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Let’s learn about the unique history of Kedarnath Temple when Shiva was drawn to earth …

Kedarnath Dham is the tallest of the twelve Jyotirlingas and has a unique story. It is said that the ancient temple of Kedareshwar Jyotirlinga was built by Pandavas. According to Puranas, Kedar is the rear (part) of Mahisha, i.e. buffalo. Here, Lord Shiva was brought into the country. Let us know about this temple…

In the Skanda Purana, Lord Shankar said to Mother Parvati: “O Praneshvari! This area is as old as me. I received the Parabrahmatva in the form of Brahma in this place to create the universe, and since then this place has become my famous abode. This keKedarnath Dham is the tallest of the twelve Jyotirlingas and has a unique story. It is said that the ancient temple of Kedareshwar Jyotirlinga was built by Pandavas. According to Puranas, Kedar is the rear (part) of Mahisha, i.e. buffalo. Here, Lord Shiva was brought into the country. Let us know about this temple…

 

In the Skanda Purana, Lord Shankar said to Mother Parvati: “O Praneshvari! This area is as old as me. I received the Parabrahmatva in the form of Brahma in this place to create the universe, and since then this place has become my famous abode. This Kedarhand is like a paradise because of my eternal abode. In Kedarhand it is called “Akritva Darshanam Vaishvaya Kedarsagnashinah, Yo Gachkheda Badri Tasya Yatra Nifaltam Vrajet”, i.e. if one goes to the Badrinath area without the darshan of Lord Kedarnath, his journey will be in vain.

 

According to legend, Mahathapasvi Nar and Narayan Rishi, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, were fined at Kedar Shring in the Himalayas. Rejoicing in his worship, Lord Shankar appeared and, according to his prayer, he gave the blessing to remain in the form of Jyotirlinga forever. This place is located on a ridge called Kedar of the Kedarnath mountain range in the Himalayas.

 

By winning the Mahabharata war, Pandavas wanted to get rid of the sin of brotherhood. For this he wanted Lord Shankar’s blessing, but he was angry with them. This is why Lord Shanka went deep into Kedar and settled him. Pandavas followed them to Kedar. By that time, Lord Shankar had turned into a buffalo and joined the ranks of other animals. Thus, Bhima turned into a great figure and spread his legs on the two mountains. All the other cows, bulls and buffaloes were gone, but buffaloes like Shankarji were not ready to crawl out from under their feet. Bima attacked the buffalo hard, but the buffalo began to concentrate on the ground. Bhima then grabbed part of the back of the bull’s triangle. Lord Shankar was delighted to see the dedication and determination of the Pandavas. He immediately freed the Pandavas from their sins by giving darshan. Since then, Lord Shankar has been worshiped in Sri Kedanath in the shape of the back of a buffalo.

 

On the second day of Deepavali Mahaparva (Padva), the gates of the temple are closed in winter. The lamp burns continuously for 6 months. The priests reverently closed the gate and brought the gods and their punishments to Uchimat at the foot of the mountain for six months. After 6 months in May, the doors of Kedarnath opened. For 6 months no one lived in the temple and around it, but, surprisingly, the lamp burned continuously for 6 months.

s like a paradise because of my eternal abode. In Kedarnath it is called “Akritva Darshanam Vaishvaya Kedarsagnashinah, Yo Gachkheda Badri Tasya Yatra Nifaltam Vrajet”, i.e. if one goes to the Badrinath area without the darshan of Lord Kedarnath, his journey will be in vain.

According to legend, Mahathapasvi Nar and Narayan Rishi, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, were fined at Kedar Shring in the Himalayas. Rejoicing in his worship, Lord Shankar appeared and, according to his prayer, he gave the blessing to remain in the form of Jyotirlinga forever. This place is located on a ridge called Kedar of the Kedarnath mountain range in the Himalayas.

By winning the Mahabharata war, Pandavas wanted to get rid of the sin of brotherhood. For this he wanted Lord Shankar’s blessing, but he was angry with them. This is why Lord Shanka went deep into Kedar and settled him. Pandavas followed them to Kedar. By that time, Lord Shankar had turned into a buffalo and joined the ranks of other animals. Thus, Bhima turned into a great figure and spread his legs on the two mountains. All the other cows, bulls and buffaloes were gone, but buffaloes like Shankarji were not ready to crawl out from under their feet. Bima attacked the buffalo hard, but the buffalo began to concentrate on the ground. Bhima then grabbed part of the back of the bull’s triangle. Lord Shankar was delighted to see the dedication and determination of the Pandavas. He immediately freed the Pandavas from their sins by giving darshan. Since then, Lord Shankar has been worshiped in Sri Kedanath in the shape of the back of a buffalo.

On the second day of Deepavali Mahaparva (Padva), the gates of the temple are closed in winter. The lamp burns continuously for 6 months. The priests reverently closed the gate and brought the gods and their punishments to Uchimat at the foot of the mountain for six months. After 6 months in May, the doors of Kedarnath opened. For 6 months no one lived in the temple and around it, but, surprisingly, the lamp burned continuously for 6 months.

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