Shaktipeeth Ambaji of Gujarat, Sati's heart is believed to have fallen here - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Shaktipeeth Ambaji of Gujarat, Sati's heart is believed to have fallen here

Ambaji Temple is located in Danta taluka of Banaskantha district on the border of Gujarat and Rajasthan. 
This temple is one of the oldest and holy power pilgrimage places in the country. This is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas dedicated to Goddess Sati.

Ambaji's temple is located on the Arasur mountain in the Aravali range near the Gujarat-Rajasthan border, which is one of the most ancient temples in the country. This temple is about twelve hundred years old. This temple made of white marble is very magnificent. The peak of the temple is 103 feet high. The peak is made of gold. Which enhances the beauty of the temple. Devotees from abroad also come here for darshan. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths where Mother Sati's heart fell.

This temple is also a Shakti Peeth but it is a little different from other temples. In this temple the worship of mother Amba is done with the adoration of Shriyantra which cannot be seen with the naked eye. The priests here make the decoration of this Shriyantra so wonderful that the devotees feel as if Mother Ambaji is actually sitting here. It is with them that the holy unbroken light shines, which is said to never be dry.

It is believed that this temple is about 1200 years old. Gabbar mountain, 3 km away from Ambaji's temple, is also famous for the footprints and chariot symbols of mother Amba. Devotees who come to see the mother need to see the footprints of the mother and the footprints of the mother's chariot built on the stone on this mountain. It is said about the Ambaji temple that the mundan rites of Lord Krishna were performed here. Lord Rama has also come here to worship Shakti. A large number of devotees come here to pay homage to the mother during the Navratri festival. At this time, Shakti is worshiped in the temple floor by chanting garba.

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