Bajrang Baan


The literal meaning of Bajrang Ban is Arrow of Hanuman Ji. Arrow to destroy hindrances in your path.

Written by Sri Tulsi Das Ji in Avadhi language.

It is a powerful mantra of Hanuman Ji just like Hanuman Chalisa

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Shri Bajrang Baan
॥Doha॥
Nishchaya Prema Pratiti Te, Binaya Karai Sanamana।
Tehi Ke Karaja Sakala Shubha, Siddha Karai Hanuman॥
॥Chaupai॥
Jaya Hanumanta Santa Hitakari। Suni Lijai Prabhu Araja Hamari॥
Jan Ke Kaja Vilamba Na Kijai। Atura Dauri Maha Sukha Dijai॥
Jaise Kudi Sindhu Wahi Para। Surasa Badana Paithi Bistara॥
Age Jaya Lankini Roka। Marehu Lata Gai Sura Loka॥
Jaya Vibhishana Ko Sukha Dinha। Sita Nirakhi Parama Pada Linha॥
Baga Ujari Sindhu Maham Bora। Ati Atura Yama Katara Tora॥
Akshaya Kumara Mari Sanhara। Luma Lapeti Lanka Ko Jara॥
Laha Samana Lanka Jari Gai। Jaya Jaya Dhuni Sura Pura Maham Bhai॥
Aba Vilamba Kehi Karana Swami। Kripa Karahun Ura Antaryami॥
Jaya Jaya Lakshmana Prana Ke Data। Atura Hoi Dukha Karahun Nipata॥
Jai Giridhara Jai Jai Sukha Sagara। Sura Samuha Samaratha Bhatanagara॥
Om Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanumanta Hathile। Bairihin Maru Bajra Ki Kile॥
Gada Bajra Lai Bairihin Maro। Maharaja Prabhu Dasa Ubaro॥
Omkara Hunkara Mahaprabhu Dhavo। Bajra Gada Hanu Vilamba Na Lavo॥
Om Hrim Hrim Hrim Hanumanta Kapisa। Om Hum Hum Hum Hanu Ari Ura Shisha॥
Satya Hou Hari Shapatha Payake। Ramaduta Dharu Maru Dhaya Ke॥
Jaya Jaya Jaya Hanumanta Agadha। Dukha Pavata Jana Kehi Aparadha॥
Puja Japa Tapa Nema Achara। Nahin Janata Kachhu Dasa Tumhara॥
Vana Upavana Maga Giri Griha Mahin। Tumare Bala Hama Darapata Nahin॥
Paya Paraun Kara Jori Manavon। Yaha Avasara Aba Kehi Goharavon॥
Jaya Anjani Kumara Balavanta। Shankara Suvana Dhira Hanumanta॥
Badana Karala Kala Kula Ghalaka। Rama Sahaya Sada Pratipalaka॥
Bhuta Preta Pishacha Nishachara। Agni Baitala Kala Marimara॥
Inhen Maru Tohi Shapatha Rama Ki। Rakhu Natha Marajada Nama Ki॥
Janakasuta Hari Dasa Kahavo। Taki Shapatha Vilamba Na Lavo॥
Jai Jai Jai Dhuni Hota Akasha। Sumirata Hota Dusaha Dukha Nasha॥
Charana Sharana Kari Jori Manavon। Yahi Avasara Aba Kehi Goharavon॥
Uthu Uthu Chalu Tohin Rama Duhai। Panya Paraun Kara Jori Manai॥
Om Chan Chan Chan Chan Chapala Chalanta। Om Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanu Hanumanta॥
Om Han Han Hanka Deta Kapi Chanchala। Om San San Sahama Parane Khala Dala॥
Apane Jana Ko Turata Ubaro। Sumirata Hoya Ananda Hamaro॥
Yahi Bajrang Baan Jehi Maro। Tahi Kaho Phira Kauna Ubaro॥
Patha Karai Bajrang Baan Ki। Hanumata Raksha Karai Prana Ki॥
Yaha Bajrang Baan Jo Japai। Tehi Te Bhuta Preta Saba Kampe॥
Dhupa Deya Aru Japai Hamesha। Take Tana Nahin Rahe Kalesha॥
॥Doha॥
Prema Pratitin Kapi Bhajai, Sada Dharai Ura Dhyana।
Tehi Ke Karaja Sakala Shubha, Siddha Karai Hanuman॥

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Tanot Rai Mata


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Tanot rai mata
Mata Shree Hinglaja ji as per her promise was born in BC 808 as Mata Shree Avad Devi,on navmi of chaitra month according to Hindu Calender. She was the first child of Shree Mamadiya ji.
Mata ji was the eldest amongst all seven daughter of Shree Mamadiya ji. She was popular among masses, from her childhood onwards showed many chamatkars(miracles).
She is worshipped as Tanot rai Mata , Goddess of Tanot(name of the village)

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History of the Temple

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The Tanot rai temple was built by last Bhati Raja Tanurav ji in BC 888. Tanot village is very near to Indo-pak boarder nearest city is Ramgarh.

