Tuesday, 10 May 2016

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The Hidimba Devi Temple has elaborately graven wood doors and a twenty four meters tall wood "shikhar" or tower higher than the sanctuary. The tower consists of three sq. roofs lined with timber tiles and a fourth brass round shape roof at the prime. The earth goddess Hindu deity forms the theme of the most door carvings. The temple base is made out of painted, mud-covered stonework. An monumental rock occupies the within of the temple, only a 7.5 cm (3 inch) tall brass image representing divinity Hidimba Devi. A rope hangs down in front of the rock,and according to a legend,in bygone days religious zealots would tie the hands of "sinners" by the rope and then swing them against the rock.

About seventy metres away from the temple, there is a shrine dedicated to Goddess Hidimba's son, Ghatotkacha, who was born when she married Bhima. The most surprising feature of the temple or what believers may decision the foremost assuring feature of the temple is that the undeniable fact that within the temple the imprint of the feet of the divinity graven on a block of stone square measure adored and, when zooming into the space wherever the temple is found via Google Satellite, the imprint of a giant foot spanning across the natural depression within the space close to the temple will be seen.

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