Vaishno Devi"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Mata Vaishno Devi Temple - The temple is located on Trikuta, a three-peaked mountain that is around 12 km from the base of the mountain. It is believed that the temple is nearly a million year old. The holy cave of Vaishno Devi is 98 ft long and has symbols of various Gods and Goddesses of Hindu mythology. On the mouth of the cave, there is a rock symbol of Vakratunda Ganesha. Along with the Ganesha symbol, the symbols of Surabaya Dec and Chandler Dec are also carved in the temple. Mata Vaishno Devi Temple is one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus, which is positioned at an elevation of 5,200 ft in the Katra district. The shrine is a cave temple, dedicated to Goddess Shakti in the form of three natural rock formations, called the Pindis that represent the three goddesses. These are Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Kali and Goddess Saraswati and are positioned at a distance of 91 ft inside the cave.

     

    ArdhKuwari - It is believed that Goddess Durga hid herself from BhairavNath for nine months in this cave. When BhairavNath entered the cave, the Goddess made a new opening with her trident. ArdhKuwari is a site of religious significance, popular for 15 foot long and narrow cave called GarbhaJoon. It is 4,800 ft above sea level and is situated 4.5 km from CharanPaduka. ArdhKuwari is a halfway point during the trek to the main shrine.

     

    BhairavNath Temple - According to mythology, in his last breath BhairavNath repented for his unholy acts and for the same Goddess forgave him. The shrine of BhairavNath is situated atop a hill, which is approachable from ArdhKuwari. BhairavNath Temple is a located at a distance of 3 km from the holy cave. Dedicated to saint turned demon, BhairavNath, the temple is the last point of the pilgrimage.

     

    CharanPaduka Temple - CharanPaduka Temple is one of the religious sites, which is situated at a distance of 1.5 km from Banganga. According to the mythological tales, Goddess Durga made a halt at the site when BhairavNath was chasing her. Positioned at an altitude of 3,380 ft, the site of holy footprints is one of the highlights of the destination.

     

    Banganga Temple - After watching his misery, Goddess shot an arrow into the stone to produce a spring, which is called as Banganga. Banganga Temple is one of the worship centres in the destination, which is about 3 km from Katra. As per myths, Goddess Durga on her way to Trikuta Hills from Bhumika Temple made a halt at the site, as LangoorVir was thirsty.

     

    Charan Ganga - Owing to religious significance, devotees collect water in containers to take back home. Charan Ganga is a site of the stream of water that runs from the Pindis inside the cave. The same stream is channelised to the bathing ghat at Bhavan. At the bathing ghat, devotees bathe before proceeding to the holy shrine.

     

    JahanKosha - Along with the canon, there is a beautiful mosque, known as Kadam Sharif. The mosque is believed to have footprints of a sage; Hazrat Mohammad. JahanKosha is an ancient site that features a cannon built by JanardhanKarmakar. Constructed in 17th century by the craftsmen from Bangladesh, the canon is 17.5 ft long.

  • Google Map
  • Hotels of Vaishno Devi

    Not found any Hotel !

  • DESTINATIONS OF Jammu n Kashmir

  • Weather

     

    Mata Vaishno Devi Temple - The temple is located on Trikuta, a three-peaked mountain that is around 12 km from the base of the mountain. It is believed that the temple is nearly a million year old. The holy cave of Vaishno Devi is 98 ft long and has symbols of various Gods and Goddesses of Hindu mythology. On the mouth of the cave, there is a rock symbol of Vakratunda Ganesha. Along with the Ganesha symbol, the symbols of Surabaya Dec and Chandler Dec are also carved in the temple. Mata Vaishno Devi Temple is one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus, which is positioned at an elevation of 5,200 ft in the Katra district. The shrine is a cave temple, dedicated to Goddess Shakti in the form of three natural rock formations, called the Pindis that represent the three goddesses. These are Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Kali and Goddess Saraswati and are positioned at a distance of 91 ft inside the cave.

     

    ArdhKuwari - It is believed that Goddess Durga hid herself from BhairavNath for nine months in this cave. When BhairavNath entered the cave, the Goddess made a new opening with her trident. ArdhKuwari is a site of religious significance, popular for 15 foot long and narrow cave called GarbhaJoon. It is 4,800 ft above sea level and is situated 4.5 km from CharanPaduka. ArdhKuwari is a halfway point during the trek to the main shrine.

     

    BhairavNath Temple - According to mythology, in his last breath BhairavNath repented for his unholy acts and for the same Goddess forgave him. The shrine of BhairavNath is situated atop a hill, which is approachable from ArdhKuwari. BhairavNath Temple is a located at a distance of 3 km from the holy cave. Dedicated to saint turned demon, BhairavNath, the temple is the last point of the pilgrimage.

     

    CharanPaduka Temple - CharanPaduka Temple is one of the religious sites, which is situated at a distance of 1.5 km from Banganga. According to the mythological tales, Goddess Durga made a halt at the site when BhairavNath was chasing her. Positioned at an altitude of 3,380 ft, the site of holy footprints is one of the highlights of the destination.

     

    Banganga Temple - After watching his misery, Goddess shot an arrow into the stone to produce a spring, which is called as Banganga. Banganga Temple is one of the worship centres in the destination, which is about 3 km from Katra. As per myths, Goddess Durga on her way to Trikuta Hills from Bhumika Temple made a halt at the site, as LangoorVir was thirsty.

     

    Charan Ganga - Owing to religious significance, devotees collect water in containers to take back home. Charan Ganga is a site of the stream of water that runs from the Pindis inside the cave. The same stream is channelised to the bathing ghat at Bhavan. At the bathing ghat, devotees bathe before proceeding to the holy shrine.

     

    JahanKosha - Along with the canon, there is a beautiful mosque, known as Kadam Sharif. The mosque is believed to have footprints of a sage; Hazrat Mohammad. JahanKosha is an ancient site that features a cannon built by JanardhanKarmakar. Constructed in 17th century by the craftsmen from Bangladesh, the canon is 17.5 ft long.

  • Events of Jammu n Kashmir

  • Photos of Jammu n Kashmir

Copyrights © 2010 | All Rights Reserved | Travel Vacanza |