Himachal Tourism

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Attractive Places In Bilaspur Himachal Pardesh.

Naina Devi Temple:

Naina Devi Temple
The Temple of Shri Naina Devi Ji is located on a top of hill in the Bilaspur Distt. of Himachal Pradesh in India.The temple is linked with state Highway No. 21. The temple at the top of the hill can be reached via road (that curves round the hill up to a sure point) and then by real steps (that lastly reach the top). There is also a cable car ability that moves pilgrims from the bottom of the hill all the way to the top.
The hills of Naina Devi fail to notice the Gobind Sagar lake. The lake was created by the Bhakra-Nangal Dam.Several fabulous stories are linked with the organization of the temple.According to a fable, Goddess Sati overcooked herself alive in Yagna, which upset Lord Shiva. He chosen the dead body of Sati on his bear and started his Tandava dance. This shocked all deities in the paradise as this could lead to holocaust. This urged Lord Vishnu to unleash his Chakra that cut the Sati’s body into 51 pieces. Shri Naina Devi Temple is the place where eyes of Sati fell down.

Naina Devi Temple
One more story connected to the temple is of a Gujjar Boy . Once he was grazing his livestock and experiential that a white cow is showering milk from her udders on a stone. He saw the same thing for next more than a few days. One night while sleeping, he saw Goddess in her thoughts who told him that the stone is her Pindi. Naina tell about the whole state of affairs and his vision to Raja Bir Chand. When Raja saw it occurrence in reality, he built a temple on that spot and named the temple after Naina’s name.

Shri Naina Devi Temple is also recognized as Mahishapeeth because of beat of fiend Mahishasur by the Goddess. According to the myths, Mahishasur was a influential fiend who was holy by the benefit of immortality by Lord Brahma, but the condition was that he could be defeated only by an unmarried woman. Due to this benefit, Mahishasur started spreading terror on Earth and Gods. To cope with the demon, all Gods joint their powers and shaped a Devi to beat him. The Devi was talented dissimilar types of arms by all Gods. When Mahishasur got enthralled by the huge beauty of Devi and future her to marry him. Devi told him that she will marry him if he would overpower her. During the battle, Devi beaten the fiend and took out both his eyes. This urged Gods to happily clap “Jai Naina” and therefore the name.

Bhakar Dam:

Bhakar Dam
Bhakra Dam is a real seriousness dam crossways the Satluj River in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh in northern India.The dam, situated at a ravine near the (now flooded) upstream Bhakra village in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh of 226 m. India's tallest dam is "tehri dam "of 265 m.[1] The distance end to end of the dam (calculated from the road above it) is 518.25 m and the width is 9.1 m. Its tank known as "Gobind Sagar" stores up to 9.34 billion cubic metres of water. The 90 km long tank created by the Bhakra Dam is spread over an area of 168.35 km2. In terms of quantity of water, it is the third largest tank in India, the first being Indira Sagar Dam in Madhya Pradesh with ability of 12.22 billion cu m and second Nagarjunasagar Dam. Described as "New Temple of Resurgent India" by Jawaharlal Nehru,[2] the first prime minister of India, the dam attracts tourists from all over India. Bhakra dam is 15 km from Nangal city and 20 km from Naina Devi city.

Nahar Singh Dhaulra :

Baba Nahar Singh.
The temple of Baba Nahar Singh exists at Dholra in the Bilaspur Town. The people all over Bilaspur adoration Baba Nahar Singh. Baba is also recognized as ‘Bajia’, ‘Peepal Wala’, ‘Dalian Wala’. Baba ji is recognized as obvious (Prtyaksh) god. Baba Nahar Singh was the god of Naggar the assets of Kullu Riyasat. Raja Deep Chand (1650-1665) of Bilaspur married princess of Kullu Lai Dei (she is now recognized as Naggar Dei also). When the princess now identified as Rani of Bilaspur reached Bilaspur she had recurrent attacks of oblivion. The loyal people of Bilaspur tried to find out the motive for this. They all came to the end that Baba Nahar Singh has accompany Rani and the god wants to be recognized with all spiritual rituals. Raja Deep Chand did the same and recognized the god in Dholra. ‘Kharaun’ (the wooden slippers) of Baba Nahar singh symbolizes him and are located in the temple. In the month of ‘Jeth’ (mid May to mid June) on every Tuesday fairs are prearranged in the temple.

