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Laxman Sidhh Temple

This is one of the sidhh peeth and people comes here on sunday for prayer to fulfill their desire wish.


There is legend that Laxman brother of Lord Rama came to penance here for killing Ravana.

PLACE : Lachhiwala

Location  Dehradun-Rishikesh road

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Duryodhan Temple


PLACE : Jakholi (GARWAL)

It is believed that the local people wept so much at the defeat of the Kauravas and the death of Duryodhana at the battle of Kurukshetra that their tears became a river named Tamas (literally meaning sorrow). Tamas is also known as Tons. According to the local populace, the tear still flows and hence, the river water is never used for drinking

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मानेश्‍वर महादेव

         शिखर पर बना मंदिर काफी प्राचीन है चम्‍पावत शहर से करीब 7 किमी दूर चम्‍पावत – पिधौरागढ मोटर मार्ग से 1 किमी की दूरी पर प्राक़तिक सुषमायुक्‍त पर्वत शिखर पर बसा है कहावत है कि जब पांडव लोग अपने पितरो का श्राद्व करने मान सरोवर को जा रहे थे तब इस स्‍थान पर पहुचते –पहुचते श्रधा का दिन आ गया तब पांडव पुत्र् अर्जुन ने अपने गान्‍डीव से बाण मार चला कर जल धारा उत्‍तपन्‍न की व पितरों का श्राध तर्पण किया उसी वाण की गंगा से एक नौला वावली बना जो हमेशा जल से भरी रहती है इसका पानी अम़त तुल्‍य माना जाता है इस वावरी के जल से स्‍नान करने का अपना अलग ही आनन्‍द तथा महात्‍मय है यहां से चम्‍पावत शहर का द़श्‍य बहुत ही सुन्‍दर दि खाई देता है


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व्‍यानधुरा

         आस्‍था का केन्‍द्र व्‍यानधुरा विभिन्‍न प्रकार के वन्‍य जन्‍तुओं से भी भरा पूरा है यह मंदिर मनोहारी प्राक़तिक सौन्‍दर्य से भरपूर्व है तथा टनकपुर से 25 कि,मी दूर अवस्थित है इस मंदिर की बनावट अन्‍य मंदिरो से भिन्‍न है  जिसमें छत और कलश नहीं है इसमें धनुश –वाण, ि‍त्रशूल  इकठठे है ऐडी को अर्जन का अवतार तथा व्‍यान को धर्मराज युधिष्टिर का अवतार मानते है मान्‍यताहै कि पांडव की तपोभूमि होने से भगवती  व्‍यान, देव ,ऐडी ने तुर्क आक़मणकारी को जिसे माल का भराडा कहते है को रोका पांडवो ने व्‍यानधुरा में अज्ञातवास के समय भगवती की आराधना की ओर अस्‍त्र् शस्‍त्रों को इसी स्‍थान पर छिपाया भीम ने कीचक का वद्य भी इसी क्षेत्र् मे किया था दस क्षेत्र् में मुगल कालीन लेख भी मिला है एडी व व्‍यान राजांशी देव के रूप में पूजयनीय है और न्‍याय केप्रतीक माने जाते है इसकी कई शाखायें है एक शाखा चम्‍पावत से 3 किमी, चम्‍पावत – ललुवापानी मोटर मार्ग से मात्र् 1.50 किमी पर है तथा एक अन्‍य शाखा गहतोडा फटक्‍ शिला के नाम से सेन धुरा में अवस्थित है इन मंदिरों में पशु बलि वर्जित है जन मानस में ऐडी व्‍यानधुरा की महीमा बहुत है


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अखिलतारणी (Champwat)

यह उपशक्ति पीठ है घने हरे देवदार बनी के बीच में भव्‍य प्राचीन मन्दिर व धर्मशला बनी है मान्‍यता के अनुसार यहॉं पांडवों ने घटोत्‍कच के सिर को प्राप्‍त करने के लिए मां भगवती की प्रार्थना की थी यहां श्रावण मास के संक्रान्ति को मेला लगता है यह चम्‍पावत से पैदल मार्ग 8 मिल की दूरी पर स्थित है

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The Yogdhyan Badri Temple is as old as the temple of Badrinath. Pandukeshwar is 24 kms  from Joshimath , it has the Yogdhyan Badri temple one of the panch badri . The image here, in a meditative posture, is worshiped as at Badrinath.

According to the myth, the Pandavas made over Hastinapur to Raja Parikshit and retired here. Also king Pandu, the father of Pandavas had spent his last days doing penance here before his Nirvana, and hence the name. Some famous copper plate carrying old inscriptions providing valuable information on the history of the temple and early Katyuri Rajas have been found here. The surrounding region is Panchal Desh better known as UttarKhand. Suryakund , which is on the top of Milam glacier, is a hot water spring. Here Kunti is said to have given birth to Karna, fathered by Surya. Pandu married Kunti at Pandukeshwar near Sri Badrinath.

Taken from : http://chamoli.nic.in/temples.htm

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Tungnath Temple (Chamoli Garwal)

Tungnath is located in Chamoli, a district of Garhwal, in Uttranchal, India. The Tungnath Temple, situated on Tungnath at an altitude of 3,680 meters, is the highest Shiva shrine among the Panch kedars. The temple is believed to be 1000 years old. Shiva is worshipped here as one of the Panch Kedars.

It is believed that the temple was built by the Pandavas to appease Lord Shiva, who was enraged by the massacre on the battlefield of Kurukshetra during the Mahabharat war.



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Arjuneshwar in Pithoragarh District


Arjuneshwar : Ten Km from  the west of  Pithoragarh town on the top of a hill at a height of   6000  ft.  is  situated  the Shiva  temple  called  Arjune- shwar believed  to have been  built   by  Arjuna   the   great warrior & the supreme archer.

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Kalpeshwar

Kalpeshwar is situated at Kalpeshwar in the beautiful Urgam Valley. Nestled at an altitude of 2,134 m, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This is one of the Pancha or Five Kedar shrines. Kalpeshwar can be reached by a 10 km trek from Rudranath to Helong. According to a popular legend, the Pandavas sought the blessings of Lord Shiva to atone their sins after the battle of Kurukshetra. Lord Shiva eluded them repeatedly and hid himself at Guptakashi. When Pandavas spotted him at Gupatakashi, Shiva tried fleeing and took the form of a bull at Kedarnath. On being followed by the Pandava brothers, he dived into the ground and disappeared; only his hump could be seen. Bhim, the second Pandava brother, jumped on this hump and tried to catch hold of the bull by his hump. It is believed that just as bull's hump appeared in Kedarnath, his belly appeared in Madmaheshwar Temple, his limbs at Tungnath Temple, his head and hair at Kalpeshwar, and his face at Rudranath Temple. All these five temples are together known as Panchakedar and a pilgrimage of all these five shrines is considered holy by the Hindus. At Kalpeshwar, Shiva is worshipped in the form of matted hair.


 

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