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6 SECRETS OF KEDARNATH TEMPLE, WHICH HAS BEEN UNDER SNOW FOR 400 YEARS

6 SECRETS OF KEDARNATH TEMPLE 

WHICH HAS BEEN UNDER SNOW FOR 400 YEARS


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6 SECRETS OF KEDARNATH TEMPLE

First Secret


In Kedarnath Dham, 22,000 feet high Kedar on one side, 21,600 feet high Spend Kund on the other side and 22,700 feet high Bhartakund mountain on the third side. Not only the three mountains but also the confluence of five rivers, Mandakini, Madhuganga, Kshirganga Saraswati and Swarnagouri. Mandakini, a tributary of Alaknanda is still present in these rivers. On the banks of this is Kedareshwar Dham. There is heavy snow in winter and tremendous water in rain.

Second Secret


The temple here was first built by the Pandavas behind the existing temple, but due to the beating of time, this temple disappeared. Then this temple was built by Adishankaracharya, who was born in 508 BCE and died in 476 BCE. His tomb is behind this temple. Its garbhagriha is relatively ancient which is believed to be around 80th century. The temple was renovated first by King Bhoj of Malwa in the 10th century and then in the thirteenth century.

Third Secret


The temple gates are closed during the winter season on the second day of Deepavali Mahaparva. The lamp keeps on burning inside the temple for 6 months. The priests close the honor boards and take the Deity of God and punishment to Ukhimath under the mountain for 6 months. After 6 months, the doors of Kedarnath open in May, then the journey to Uttarakhand begins. Six months no one lives in and around the temple. But surprisingly, the lamp also keeps on burning for 6 months and worships continuously. After the opening of the valve, it is also a matter of surprise that one gets the same cleanliness as he had left.

Fourth Secret


This temple is built by adding large and strong sheelakhans of brown to the cut stones. The 85-foot-high, 187-foot-tall and 80-foot-wide temple walls, standing on 6-foot-high platforms, are 12 feet thick. It is surprising that how the temple would have been brought by bringing such heavy stones to such a height and carved it? Especially how was this giant roof placed on the pillars? Interlocking techniques have been used to connect the stones to each other.

Fifth Secret


According to the prophecies of the Puranas, the pilgrimages of this entire region will disappear. It is believed that on the day when the Nar and Narayan mountains merge, the road to Badrinath will be completely closed and devotees will not be able to see Badrinath. According to the Puranas, the present Badrinath Dham and Kedareshwar Dham will disappear and after years a new pilgrimage named 'Bhavidabdri' will emerge.

Sixth Secret


The night of 16 June 2013, nature wreaked havoc. Many big and strong buildings collapsed like cards from the deluge and swept away in the water, but nothing of the temple of Kedarnath was disturbed. Surprised when a huge rock came rolling down the hill from the water and suddenly it stopped behind the temple! Due to the stop of that rock, the flood water split into 2 routes and the temple became much safer. About 10,000 people were killed in this catastrophe.


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