Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Ekvira Mata, the goddess who protected the Pandavas
Ekvira Mata Temple in the Karla caves near Lonavala, Maharashtra, marks the spot where the Pandavas sought refuge during their agyat vaas, when they were not to reveal their identity. The pandavas had enemies who would have tried to harm them if their identity had been discovered.
Ekvira Mata, who is an incarnation of Mahashakti Renuka Devi, appeared befored the Pandavas and asked them to built a temple for her in a single night. The Pandavas put all their might and did so. Pleased, the Devi blessed them with a boon - no enemy would discover them during their agyaatvaas.
Thus did the Mata who is the protector of the Koli fishermen in Maharashtra protect the Pandava brothers!
May Mata Ekvira who never fails to answer the prayers of her devotees bless us with intelligence, discrimination and compassion for all beings!
Jai Mata Di! Jai Ekvira Mata!
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