Natural Shivling Is Present Inside This Cave Of Bihar, The Mystery Remains Even Today

We are going to tell you about a cave of Bholanath, whose secret no one knows till now.

Natural Shivling is present inside this cave of Bihar, the mystery remains even today

Everyone in the month of Savan worship Lord Shiva. Pilgrims stay in Shiva temples all over the country. We are going to tell you about a cave of Bholanath, whose secret no one knows till now.

Even today the mystery has become the secret of Gupteeshwarath Mahadev

We are talking about the glory of Shivalinga located in Gupteshwar Dham cave of Rohtas district of Bihar. The Gupta temple of Gupteeshvarnath Mahadev, which kept alive the story related to Lord Shankar and Bhasmasur, mentioned in mythological stories, remains a mystery even today.

Like Gupthasam of Devgarh, Gupteswaranatha meaning ‘Guptadham’ is very popular among devotees. Here is the tradition of carrying ganga water from Buxar to Shivalinga.

No authentic evidence available about Antiquity

There is no authentic evidence about the ancientity of the Gupthadham cave surrounded by the forest of Kaimur hill in the Vindhya range located in Rohtas. By looking at its text, archaeologists have not been able to decide whether this cave is man-made or natural.

We are going to tell you about a cave of Bholanath, whose secret no one knows till now.

Everyone in the month of Savan worship Lord Shiva. Pilgrims stay in Shiva temples all over the country. We are going to tell you about a cave of Bholanath, whose secret no one knows till now.

Even today the mystery has become the secret of Gupteeshwarath Mahadev

We are talking about the glory of Shivalinga located in Gupteshwar Dham cave of Rohtas district of Bihar. The Gupta temple of Gupteeshvarnath Mahadev, which kept alive the story related to Lord Shankar and Bhasmasur, mentioned in mythological stories, remains a mystery even today.

Like Gupthasam of Devgarh, Gupteswaranatha meaning ‘Guptadham’ is very popular among devotees. Here is the tradition of carrying ganga water from Buxar to Shivalinga.

No authentic evidence available about Antiquity

There is no authentic evidence about the ancientity of the Gupthadham cave surrounded by the forest of Kaimur hill in the Vindhya range located in Rohtas. By looking at its text, archaeologists have not been able to decide whether this cave is man-made or natural.

Inside the cave is ‘Patal Ganga’

In the cave is dark darkness, it is not possible to go without artificial light. The entrance to this sacred cave on the hill is 18 feet wide and 12 feet high. In the cave, there is a huge crater on going inside about 363 feet, which contains water throughout the year. The devotee says it is Patal Ganga.

Water drops on natural shivaling

Always pour water from the top above the natural shivaling inside the cave. The devotees take this water as a devotee. On this place there is a fair on the occasion of Saraswati Puja and Mahashivaratri besides the month of Sawan. According to some legends, Lord Shiva, who was sitting with Mother Parvati on Kailash Mountain, gave a boon to the power of consuming only when he was happy with the austerity of Bhasmasur and kept his hand on someone’s head.

Bhasmasur mother, fascinated by the beauty of Parvati, ran to keep her hand on Shiva’s head to take a test of boon from Shiva. Run away from there, Bhole was hidden in the secret place of the cave here.

This compulsion of Lord Shiva was not seen from Lord Vishnu and he destroyed the Bhasmasur by wearing the Mohini form. After that the naïve natives went out in the cave.

 

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