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A samadhi of Peer Baba ji (in dark green)in temple .

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This temple is maintained  by BSF.
In the war of 1965 (Indo-pak war) , 450 shells were droped on this temple but the temple was unharmed . Pakistan army shelled about 3000 shells on Tanot and near by areas.
Near by areas were also protected from shelling and no harm to any thing.

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Bhairav nath ji Maharaj
Darshan of Mata are incomplete without darshan of Bhairav ji

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Mata mansa devi
Temple in Tanot rai temple, people tie a hanki or chunri here with a coin in knot.

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Dhari Devi


Before telling you about Dhari devi let me remind you about a resent flood which happened due to cloud burst in Kedarnath.

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Thousands have perished in flash floods and landslides in Uttarakhand. The holy town of Kedarnath was completely flattened.For believers, the fact that Kedarnath shrine was left untouched by the deluge and falling rocks presents ample proof of the powers of the divine. Also, the Shivlinga had not gone under the sludge and remained crowned by offerings of belpatra.

As a Blog of Mythology i should bring your notice to Dhari Devi, guardian deity of Uttarakhand, whose idol was removed from her temple hours before the cloudburst. A manifestation of Goddess Kali, Dhari Devi is revered as the protector of the Char Dhams.

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As per believers, Uttarakhand had to face the Goddess’ ire as she was shifted from her ‘mool sthan’ (original abode) to make way for a 330 MW hydel project that now lies in ruins. A similar attempt in 1882 by a local king had resulted in a landslide that had flattened Kedarnath.

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Built by Alaknanda Hydro Power Company Ltd (AHPCL), a subsidiary of infrastructure major GVK, the Srinagar hydel project had faced opposition from locals, saints and the BJP. They are opposed to the plan to relocate the Dhari Devi temple from its original site on a small island in the middle of the River Alaknanda.

The project dam would have submerged the island.

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The legend says that only the upper half of an idol of goddess Kali is called “Dhari Devi’ while her torso is worshipped as a ‘Shree Yantra’ at Kalimath Temple near Guptkashi. As per local lore, Dhari Devi changes in appearance during the day from a girl, to a woman, and then to an old lady. Only a visit to both the temples makes the darshan of the Goddess complete

As per reports, the original plan was to cut the upper half of the island and shift it to a higher location. However, owing to the lack of logistics required to carry out such a mammoth task, the plan was later altered and it was decided that only the visible part of the idol would be shifted.

Importantly, the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) had also opposed the relocation of the temple. In an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court, the ministry defended the right of people to worship at the temple.

However, despite opposition from MoEF, the Supreme Court gave its nod to relocate the idol to a raised platform. However, the apex court is yet to give its final order in the case.

As per conspiracy theorists, AHPCL officials artificially raised the water level in the dam so as to hasten the process of shifting of the Dhari Devi temple. Armed with all gear, the officials arrived at the temple site at 7.30 pm on Sunday (June 16) and cut off the idol from its base.Three priests and two locals then lifted the idol and placed it at the artificial platform constructed by AHPCL as the deity’s new seat.

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AHPCL officials were quoted as saying that the idol was relocated in a hurry as the temple was in danger of being submerged due to heavy floods in the region.

Just when the idol was lifted there was lighting and heavy rains followed by the cloud burst in Kedarnath that has left thousands dead.

Also, two pillars of the new structure at Dhari Devi temple gave way, forcing the removal of the idol. Currently, it is said to be kept at an elevated place close to the original spot.

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Dhari Devi’s wrath may or may not be behind the trail of destruction in Uttarakhand but what is undisputable is the story of exploitation of the hills and the resultant ill effects.

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Content help : Zee News, India

Bheenjbayala Temple


An Old temple of Mavadi and Khetpal ji in Bheenjbayala . its a Village in Ganganagar Dist of Rajasthan (India).Its my mother’s Maternal place , i have been here a couple of times. The Goddesses are worshiped to cure sickness and Poxes.the two sister Goddesses are Ujjavali and Savali . Ujjual means Bright and Savli means Dark Complexion . the offerings offered in this temple are Shakar, Gur , Oil , Laapsi , Kheel and Makhane

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Khetpal ji ,Beenjbayala temple

Khetpal ji ,Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Ravatsar Khetpal, Beenjbayala temple

Ravatsar Khetpal, Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

ujjwali mavdi, Beenjbayala temple

ujjwali mavdi, Beenjbayala temple

Savli mavdi, Beenjbayala temple

Savli mavdi, Beenjbayala temple

Bharav ji , Beenjbayala temple

Bharav ji , Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple

Beenjbayala temple