Sunday, December 29, 2013
Brahmin worships the Devi blindfolded in this temple
The Chandrabadani temple in Pratap nagar, Uttarakhand does not have an idol but a Sri Yantra that is worshiped once a year by the Brahmin priests who tie a blindfold on their eyes before offering abhishek to the Goddess.
The Chandrabadani temple stands at the spot where the torso (neck to waist) of Devi Sati's is said to have fallen during Shiva's tandava that followed the jumping of Mata Sati in the hawan kund of her father Himavat who had dishonoured her husband.
As Sati's weapons are said to have also fallen at this spot, hundreds of iron trishuls and statues are found every day around this temple.
May Mata Chandrabadani, the beloved of Lord Bholenath, protect us all!
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