Devi Kup Temple

October 25, 2022 by admin0

The Shri Devi Kup Temple, is the spiritual center of reverence, love, and faith in Kurukshetra city. Kurukshetra of Haryana is considered one of the major pilgrimage centers for Hindus. This place is so ancient that even today this place bears testimony to the devastating war of Mahabharata that took place 5000 years ago.

Kurukshetra is very closely related to the war of Mahabharata because according to mythological beliefs, Lord Krishna had chosen Kurukshetra for the battle of Mahabharata and at this place, Shri Krishna also preached the Gita to Arjuna.

Apart from this, today we are going to tell you about an ancient temple of Kurukshetra, which is said to have a deep connection with the war of Mahabharata and Shri Krishna.

Devi Kup Temple

The Temple

Devi Kup Temple is one of the 52 Shaktipeeths of Mother Sati. It is also world-famous as ‘Savitri Peeth’, ‘Devi Peeth’, ‘Kalika Peeth’ or ‘Adi Peeth’. Big Siddha mahatmas have attained the desired accomplishments by worshiping here by the grace of Bhagwati. The welfare mother Bhadrakali is gracefully adorned here. Both the right and left hands are in Varmudra. Gorgeous beautiful statues of Adi Shakti, Shri Mahalakshmi Ji, and Shri Mahasaraswati ji are also adorned here.

In the above temple, the gentle idol of Maa Vaishno and the form of Pindi, Adishakti are revered. There is a wonderful Shivling in the Shiv family, in which there is a natural frontal tilak and snake feeling. An excellent artistic maze is also made.

This Shaktipeeth is situated near Dwaipayana Sarovar. Here the right ankle of the mother had fallen. Here Shakti is ‘Savitri’ and Bhairav ​​is ‘Sthanu’. This place has been mentioned in Tantrachudamani and Mahabharata. This famous Shaktipeeth is 4 km from Kurukshetra railway station. It is situated on Jhansi road. On entering the main gate, the Goddess Coupe is seen in front, above which the heels of Mother Sati can be seen.

 

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