Lingaraj Temple Bhubaneswar - Noentry for non - Hindus

Lingaraj Temple Bhubaneswar, the prohibition of entry of non-Hindus here 

There is no dearth of temples, mosques, and gurus in India. Because culture and civilization have been at the top and will always be there. The reason behind this is that we are the hands of the elderly behind the Indians. Those who teach us to preserve our civilization by giving rites. In the new era of technology, we must never forget our God. Its example is good in India. This is the reason that people are always making faith in the temples. Today we are telling you about the largest temple that is spread in about 150 meters and the peak of the temple is 180 feet high. Actually, this temple is in the famous Bhubaneswar city, named as Lingaraj Temple. As it is the capital of the state of Orissa. Where devotees keep on straining. Lingaraj Temple Bhubaneswar is the source of most faith and prestige for devotees.

Prohibition of entry of non-Hindus in Lingaraj Temple

Actually, Lingaraj temple has been given the special status of Hindu temple so only people of Hinduism can enter the temple. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the temple. To see the composition and beauty of this temple, non-Hindus come here and hence, a platform has been built in front of the temple for them. People from other religions can see the temple.

The history of the Lingaraj temple

It is said that this temple is also included in 6th Century articles. By the way, this temple is very old but its present form is considered in the 11th century. Meanwhile, Somvanshi King Jajati constructed the temple.

Near the temple, there is the dot-Sagar lake. In which the water of every waterfall and ponds of India is gathered. The devotee who comes here and takes a bath in this pond. He definitely finds salvation from sins. A story behind the lake is also hidden. It is said that the goddess Pworshippedarvati had slaughtered two fierce monsters name Sagard LT and FAS at this place. After the war, the mother felt terrible thirst and for which to quench Lord Shiva called for the contribution of all the holy rivers and the lake was built. Thus, Mother Parvati quenched her thirst with the water of Mother Sarovar.

Let us tell you that in this temple, the miraculous statue of Lord Bhubaneswar is worshiped. Visitors come from far and wide to see this miraculous idol and complete their desire. Shri Bhuvaneshwar is the incarnation of Lord Shiva. In this temple, people come from distant places to see the miraculous statue of Bhubaneswar. Tourist who visits Odisha must visit this temple to witness the divine presence of almighty.

Here, the celebration of Shivratri is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Let us tell you that there are three small temples in the courtyard of the temple which are idols of Lord Ganesha, Kartikeya, and Mata Gori. That is, Lord Shiva lives here with the whole family. That is why it is said that whoever wants to fulfill the wishes of his mind must go to Lord Shri Bhubaneswar's temple.

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