Sikar Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Jeen Mata Mandir

Jeen Mata (Goddess of power) temple is located in Aravalli hills, Raiwasa inSikar district of Rajasthan, 115 Km from Jaipur. Jeen Mata is an incarnation of the Durga. Jeen Mata place is known as Shakti Peeth and its full and real name was Jayantimala. The sacred shrine of Jeen Mata is believed to be a thousand years old. There is a belief that in a village Ghoghu of Churu, king Ghangh love and married an apsara on the condition that he would not visit her palace without prior information. King got a son called Harsha and a daughter Jeen. The two children practiced extreme asceticism and with time Jeen gained status of Durga as her avatar and Harsha as incarnation of Bhairon. Jeen Mata is also known as Mahishasur Mardini Durga with eight arms.
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Khandela dham

Khandela Dham has individual temple of all Devi of Khandelwal's community, temples of Lord Ganeshaji and another temple of Mahadevji has been built here. It is taking the shape of biggest pilgrimage for all Khandelwal Vaishya families. It is only about 50 km from Jaipur.
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Shree Khatu Shyam Ji

The history of Shri Shyam originates from the Mahabharata. Bhima was a Pandava prince. Whose son Ghatotkacha was the father of Barbarika, hence Barbarika was the grandosn of Bhima. Owing to the fabulous chivalry and prowees of Barbarika, Krishna did not want him to participate in the great war. So, he begged him his head which Barbarika gav him without any hitch but on the condition that he be allowed to witness the war. Krishna set up his head on a hilltop and also blessed him that he would be deified and worshipped in Kaliyuga like him and that his worshippers shall have their wishes fulfilled.
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Salasar Balaji Temple

Salasar Balaji Temple is Lord Hanuman, however the idol is quite different than the usual idols of Hanuman seen in other temples across the country. The Balaji idol has a more round face with a beard and moustache. This is one of the most religious places in the state of Rajasthan and the number of devotees visiting here reaches to about a million each day. The temple was built in the yer 1754. Mohandas Maharaj the founder of the temple is said to have been inspred by a strange dream where he saw Lord Balaji. Initially this was a mud-stone temple, but was later converted into a concrete temple by Sikar Jagirdar Rao Devi Singh. Still later, the temple was renovated to take its present shape of a large temple complex.
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