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Sri Naina Devi Ji, Bilaspur

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  • Shri Naina Devi Ji Temple is one of the most prominent places of worship in Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to Goddess Sati, who was an incarnation of Goddess Durga. Surrounded by Govind Sagar Lake ...  more »
  • Temple is located at hilltop and climbing of stairs is required. It is a shaktipeeth and a visit is recommended.  more »
  • this is one of the best place to worship mata naina devi ji. i visited this place two times , and all time i see much improvement everywhere, so calm, place here everyone forgot all tension, i really ...  more »
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  • Jai mata di very beautiful temple I visited so many time and I find peaceful and grace of goddess ... Every time I filled with joy. Gud temple to visit.
  • According to a legend, Goddess Sati burnt herself alive in Yagna, which distressed Lord Shiva. He picked the corpse of Sati on his shoulder and started his Tandava dance. This horrified all deities in the heaven as this could lead to holocaust. This urged Lord Vishnu to unleash his Chakra that cut the Sati’s body into 51 pieces. Shri Naina Devi Temple is the place where eyes of Sati fell down. Another story related to the temple is of a gujjar Boy . Once he was grazing his cattle and observed that a white cow is showering milk from her udders on a stone. He saw the same thing for next several days. One night while sleeping, he saw Goddess in her dreams who told him that the stone is her pindi. Naina told about the entire situation and his dream to Raja Bir Chand. When Raja saw it happening in reality, he built a temple on that spot and named the temple after Naina’s name.
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