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Have anyone heard about jwala Ji mata Temple ?

garry420

New member
Namaste to all

since i am from north india , i would love to enrich your knowledge of north india..
Have anyone heard about jwala Ji mata Temple in himachal ?
It is attached with some great stories ...

Thanks
 

Balacs

Member
Namaste to all

since i am from north india , i would love to enrich your knowledge of north india..
Have anyone heard about jwala Ji mata Temple in himachal ?
It is attached with some great stories ...

Thanks
Yes, of course. I have heard of Jwala Mata temple, though I have not been to Himachal Pradesh. I have travelled across the length and breadth of the country with my family to visit various temples including the Karni Mata temple (popularly known as the Rat Temple) in Rajasthan. I speak Hindi and Bengali like a native, courtesy my nearly five decades stay in Kolkata, though I have been residing in Tamil Nadu for the past 14 years. My language skills are of immense help in my travels across the country. In 2018 I planned to visit the little known Ananthapura Lake Temple in Kasargod, Kerala, but was dissuaded due to heavy floods. The main attraction of this temple is a "Vegetarian Crocodile 🐊" which eats only the prasad (offerings) given to it by priests comprising huge rice balls mixed with jaggery. The crocodile does not even eat the fish in the temple lake. I would love to swim in this lake, albeit with a little trepidation, alongside the crocodile. The crocodile mostly remains invisible in its cave under a rock and comes out for meals when called by the temple priests. It is believed that it is a blessing to sight this crocodile. Thanks for reading.
 

tbs

Well-known member
hi

yes....it is in kangra distt himachal pradesh....when i was serving in indian army in chandigarh...i heard abt

a lot ...even i visited some parts of himachal pradesh....but i was not able visit jwala ji mata..
 

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