Friday, April 25, 2014

Jai Maa Jwala Ji of Kangra

Jwala Devi

The ancient Jwala Maa temple marks the spot that received Mata Sati's tongue as Lord Shiva danced around the world holding her body in her hands. Maa is represented here in the form of a jyoti that burns on its own out of the ground. The flame is considered to be a sakshat roop of Devi. Every year a Navratra fair is held in July/August months to honor the goddess. 

Mata Jwala is the fire of penance and bhakti in which our lower natures are burnt to ashes and we are restored to our original form. Jawala ji grants us the energy to embark on spiritual quests and grants us her grace that makes all four purushartas possible - dharma, artha, kama and moksha. 

May Mata Jwala Ji of Kangra, the empress of the universe, bless all her devotees with the gifts of compassion and love for all sentient beings! Jwala Ji ki Jai! Jai Mata Di!   

Watch a beautiful bhajan of Mata Jwala Ji by master saleem on the following link

Shri Radhe Guru Maa
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