Latest webisode in the #TranquilDelhi #JourneysWithin vlog series – Jain Temple Dadabari of Mehrauli, Delhi, India!
Ahinsa Sthal is a Jain temple located in Mehrauli, Delhi. The main deity of the temple is Mahavira, the 24th and last Tirthankara (human spiritual guide) of present half cycle of time. A magnificent statue of Tirthankara Mahāvīra is installed here.
(Text source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahinsa_Sthal)
Join us as we stop by for a quick visit to this temple, a sacred Hindu pilgrimage that receives devotees in large numbers regularly and is also commonly known as Orchha Temple!
New Episode from magnificent ORCHHA Up Now 🙂 This time let’s explore the grand CHATURBHUJ TEMPLE (चतुर्भुज मंदिर) !!
It was fun climbing to the pinnacle of this grand temple to get the beautiful view of the city and the Betwa river flowing nearby 🙂 The temple was constructed by the Bundela Rajputs of the kingdom of Orchha. Its construction was begun by Madhukar Shah and completed by his son, Vir Singh Deo in the early 16th century. Cheers!
The Historical DEVI MANDIR at Panipat ! A major religious centre with temples of several Hindu deities including a temple dedicated to the pious rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati! This temple was also a major hub where the Maratha forces gathered during the Batlle of Panipat! Happy Exploring 🙂
#Panipat #Haryana #History #Heritage #Temple #India #Culture #Travel
In this episode of our heritage exploration series we bring to you the ancient Shanishchara temple located at Shani Parvat, Village Ainti, District Morena, Madhya Pradesh, India.
This temple is believed to be the oldest Shani temple in the world dating back to the Treta Yug (one of the early ages of mankind as per the Hindu belief). Also the idol of Lord Shani here is believed to have been made out of a meteoroid that fell from the sky during ancient times!
Find it on our heritage-map here
The mystical MITAWALI – Chausath Yogini Shiva Tantric Temple! This temple dedicated to Taantric practices and meditation dates back to the 9th Century and happens to be one of our MOST FAVOURITE sites visited till date! The video is designed to be a meditation-music video of sorts with 3 original meditation audio tracks and also has some narration about the history of the place. Hope you’ll enjoy and have a meditative experience viewing this 🙂 A cozy n cool environ and nice headphones (or big speakers with bass) is advisable 🙂 Blessings for all!
Saas Bahu ka mandir or Sahastrabahu Temple – Located to the east of Gwalior Fort, this place boasts of magnificent architecture and also gives a good view of the whole city! Also, this was one of our “the best” experiences at Gwalior 🙂 This episode attempts to bring some of that awesomeness to you ..hope you’ll like it! Cheers! 🙂
TELI KA MANDIR – A beautiful work of art, architecture and devotion, this temple stands tall within the Gwalior Fort complex. Noteworthy are the Khajuraho-like erotic figures all around the temple structure, our “360 degrees Heritage selfie” and grown-ups caught-on-camera ‘stealing’ berries outside the temple complex 🙂 Hope you’ll like this latest episode from our Heritage Exploration series! Cheers 🙂
This temple is believed to be a 10th Century Shiva temple owing to the grand statues of Nandi at the entrance. The interiors comprise of beautifully carved sculptures depicting stories from the Puranas and several other mythological epics. Later in the 19th century the temple was fortified by the Jat Ranas rulers thereby giving it a local name as “Garhi” which means a small fort/fortress! Yet again , amazing experience here 🙂