It is said that the mother of the mountains Vaishno Devi fulfils all the wishes. Anyone who goes with his/her true heart in his court meets every wish. Such is the true court- Mother Vaishno Devi's.
On arrival of the mother's call, the devotee reaches his court with some excuse. In the Haseen Tardis, the place of Vaishno Devi in the cave on Trikuta Mountains is a prominent pilgrim place for Hindus, where millions of pilgrims come from far and wide for the visit.
The temple of Vaishno Devi Mata is located about 14 kilometres from Katra. The height of that temple is about 5,200 feet. Every year lakhs of devotees come to see the Mother Rani's vision. After several hours of the long climb, they get the good fortune of Mata Rani's philosophy.
But the devotees cannot return back to the court of Mother until they see Bhairav ??Baba. It is said that after seeing the Mata Rani, the devotee cannot see Bhairav baba as long as the philosophy is considered incomplete. Mother goddess Rani is blessed only by the people of Bhairav.
Why is it necessary to see Bhairav after seeing a mother, a legend is prevalent for this, which we and you would surely like to know.
Here we will discuss why the visit of Vaishno Mata temple is incomplete without Bairavnath temple darshan. A holy story is behind this reason.
According to mythological belief, It is said that once the devotees of Mother Vaishno Devi summoned the virgin daughters for Navratri worship. Mata Rani came in the form of a daughter and reached there. Mother asked Sridhar to invite all the people of the village to donate for Bhandara.
After getting the invitation, many people of the village reached Shridhar's house to eat. Then the daughter-in-law Vaishno Devi started serving food to everyone. While serving food, the girl went to Bhairavnath. But Bhairavnath began to insist on eating meat and alcohol in the food.
The girl tried to convince her that Bhairavnath wanted to capture the girl after being angry. But before that, the wind flew towards the Trikuta Mountains as a form of air.
By reaching a cave in this mountain, the mother has done penance for nine months. According to the belief, Hanumanji was with him to protect his mother at that time.
Bhairavnath also reached the cave while chasing him. Then the mother left the other end of the cave. This cave is famous today as Ardhkumari or Adikudi.
Even after leaving the second gate from the cave, Bhairavnath did not leave the mother's chase. Then Mata Vaishnavi took the form of Mahakali and killed Bhairavnath.
Bhairavnath's head cut into the Bhairav valley of the Trikuta Mountains, 8 km away from the building. That place is known as the temple of Bhairavnath.
However, after the slaughter, Bhairavnath realized his mistake and he begs for forgiveness.
The compassionate mother did not just forgive her, but giving her a boon said that my vision would not be considered as complete unless a devotee would appear to you after me.
It is noteworthy that according to this mythological belief, even after seeing the devotees of Vaishno Devi, devotees go to the depth of 8 kilometres and visit Bhairavnath. So that their visions can be fulfilled and they get the fullest reward of Mata Rani's philosophy.
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