Maha Shivaratri Special || HISTORY OF PURA MAHA DEV & SHIVA


Puramahadeva, also known as Parashurameshwar. Puramahadeva, also known as Parashurameshwar. Puramahadeva, also known as Parashurameshwar. Pura, a small village in Balauni town, a little village in Baghpat district, near the city of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh Pura, a small village in Balauni town, a little village in Baghpat district, near the city of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh Pura, a small village in Balauni town, a little village in Baghpat district, near the city of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh Which has an ancient temple of the Hindu Lord Shiva which is a revered center of Shiva devotees. Which has an ancient temple of the Hindu Lord Shiva which is a revered center of Shiva devotees. Which has an ancient temple of the Hindu Lord Shiva which is a revered center of Shiva devotees. It has also been considered as an ancient Siddhpeetha. It is recognized not only for this region but also in all western Uttar Pradesh. It is recognized not only for this region but also in all western Uttar Pradesh. In the month of Shravan and Phalgun, Millions of Shiva devotees bring the holy water of the Ganga In the month of Shravan and Phalgun, millions of Shiva devotees bring the holy water of the Ganga in Kavad from Haridwar on foot and consecrate Parashurameshwar Mahadev. in Kavad from Haridwar on foot and consecrate Parashurameshwar Mahadev. n Kavad from Haridwar on foot and consecrate Parashurameshwar Mahadev. It is believed that Lord Shiva also fulfills all the wishes of his devotees with pleasure. It is believed that Lord Shiva also fulfills all the wishes of his devotees with pleasure. It is believed that Lord Shiva also fulfills all the wishes of his devotees with pleasure. Where is Parashurameshwar Purushmahadev Temple. There was a Kajri forest long ago. There used to be Kajri forest long ago. Jamadagni lived with his wife Renuka in his ashram in this forest. Jamadagni lived with his wife Renuka in his ashram in this forest. Renuka used to make raw pot daily and brought water from Hindon river. Renuka used to make raw pot daily and brought water from Hindon river. She used to offer water to Shiva. The Hindon River, which in the Puranas has been called Panchtirthi The Hindon River, which in the Puranas has been called Panchtirthi and is also famous as Harnandi River This temple is located 35 km from Meerut and 30 km from Baghpat. This temple is located 35 km from Meerut and 30 km from Baghpat. This temple is located 35 km from Meerut and 30 km from Baghpat. This temple is full of miracles and its history is equally exciting. This temple is full of miracles and its history is equally exciting. This temple is full of miracles and its history is equally exciting. Once in ancient times, King Sahastra Bahu reached the ashram in search of hunting. Once in ancient times, King Sahastra Bahu reached the ashram in search of hunting. In the absence of the sage Renuka paid full respect to the king by the grace of Kamadhenu cow. In the absence of the sage Renuka paid full respect to the king by the grace of Kamadhenu cow. The king wanted to take that wonderful cow from there. The king wanted to take that wonderful cow from there. But he could not succeed in doing so. End of the day, the king angrily takes Renuka to his palace at Hastinapur End of the day, the king angrily takes Renuka to his palace at Hastinapur End of the day, the king angrily takes Renuka to his palace at Hastinapur and closed the room. But, Renuka is freed by her younger sister queen as she gets the chance. Renuka is freed by her younger sister queen as she gets the chance. Renuka is freed by her younger sister queen as she gets the chance. Renuka came back and told the whole story to the sage. Renuka came back and told the whole story to the sage. But the sage ordered Renuka to leave the ashram because of one night stay at the another man’s place. Renuka repeatedly prays to her husband that She is a holy women. and she will not leave the ashram. If he doesn’t believe, he can kill him with their own hands. So that she can get salvation by dying at the hands of her husband. But the sage was stabled on his decision. The sage then asked his three elder sons to cut their mother’s head, but his sons refused. Parshuram, the fourth son, considered his father’s command as his duty, and cut his mother’s head from the body. Later Parashuram ji was deeply repentance of this. He started doing severe austerities at a distance and established Shiva lingam over there and started worshiping. Ashutosh Shiva pleased with his austerity came in his dev form and asked for a boon. Lord Parashuram prayed to revive his mother. Lord Shiva resurrected his mother also gave axe and said that whenever he uses it during war, he will win. Parashurama started living in the same forest by building a hut. A few days later, Parashurama killed King Sahastra Bahu with his army by his axe. He was very angry due to the misdeeds of at time’s Kshatriyas. Therefore, he killed the Kshatriyas on the earth, twenty-one times he made earth Kshatriyas free. A temple was also built at the place where Shivling was established. The time lapsed and temple turned into ruins. After a long time, the queen of Landaura came out to roam here and her elephant stopped coming there. Even after the great effort of Mahavatha, the elephant did not move from there then the queen ordered the soldiers to dig that place. During the excavation there a Shivalinga was seen over there on which the queen built a temple. The same Shivalinga and the temple built on it is today known as Parashurameshwar Temple. At this very holy site, Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Krishna Bodh Ashram Ji Maharaj also did penance and with his compassion, Puramhadev Mahadev Committee was also formed which runs this temple. As I told you earlier, In Falgun and Sharavn Month, Lacs of Shiv’s devotees do the consecration of Parashurameshwar Mahadev by bringing holi water of Ganga on foot either from Haridwar or from Gomukh. Bringing holy Ganaga water known as kavad. Who all bring the Kavad they known as Kavadiyas. All Kavadiyas face many problems while walking on foot more than 150 KMs, Even after all this, all the Kavadis complete their walking journey with great enthusiasm and love. All Kavadiyas call each other Bhole during this journey. So that They can call Shiv’s lovely name “Bhole” many times. There is also a fair during the same time on Tryodashi and Chaturdashi. In which Many persons come here for participation and which is very famous because of this beautiful Temple. Thank you for watching. 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