Khatu Shyam Dham
Khatu Shyam Dham is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site located in the Sikar district of Rajasthan. This place holds a special place in the hearts of devotees like us. The fame of Khatu Shyam Dham stems from the legend of Barbarika, a great warrior who had the power to end a battle with a single arrow. Barbarika was the grandson of Bhima, one of the Pandavas from the epic Mahabharata. It is believed that when he was asked which side he would fight on in the great battle, he replied that he would fight for the side that was losing, as he believed that would be the just and fair thing to do. Lord Krishna, who was aware of Barbarika’s extraordinary powers, knew that he could tip the balance of the battle, so he asked for Barbarika’s head as a sacrifice. Barbarika consented, and in return, Lord Krishna granted him the blessing that he would be revered as Khatu Shyam during the Kaliyuga.
Today, devotees come to Khatu Shyam Dham to seek Lord Khatu Shyam’s blessings. And it is believed that Khatu Shyam Ji grants the requests of his followers and shields them from all dangers. Once you have carried out the sacred rituals here, you will never have a financial crisis in your business.
Salasar Dham is also a prominent religious destination situated in the Churu district of Rajasthan. It is a renowned temple of Lord Hanuman and is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The history of Salasar Dham dates back to the 17th century when a farmer named Mohandas and his wife Bholi discovered an idol of Lord Hanuman while ploughing their fields. The couple brought the idol to their home, and soon after, Mohandas dreamt that the idol wanted to be placed in Salasar. The next day, when Mohandas went to the place where the idol was found, he found it was missing, and instead, it was in Salasar. This miracle created a lot of excitement among the locals, and a temple was constructed at the spot where the idol was found.
Since then, Salasar Dham has become a place of great religious significance for the followers of Lord Hanuman. People from all over India visit here to seek the blessings of the deity and fulfil their wishes. It is believed that praying at Salasar Dham helps in getting rid of negative energies and obstacles in life. So Mera Sarveshwar Mera Shyam helps yatris experience the divine energy of Salasar Dham by taking them on the spiritual yatra there. At Salasar Dham, yatris can experience the spiritual aura of the site and seek Lord Hanuman’s blessings. The yatra allows people to immerse themselves in the heavenly ambience of the temple and obtain a better understanding of Indian culture and traditions.
Mehandipur Dham is an important place of worship in India, located in the Rajasthan region of Dausa. This temple complex has a long history that began in the 17th century.Legends say that a band of roaming Sadhus discovered a Hanuman idol in the bush and took it to the Banjara tribe, who revered Lord Hanuman. The modest temple where the idol was thereafter housed quickly developed into a site of worship for the neighbourhood. Later under the patronage of the Maharaja of Jaipur, the temple complex was developed in the 18th century. He was a devout follower of Lord Hanuman and helped fund the construction of various shrines within the temple complex. The temple complex grew in popularity throughout time and became a centre of religious activity. A committee was founded in the early twentieth century to oversee the temple complex and promote the welfare of the surrounding community.
Later, in the 1970s, the Mehandipur Dham got national attention for its distinct exorcism ritual history. It is thought that the temple has tremendous spiritual power and may heal persons with a wide range of physical and mental disorders. Currently, the temple is visited by many devotees and tourists from all over the country, especially during the annual Hanuman Jayanti festival. Therefore, MSMS helps yatris to know the historical and cultural significance of Mehandipur Dham, as well as provides guidance to yatris on how to perform rituals and respect temple customs. We can also teach you how to meditate and connect with the spiritual energy of the temple. Our seva mandal can generate an atmosphere of dedication and reverence via these efforts, allowing yatris to experience the divine spirit of Mehandipur Dham in a more meaningful and profound way.
The finest months to visit Salasar Balaji temple are July and August when the yearly fair is held. The fair draws a large number of devotees from throughout the country.
Yes, non-Hindus are allowed to visit these temples. However, visitors are expected to respect the religious beliefs and customs of the temple and dress modestly.
Mehandipur Balaji temple is known for its exorcism rituals and is believed to be a powerful place for the treatment of possession and black magic. The temple also has unique architecture and beautiful surroundings.
Yes, all of our yatras are guided by experienced and knowledgeable guides who provide information and insights about the holy places.
Yes, we accept bookings at short notice. However, we recommend booking in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles.
Yes, these holy places can be crowded during peak seasons. However, our experienced guides will ensure that you have a hassle-free and comfortable tour.