A Popular Temple of India - Ambaji Pictures Download
Temple of Ambaji History :
AMBAJI-the origin of the cosmic power of the universe is one of the 51 ancient SHAKTIPEETHS of INDIA. For the significant places to pilgrimage for the worship of “SHAKTI” there are 12 SHAKTIPEETHS TIRTHS in INDIA. The list of the 12 SHAKTIPEETH is as followed:
- MAA BHAGWATI MAHAKALI MAHASHAKTIPEETH (UJJAIN)
- MA KAMAKSHI (KANCHIPURAM)
- MATA BRAMRAMBA( SHRI-SHAILAM)
- SHRI KUMARIKA (KANYAKUMARI)
- MATA AMBAJI (PALANPUR)
- MATA MAHALAXMI DEVI (KOLAHAPUR)
- DEVI LALITA (PRAYAG)
- VINDHYA-VASINI (VINDHYA)
- VISHALAKSHI (VARANASI)
- MANGLAVATI (GAYA)
- SUNDARI (BENGAL)
- GUHYESHWARI (NEPAL)
The surprising and attractive thing about this point is there are no images or statue in these 12 temples like SRI- ARASURI AMBAJI but there is a simple cave called GOKH in the inner wall. The SHAKTI VISA SHREE-YANTRAM is gold plated and convex shaped in back where 51 BIJ letters are written. All the SHAKTIPEETHS has the SHREE SHAKTI VISA YANTRAM like AMBAJI. The YANTRAMS are opened for devotion but not for photography, the surprising point about the YANTARAM is they are INVISIBLE and no one can capture a photograph it till this day.
The GABBAR has approximately 999 steps to go up from Westside to the temple. There is a holy lamp among the SHREE VISA YANTRA into the temple which is constantly burning. There are some beautiful sightseeing places on GABBAR including sunset point, cave and swings of MATAJI. The travelling through ropeway is such a great.
AMBAJI is the major SHAKTIPEETHS of AMBE MATA situated in the BANASKATHA district of Gujarat State. Millions of devotees visit the temple every year. AMBAJI temple has a golden YANTRAM with 51 chants. A triangular YANTRAM, inscribed with figures and the syllable SHREE in the center, represents the deity. There is no image of MAA AMBE in temple, people worship the YANTRAM.
The temple is open from 7 AM to 4:0 PM and 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM. A large number of devotees visit the temple every year on PURNIMA days. Every PURNIMA devotees reaches AMBAJI to worship AMBE MAA. BHADRAPADI PURNIMA is the main festival when a big fair of devotees comes at AMBAJI.
AMBAJI town is also known for mines of fine quality of marble and granites located in the area. Mt. Abu is just 45 km away from AMBAJI.
Transportation And Tourism :
The nearest airport for reaching AMBAJI is AHEMEDABAD, Which is 200km away from AMBAJI. The nearest railway station is ABU ROAD which is 22km away from it. The government transport buses and private luxury coaches are available to reach AMBAJI from various cities GUJARAT.
The hotel facilities and other basic requirements of tourists are available in AMBAJI. As the number of people takes place every year in AMBAJI, There are large numbers of hotels in there.
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