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Asireshwar Shiv Mandir: Ashwatthama worships first in this temple of Lord Shiva


Asireshwar Shiv Mandir: India is called the country of temples. There are many ancient temples of gods and goddesses here. All these temples have their own unique specialty and mystery, which leaves people surprised after seeing and hearing it. Among these temples full of mysteries, there is one temple where Ashwatthama himself comes to worship. This is the same Ashwatthama who was cursed by Lord Shri Krishna to wander for life during the Mahabharata war.

Where is that temple?

An ancient Shiva temple is situated in the Asirgarh fort located in Burhanpur district of Madhya Pradesh. According to historians, the fort was built during the Ramayana period i.e. in the 14th century. It is believed that after the curse, Ashwatthama has been wandering in this fort of Burhanpur for the last 5 thousand years.

Ashwatthama worships Lord Shiva first

It is believed that Ashwatthama goes to the Shiva temple of Asirgarh fort to worship Lord Shiva first during Brahma Muhurta. The priests here believe that he worships Bholenath and leaves before the doors of the temple open in the morning. Finding fresh flowers and roli offered on the Shivling every morning is a mystery in itself. Local residents tell many stories related to Ashwatthama. People say that whoever saw Ashwatthama, his mental condition deteriorated forever, that is, whoever sees Ashwatthama goes completely mad.

Other mysteries related to the fort

It is said that the archaeological team excavated the western side of the fort. During this time, they found many special things. A beautiful palace was found under the ground at the place where the excavation was done. It is said that the palace must have been built for the queen. 20 secret rooms have been found in this queen's palace. According to the Archaeological Department, the palace is built in an area of ​​100 by 100. There is also a bathing pool in this palace. Also, a prison has also been found during the excavation. There are iron windows in the prison. Also, doors have also been found.

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