Hinglaj Mata Mandir Pakistan - is miraculous, Muslims say 'Nani Pir'

Shaktipeeth, one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of Mata Sati, is located in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. This Shaktipeeth is looked after by Muslims and they consider it a miraculous place. The name of this temple is the temple of Mata Hinglaj. This temple of Mother is situated on the Hingol River and Chandrakup mountain. Located in the foothills of the picturesque hills, this cave temple is such a vast area that you will be left seeing it. It is mentioned in the history that this temple existed here even 2000 years ago.

In the Hinglaj Mata Mandir Pakistan, temple, there is an ancient visible statue of Goddess Hinglaj Shaktipeeth. Mata Hinglaj's fame is not only in Karachi and Pakistan but all over India. During Navratri, there is a special event to worship Shakti for the entire nine days. Millions of Sindhi Hindu devotees from Sindh and Karachi come here to visit the mother. Every year a team from India also visits here.

Hajiani: People with deep faith in this temple say that Hindus may not visit all the four dhams, why not take a bath in Kashi water, why not pray in the temple of Ayodhya, but if they If Hinglaj does not see Goddess, then it all goes in vain. Those women who visit this place are called Hajiani. He is seen with respect at every religious place.

Mata's Chul: Once here, Mata appeared and gave a boon that every wish of the devotee who runs my Chul will be fulfilled. Chul is a kind of coral enclosure which is made 10 feet long outside the temple and is filled with blazing embers on which the eunuchs walk to the temple and it is the miracle of the mother that the henchdhari has little pain. There is no nor is there any harm to the body, but your vow is definitely complete. However, this is not the tradition nowadays.

Mythological facts: According to the legend, when Lord Shankar started dancing the Tandava with the dead body of Mother Sati on his shoulder, Lord Vishnu cut the dead body of the mother into 51 parts with his Sudarshan Chakra to save the universe from the holocaust. It is believed that Hinglaj is the place where the head of the mother fell. Another belief associated with this temple is prevalent. It is said that every night, all the powers congregate at this place and create a rasa and in the day time, Hinglaj merges within the mother.

Many great people have looked at the forehead here: Janushruti is that Maryada Purushottam Lord Sri Rama also came on this proven back for the journey. According to Hindu religious texts, Lord Parshuram's father Maharishi Jamadagri had done austerities here. A place named Asaram named after him still exists here. It is said that great spiritual saints like Guru Gorakhnath, Guru Nanak Dev, Dada Makhan have come to worship the mother in this famous temple.

Such is the nature of the temple: The temple here is a cave temple. Mata's Deity form sits in a cave built on a high hill. There is a temple of Mata Hinglaj Devi in the mountain cave with no door. The orbiters of the temple enter through one of the caves and leave the other side. Along with the temple are the glasses of Guru Gorakhnath. It is believed that Mata Hinglaj Devi comes here to bathe in the morning.

Here Mata Sati is revered as Kotari while Lord Bholenath Bhimalochan is Bhairava. In the premises of Mata Hinglaj temple, besides the statue of Sriganesh, Kalika Mata, there are famous pilgrimages like Brahmakund and Tirukund. This Adi Shakti is worshiped only by Hindus, and Muslims are also highly respected by them. To enter the Hinglaj temple one has to climb the stone steps. The temple first has darshan of Shri Ganesha who gives siddhis. In front, there is a statue of Goddess Hinglaj Devi, who is the form of Goddess Vaishno Devi.

For Muslims, 'Nani Pir' is Mother: When Pakistan was not born and the western border of India was Afghanistan and Iran, at that time Hinglaj shrine was the main pilgrimage of Hindus, Muslims of Balochistan also worshiped Hingla Devi, Calling her a 'nanny', Muslims also used to offer red cloth, incense sticks, candles, perfume and syrup. Hinglaj Shaktipeeth was a joint battle of Hindus and Muslims. For Hindus, this place is a Shaktipeeth and for Muslims it is a place of 'Nani Pir'.

Kuldevi of Charanvanshi: This temple is mainly considered to be the total goddess of the people of the Charan dynasty. This area was only part of India, then millions of Hindus worshiped here in unison.

Attempted to demolish the temple many times: During the Muslim period, this temple was attacked by Muslim invaders, but the local Hindu Arau Muslims saved this temple. It is said that while this part kept going through the hands of India, some terrorists tried to destroy this temple but they all were hanged in the air.

How to visit the temple of Mata Hinglaj: -

There are two routes to visit this Siddha Peetha - one hill and the other desert. The passenger group walks from Karachi to Lusbel and then to Lairi. The "Howe" river runs six-seven miles from Karachi. This is where the journey of Hinglaj begins. It is here that the process of swearing is completed, it is here that the renunciation is taken for a period till it returns. It is here that the stick is worshiped and it is here that after resting in the night, the journey to Marutirtha is started by chanting Hinglaj Mata in the morning.

Many rainy sewers and wells are also found on the way. Next to it is a dry rainy river of sand. The largest river in this area is Hingol, close to which are the Chandrakup mountains. There is a distance of about 15 miles between Chandrakup and Hingol river. In Hingol, the devotees worship their heads by getting their hair cut and wear Yajnopaveet. They then express their reverence by singing the song.

One has to walk from here to visit the temple as there is no road ahead so one can travel on truck or jeep. Travelers walk from the banks of the Hingol River to sing Mata Hinglaj Devi. Beyond this comes a place called Asapura. The travelers rest here. After taking off the travel clothes, bathing and wearing clean clothes, the old clothes are handed over to the poor and needy. A little ahead of this is the temple of Kali Mata. After worshiping in this temple, the passengers leave for Hinglaj Devi. Travelers climb the mountain where there are three wells of fresh water. The holy water of these wells purifies the mind and frees it from sins. Just next to it is the temple of Mother.

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