Nashik: The second Kamakhya Devi temple in the country is coming up in Niphad taluk leader

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Nashik Road : Udari News Service

The second temple of Goddess Kamakhya in the country is being constructed in the district. The first temple is in Assam and the second temple is being constructed at Dharangaon Khadak in Niphad taluka. The construction of the temple will be completed around the month of August. After this, the temple management informed that the dedication ceremony will be done with great enthusiasm.

The temple is being constructed in a quarter acre area. According to legend, Lord Vishnu cut the dead body of Goddess Sati into 51 parts with Sudarshan Chakra and the place where these parts fell is said to have come to be known as Shaktipeeth. The temple constructed at Dharangaon Khadak has 111 pillars. Of the 21 kalas, the main three are gold. 250 artisans from West Bengal, Assam, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are working hard for the construction of the temple.

Giving more information about this, Ganesh Maharaj Jagtap said that the temple is being constructed after the vision given by Sati Devi. After entering through the entrance, there is a grand and attractive Ganesha temple in the east, Shivparvati temple in the west and temples of Dhan Kuber, Dhanalakshmi and Dhandeep in the north. To the southeast is Saptasati Chandi Havan. There will be presence of monks, saints and mahants for the dedication of the idol. This ceremony will last for 11 days. Ganesh Jagtap informed that the facility of accommodation and Mahaprasad for devotees coming from foreign states and parishes will be provided by Siddha Maa Kamakhya Charitable Trust, Badebaba Machhindranath Trust.

The allure of a golden climax

Under the first of the three golden kalasams on the temple is the shrine of Siddha Kamakhya Devi. Replicas of the idols of Gods and Goddesses can be seen on all four sides of the pillar. On the main culmination there will be a replica of the idol of Bawanbir deity. The interior is decorated with colored glass pieces on the ceiling and walls.

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