The deeper you go, the better you know! This phase stands perfect for Sameli’s Baglamukhi Temple. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Bagalamukhi who is also called Maa Pitambari in north India. Bagalamukhi is one of the ten forms of the wise Devi, symbolizing potent female primeval force.
While the temple is spread on a large piece of land, you will love the anonymity and forget the restless city life. Apart from spirituality, you will admire the structure of the temple that is chosen to inculcate in the mode of Shikhara architecture. The other main temples dedicated to Bagalamukhi or Bagala Devi are located at Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati, and Assam.
The shrine is dedicated to one of the ten Mahavidyas of the Supreme Goddess as per Shaktism. Devotees visit the temple with hopes of getting their wishes fulfilled, cases won, exams passed or life otherwise to be happy and successful. It is said that anything asked for after performing Homagni and Yajna at the temple is granted.
Did you know the secret of the yellow-hued walls of the temple? There is a purpose to layering up the walls of the temple in yellow color. It is believed that yellow color is the favorite color of the deity Baglamukhi.
The architecture of Masroor Rock-cut Temple is definitely its most praiseworthy feature. The explorers, historians, and the new-age architect can get a glance at this amazing piece of art and then relish it for years.
Many celebrations and festivals, like Navratri, Guru Purnima, Vasant Panchami, and other special pujas and aartis are performed in Maa Baglamukhi Temple.
You will never get bored while capturing the beautiful scenery from nature in Sameli. Not just roam around, bask in its glory.
Devotees gather to offer yellow sweets to the deity. They themselves dress in yellow clothes. The whole scene looks so charismatic with hues of yellow all around.
If you want to experience the beauty of Sameli while giving the heartiest visit to the Baglamukhi Temple in Kangra, you should definitely pick the months of September-December. These months are neither very hot nor too cold - just the right amount of pleasure.
The nearest airport is Kangra Airport. After reaching the airport, you can take a bus or taxi service to reach Baglamukhi Temple.
If you are heading from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, then, Opting out of the railway service is one of the best. The nearest railway station to Baglamukhi Temple is the Kangra mandir Railway Station in Halehr Khurd, Himachal Pradesh.
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