrates Diwali.

Then Lord Shiva lifted Parvati's body on his shoulder and started dancing Tandava. When the whole creation became frightened by Shiva's wrath, Lord Vishnu started dismembering Sati's body with a wheel to eradicate Shiva's attachment in Parvati.

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