Patal Bhairavi Mandir Rajnandgaon Chhattisgarh

Location of Patal Bhairavi Mandir Rajnandgaon Chhattisgarh

The temple of Patal Bhairavi is in Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh.

It’s about 70 kilometers away from Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh.

History of Patal Bhairavi Mandir Rajnandgaon Chhattisgarh

It is said that this temple was constructed on 4 April 1998.

From then till today, this temple is a center of special reverence for the devotees of Mother Goddess and for the entire Chhattisgarh.

Maa Patal Bhairavi is a form of Mata Durga which is in this temple.

It is said that Goddess Durga took the form of a fierce warrior to destroy the evil ones.

It is said that he had assumed this form to kill the demon named Raktabeej.

Raktabeej Rakshasa had miraculous power

Raktabeej was such a demon whose blood, if even a drop of it fell on the ground, took the form of a new demon.
To solve this problem, Goddess Durga took the form of Goddess Kali and killed Raktabeej and drank all his blood.

In this temple, the Mata situated in the sanctum sanctorum is considered to be a form of Mata Kali.

The form of Patala Bhairavi is huge and terrifying

This temple is special in many ways.

This temple remains a center of faith for the devotees. The idol of Mother Goddess situated in the sanctum sanctorum of this temple has a very special significance. This statue has been made in such a way that if a person sees it for the first time, he is surprised. This fierce form of Maa Kali looks quite terrifying. The sanctum sanctorum of the temple is located at a depth of about 15 to 18 feet from the temple. The idol located in the sanctum sanctorum is said to be about 15 feet high and this idol is made of huge stone which would be about 11 tons heavy.

The reason why the idol of Patal Bhairavi Mata is 18 feet below the ground

It has been revealed in the Puranas and scriptures that this fierce form of Mother Kali used to reside underground, that is why it was named Patal Bhairavi considering the place of residence of Patal Bhairavi as the basic one, the sanctum sanctorum of this temple was also called the underworld. An attempt was made to keep it in the public.

Patal Bhairavi temple is built on 3 levels

Due to the special idol of Mother Goddess located here, this temple has remained a center of reverence for the last many years. This temple of Maa Patal Bhairavi is built in 3 levels. In which Mata Patal Bhairavi can be seen at the lower level. On the second level, there is the shrine of Tripura Sundari, which is also called Navadurga. After this, a huge Shivalinga of Lord Shiva has been installed on the top of the third and last level.

Shivling is 108 feet high

Regarding Shivling, it is said that this Shivling is about 108 feet high. The idol of Nandi, the vehicle of Lord Shiva, is also installed in front of Shivling. Along with this, the Shivalinga here is also claimed to be the tallest Shivalinga in the entire world.

jyothi Kalash is lit

Jyoti Kalash is established in this temple during both the Navratras of the year. The installation of Jyoti Kalash done here has special significance. Many people pray for their wishes by lighting a lamp in the court of Mother Goddess, while many people light a lamp here after their wishes are fulfilled.

Medicine is available in Sharad Purnima

In this temple, apart from Navratras, on the day of Sharad Purnima, a special type of herb is added to the kheer and a medicinal kheer is prepared. This kheer contains special types of herbs which are helpful in curing many diseases related to asthma and breathing. Thousands of devotees come here on the night of Sharad Purnima to get this kheer prasad. .

Patal Bhairavi Temple is 40 kilometers away from Maa Bamleshwari Temple

This temple is at a distance of only 40 kilometers from the temple of Bamleshwari Mata.

About 73% of the devotees who come to see Maa Bamleshwari come to this Patal Bhairavi Rajnandgaon to pay their obeisance.

Due to this, apart from Navratri, a lot of crowd is seen here in all the months of the year.

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How to reach Patal Bhairavi Temple

By Road 

Patal Bhairavi Temple is on National State Highway No. 6 in Rajnandgaon city.

It is at a distance of about 70 kilometers from Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh and its distance from Nagpur (Maharashtra) is 212 kilometers.

By Rail 

The nearest railway station to Patal Bhairavi is Rajnandgaon Railway Station, which is about 3 kilometers away.

By Air 

The nearest airport to Patal Bhairavi is Raipur Airport, the main airport of Chhattisgarh, which is at a distance of about 75 kilometers.

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