Bandla Hills:
Bandla Hills.
Well-known for paragliding.

Vyaas Gufa:

Vyaas Gufa.
The oldest and the most famous religious place which lies on the left bank of river Satluj. It is about 610 m on top of sea level. It is located flanked by the old and new Bilaspur rural community. There is a common faith that Vyas Rishi of Mahabharta fame lived in this Gufa in reparation. The name of the present Bilaspur city traces its source to Rishi Vyas which was at first known as Vyaspur. It is a place of pilgrimage. It is about 0.5 km from district headquarters.

Laxmi Narayan Temple:

Laxmi Narayan Temple.
Baba Balak Nath: Babal Balak Nath is a Punjabi and Hindu divinity worshipped in the northern Indian states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.He has a big figure of group in Delhi also. His main temple is in Una, Himachal pradesh. The base city is known as Shahtalai. His temple is very big and women are not allowable to enter the main garbagriha since he was a Brahmachari and could not had any women near him. There is a dissimilar way to seek blessings from the same icon but at a coldness. Many people with their desires come to this temple. Baba Balak Nath is an avatar or personification of lord Shiva.
Markandey: Temple:At just 20 km, it is an good-looking place in Bilaspur situated on Ghagus-Brahmpukhar road. It is named after Rishi Markandey. As per the history, Rishi Markandey had no children and thus, he worshiped in this temple to have a child. As a consequence, Lord Shiva blessed him with one son but warned that the boy will live up to the age of 12 years only. So Rishi named his son as Markandeya. afterward on, the child Markandey worshiped Lord Shiva at this place and finally when his claimed age was about to move toward, he conventional the blessings from Lord Shiva in the form of funding of his wishes. Markandey Ji is also respected as the ‘Child of God’.

Badol Devi Temple:

Badol Devi Temple
 Badol, Bilaspur, Himachal PradeshBadol Devi Temple is situated atop a hill in Badol Village in Bilaspur district, Himachal Pradesh, at a coldness of 3 km from Gehrwin on the Gehrwin-Dhanathar Road. The holy place is devoted to Goddess Durga, at length recognized as Badol Devi, the sign of Mother Shakti. famous stories be plentiful by the Badol Devi temple. The most talked about is that of an old man, Bhura. He had a childless cow that second-hand to spill her milk in a exact place. After witnessing this event, Bhura was thunderstruck and supposed that some person had charmed his cow. He forbidden his cow from going to that place once more. One day he was angry and chopped the cow. But he was taken aback when he saw bloody milk flowing from the cow's wounds. Finally Bhura unspoken all. When people got to know about the occurrence, they dug up the place where the cow used to drop her milk and found a 'pindi' (the base of a sacred stone or stone idols) of Goddess Durga that was later recognized in the shrubs nearby. Badol Devi temple can be reached from Kiratpur Railway Station, the nearest railhead.

Gugga Gehrwin Temple:

Gugga Gehrwin Temple.
This is a very graceful temple located on well-known flat terrain ofGehrwin which is about 36 km ahead of Bilaspur. This place is Gugehri of well-known Chauhan’s family of Marudesh of Rajasthan. There are many Gugehris increase all through the district which have their own individuality, though, this temple is centre of particular attachment and honour for the people. throughout rainy season, throughout Bilaspur, tale of Gugga is recited from Raksha Bandhan to Gugga Naumi. Legend is that Gugga was son of mother Bachhal and follower of Guru Gorakhnath. He originated from Guggal (a special type of Dhoop) as a result of Guru Gorakhnath’s blessings.

Kandrour Bridge:

Kandrour Brdige.
(8 kilometres from Bilaspur on National Highway No-88, across the river Satluj). Very beautiful and fascinating bridge. Its building was in progress in April,1959 and was finished in 1965. The sum cost of building came to Rs. 28,12,998. The distance of the bridge is about 280 meters with a width of about seven meters and the height above the lowest river bed below is about 80 meters, making it one of the highest bridge in the world. It is ranked first in Asia for its height. It has provided a link between Bilaspur, Ghumarwin and Hamirpur district, and is a marvellous manufacturing achievement. The pillars behind the bridge are hollowed. The bridge was opened by Shri Raj Bahadur, Minister of Transport in 1965.


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