Mankameshwar Temple TRAVEL GUIDE

About Mankameshwar Temple

Facts of Mankameshwar Temple Agra

Agra is a very beautiful city where there are many ancient forts, tombs and temples. Apart from the buildings built in the Mughal era, there are many ancient temples also located here. The Mankameshwar Temple located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, is one of those ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Shivling of Lord Shiva in the temple is covered with silver metal and was established by Lord Shiva in the Dwapar era when Lord Krishna was born in Mathura. Shiva wanted to see Lord Krishna as the face of the child. When he went to Kailash Mountain to go to Mathura, he rested it. Shiva had done penance in the temple of Mankameshwar and had rested here one night. He said that if God will be successful in nursing Krishna in his lap, then he will built a Shiva Mandir here". The next day, when Shiva went to Mathura, Yashoda's mother, after seeing her form, refused to meet Krishna and said that Krishna would be afraid to see such a form. After seeing this scene, Krishna ji started his leela and started crying, pointed to Shiva, who was sitting in the state of Samadhi under the Banyan tree. Seeing Krishna crying in this way, Yashoda's mother called Shiva and told him that you can give his son (Krishna) his best wishes. Upon returning from Gokul, Shiva returned here and established his gender form (Shivling). So, in this way your wishes have been fulfilled with the desire for this gender orientation. From that moment on, the name of this gender orientation agreement has become Shri Mankameshwara. It is one of the ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, and this temple itself is very unique because the Shivalinga located here is covered in silver.

How to Reach Mankameshwar Temple Agra

This temple is located in Rawal para, near the Agra train station. The Mankameshwar temple is very close to the Agra train station. To get here, first go to 400 meters on SH39 / AH 43 in the southwest and walk to the park on your left. Take the fourth exit on the nearest rocket and, after running 300 meters, head towards Mantola Road on the left side. After crossing the Globe mark to the left in the 280 meters that led on Mantola Road, Sadar continued walking 400 meters on the path of light and then headed towards the Dhuja temple. After 300 m of continuous driving, these temples will pass to your right.


Time to visit Mankameshwar Temple Agra

During the summer, the temple opens at 4:40 in the morning and closes at 10:30 a.m. In winter, the temple opens at 5:10 in the morning and closes at 10:00 in the afternoon. On Monday, the temple is open until 11:00. In the temple, Mangal Aarti is performed at 5:00 in the morning and Abhishek Aarti at 6:00 in the morning.


Time to visit Shri Nathji

In summer, the time to visit Mangala of Srinath is from 6:30 to 6:45 in the morning. The time to look for makeup is from 8:30 to 10:30 in the morning. The time of the view of Raj Bhogi is from 11:30 to 12:00 noon. The flag raising time is from 5:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and the afternoon schedule is from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. While during the winter, some changes are made in these times, according to which the time to go to Mars in winter is from 6:45 to 7:00 in the morning. The makeup time is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The time of Raj Bhog Darshan takes place from 11:30 to 12:00. The flag raising schedule is held from 5:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. and the afternoon schedule is from 6:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Mankameshwar Location

Architecture of Mankameshwar Temple Agra

There is a temple in the center of the temple where the statue of Shiva is established. Around this statue are the statues of the members of Shiva's family, which include statues of Ganesha, Parvati Maa, Kartike, Kirtimukh, Mandi Gana, Maa Gaura, Ardhanariwar and Mother Annapurna. There are many stairs to go down, if some devotee wants to go here, where all these idols are installed, then they have to cross all these Sidhis. Tourists are allowed to approach the main idol of Lord Shiva, but it is only possible with one condition when the tourist does not wear any kind of English clothes such as salwar suits, pants and pajamas, and have any type of leather Vastu that cannot be together.

A few years ago, on July 24, 2004, Shri Nanaji Bhai, the head of the Sri Dwarkadhishya temple in Mathura, had established Shri Nathji Swaroop of Krishna Ji in this temple. This form of Srinath Jee comes and Madurashtak is very unique and it seems very attractive to see.

Behind the main matrix, there are several small sanctuaries located within the main temple complex. All these temples are dedicated to different goddesses such as Mata Ganga, Mata Saraswati, Mata Gayatri, Lord Hanuman, Lord Krishna, Kaila Devi, Lord Narasimha and Lord Rama.

There is a strong belief here that Lord Shiva had promised that whatever comes here and worships this Shivalinga, Shiva ji will make his preconceptions. This is the main reason why Shivling is famous because Shivji fulfills the eccentric wishes of Mr. Mankameshwar Nathji. The 11 Akhand Jyothi, who is lit by the indigenous ghee in the temple, remains bright in the temple for 24 hours. Once the wish is fulfilled, the devotees come to this temple and light an island that costs Rs 1.25 to Rs 1.25 lakh per day.

There is another very different attraction for the people who come to this temple. This is a special drink that is only found in Mankameshwar. These sheets bend and bend again in a way that looks absolutely like a pyramid. Then, this cloth is covered with a sheet of silver, also called "silver work" and, finally, it is sprinkled with shell powder that looks very tasty and attractive even with the food.

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