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Prayagraj - The King Of Teerth.

Step into a realm where spirituality merges with the vibrant essence of India, as we invite you to embark on a divine journey to the sacred city of Prayagraj. Nestled at the confluence of the holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and the Saraswati, Prayagraj is a cherished destination for devout seekers and devotees from around the world.

Triveni Sangam

Triveni Sangam

Triveni Sangam, nestled in the heart of Prayagraj, is a celestial marvel where the holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati merge. Witness the sacred confluence and feel the divine energy as you soak in the spiritual essence of this sacred meeting point, where countless pilgrims seek solace and redemption.

Bade/Lete Hanuman Ji

Bade/Lete Hanuman Ji

Bade Hanuman Ji of Prayagraj stands as a towering symbol of strength and devotion. Enshrined within the sacred precincts, this majestic deity attracts countless devotees seeking blessings and divine intervention. Feel the aura of devotion as you witness the magnificence of Bade Hanuman Ji, a revered presence that inspires faith and fills hearts with reverence.

Alopi Shankari

Alopi Shankari

Dedicated Goddess Sati, Alopi Devi Mandir is a special temple where no idol of the mother or a mark of any organ has been kept instead a cradle is worshipped. According to legend, the paw of the right hand of Goddess Sati fell here and became invisible or missing, that is why this Siddhapeeth has been named Alop (disappeared) Shankari and a cradle has been placed here as a symbol.

Encounter the mystical energy of Alopi Shankari, where faith transcends the tangible, leaving a profound impact on the hearts of those who seek her divine presence.

Veni Madhav

Veni Madhav

Veni Madhav in Prayagraj beckons devotees with its ancient allure and deep-rooted significance. Nestled amidst the city's historic fabric, this revered temple is a haven for devotees seeking spiritual solace and cultural immersion. Explore the divine serenity and architectural grandeur of Veni Madhav, where traditions intertwine, and moments of tranquility and reverence await at every step.

As per the Puranas, Veni Madhav (वेणी माधव) does not expect anything from pilgrims. He is pleased at their stay in Prayagraj during the auspicious month of Magh.

Akshay Vat

In an ancient tale of salvation, Prayagraj witnessed a grand yajna performed by Lord Brahma to protect the Earth. This celestial ceremony saw Lord Brahma as the chief priest, Lord Vishnu as the gracious host (Yajaman), and Lord Shiva as the divine presiding deity. During the final phase of the yajna, the holy trinity, comprising Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh (Shiva), united to create a sacred 'tree' called Akshayavat. 

This timeless banyan tree was meant to bear the weight of humanity's sins and offer respite to the Earth. Today, the Akshayavat thrives within the walls of Prayagraj Fort, with the invisible River Saraswati said to flow beneath its roots. Legends also speak of Lord Rama and Mata Sita seeking refuge under this blessed vat tree during their exile in the forest, bestowing it with an aura of divine significance that continues to endure.

"Bharadwaj Ashrama

"Bharadwaj Ashrama

Maharshi Bharadwaj, a profound scholar of the Vedas, Puranas, Ayurveda, Dhanurveda, and Vimana Shastra, presided over a renowned gurukul that thrived as a hub of wisdom and enlightenment. Bharadwaj Ashrama stands as a testament to the enduring connection between knowledgeable sages and Prayagraj, representing thousands of years of profound association. 

The continuous practice of sacred Yajnas within the sacred grounds of Bharadwaj Ashram has bestowed upon Prayagraj the revered title of the "Land of Yajna" in Hindu religious scriptures.

Nag Vasuki Temple

Nag Vasuki Temple

The Nag Vasuki Temple in Prayagraj serves as a hallowed sanctuary dedicated to the worship of the Snake God. Revered as the king of serpents, Nag Vasuki holds immense significance. According to the legend, during the momentous event of Sagar Manthan (the churning of the ocean), Nagraj Vasuki willingly offered himself as the rope to coil around Mount Mandarachal, facilitating the stirring of the Kshir Sagar (the divine ocean of milk).

Mankameshwar Mahadev

Mankameshwar Mahadev

Nestled along the serene banks of the Yamuna River in Prayagraj Cantonment area, Mankameshwar Temple holds deep reverence in Hindu traditions. Adjacent to the revered Saraswati Ghat, this temple is a cherished destination for devotees as part of their Prayagraj Darshan.

Also known as Pishach Mochan Tirtha, Mankameshwar Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and diligently maintained by the esteemed Sri Shankaracharya Trust. The name "Mankameshwar" signifies the deity who grants the fulfillment of desires, derived from an intriguing legend. Following her ritualistic bathing at the Sangam, Goddess Sita yearned to offer prayers to Lord Shiva. In response, Lord Ram himself constructed this temple, as none existed nearby. Even today, it is believed that wishes made at this sacred abode are granted, perpetuating its divine reputation.

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धर्म एव हतो हन्ति धर्मो रक्षति रक्षितः ⁠। तस्माद् धर्मं न त्यजामि मा नो धर्मो हतोऽवधीत् ⁠।⁠।⁠

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Pita swarga,Pita dharm ,Pita hi Param Tapo। Pitori pritima pannay, Priyantay sarva devata॥

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प्रथमेनार्जिता विद्या, द्वितीयेनार्जितं धनं । तृतीयेनार्जितः कीर्तिः,चतुर्थे किं करिष्यति ॥

Prathame Narjita Vidya, Dvitiye Narjitam Dhanam । Trtiye Narjitam Punyam, Caturthe Kim Karisyati ॥

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alasasy kuto vidyaa , avidyasy kuto dhanam । adhanasy kuto mitram , amitrasy kutah sukham ॥

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एकवर्णं यथा दुग्धं भिन्नवर्णासु धेनुषु। तथैव धर्मवैचित्र्यं तत्त्वमेकं परं स्मृतम्॥

ekavarnan yathaa dugdham bhinnavarnaasu dhenushu। tathaiv dharmvaichitryan tattvmekan paran smriatam॥

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नीरक्षीरविवेके हंस आलस्यम् त्वम् एव तनुषे चेत्। विश्वस्मिन् अधुना अन्य: कुलव्रतं पालयिष्यति क:।।

nirakshiraviveke hans aalasyam tvam ev tanushe chet। vishvasmin adhunaa any: kulavratan paalayishyati k:।।

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उत्तरं यत्समुद्रस्य हिमाद्रेश्चैव दक्षिणम् । वर्षं तद् भारतं नाम भारती यत्र संततिः ।।

Uttaraṃ yatsamudrasya himādreścaiva dakṣiṇam varṣaṃ tadbhārataṃ nāma bhāratī yatra santatiḥ

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अग्निशेषमृणशेषं शत्रुशेषं तथैव च | पुन: पुन: प्रवर्धेत तस्माच्शेषं न कारयेत् ||

agnisheshamriansheshan shatrusheshan tathaiv ch | punah: punah: pravardhet tasmaachsheshan n kaaryet ||

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अपहाय निजं कर्म कृष्णकृष्णोति वादिनः । ते हरेर्द्वेषिनः पापाः धर्मार्थ जन्म यध्धरेः ॥

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