Birla Mandir Varanasi Travel Guide
Birla Temple is situated in the BHU grounds in Varanasi and it is known as the Birla Temple since it is worked by the Birla Group of Industries. The sanctuary was established by the Raja Birla of the Birla group of extraordinary industrialists. It was arranged by the Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya (the author of the Banaras Hindu University) as a major aspect of the BHU grounds. Sanctuary is available to every one of the general population of any positions and religions. There are nine sanctuaries in the BHU grounds of Shiva Lingam, Nataraj ji, Mata Parvati ji, Ganesh ji, Panchmukhi Mahadev, Hanuman ji, Mata Saraswati ji, and Nandi ji.
History of Birla Temple Varanasi
Birla Temple is comprised of the marble and its development was finished in 1965. The pinnacle of the sanctuary is known as the tallest sanctuary tower. Indeed, even it is tallest to the Qutub Minar in the New Delhi. Birla Temple is supreme and gaudy sanctuary in the Varanasi. It is a most solid home for the understudies at BHU. It moves toward becoming swarmed day by day yet on some exceptional events it turn out to be overwhelming swarmed with the lovers from the India just as corner of the world. It is most visiting spot in the Varanasi. Lovers used to state 'Jai Bholenath' or 'Har Mahadeva' while visiting the sanctuary.
Birla Temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva and it is the precise of the first Vishwanath sanctuary. The focal point of the sanctuary has a Siva lingam and the dividers of the sanctuary have stanzas of the Hindu sacred writings.
How To Reach Birla Mandir Varanasi
Birla Temple is situated in the BHU premises around 7 km from Cantt. Railroad Station, Varanasi.
Time to visit Birla Mandir in Varanasi
Birla Temple opens all days seven days at 4 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 9 pm.
Birla Temple Varanasi Location
Attraction of Birla Temple Varanasi
Aarti timings are 4 am, 4.45 am, 10.30 am, 11.45 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 6.45 pm, 7.30 pm, 8 pm and 8.45 pm. On unique events, for example, Shivratri, sanctuary opens from 4 am to 12 pm midnight. Monday is an exceptional day when lovers perform love of the Lord Shiva so as to satisfy their desires. On each Monday Rudrabhishek is performed from 7 am to 8 am.
The sanctuary is packed in each season from the aficionados. The sanctuary gets enlivened just as draws in immense group on numerous unique capacities, for example, Shivratri, Navratries, Krishna Janmanshtami, Shravan Mahotasva, Annakut, Deepawali and sanctuary's foundation day. You can reach to the sanctuary through the auto, taxi or rickshaw from any edge of the city.
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