Kashi Viswanath, Kashi is the original shrine of the Hindus. Kashi Vishwanath, who says that he will not reach heaven if he does not reach Kashi once in his life, is located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Of the 12 Jyotirlingas in Kashi, the main Jyotirlinga is believed to be at the Vishwanath Durbar in Kashi. Here Baba Vishwanath Shaktiki, established as a leftist, is seated with Goddess Mata Bhagwati. Here are some amazing facts. These 10 beliefs are given below.
The Interesting Facts of Kashi Viswanath
- The Jyotirlinga in the Kashi Vishwanath Temple is divided into two parts. On the right side of which is the seat of Mother Bhagwati, while on the other side is the beautiful form of Lord Shiva. That is why Kashi is considered as a liberated area.
- As Goddess Bhagwati is seated on the right, it is believed that the path to salvation will open only in Benaras. Since Lord Shiva’s Tarak Mantra here gives salvation to those who died in famine, it is mandatory for his family to visit Kashi once for the salvation of those who died in famine.
- During the makeup, all the idols are facing west. In this Jyotirlinga, both Shiva and Shakti are together. It doesn’t look like that anywhere.
- Vishwanath Durbar has the pinnacle of the sanctum sanctorum. A dome above it is a suitable place for Tantric perfection. This place is considered to be the main place for Yantra (Tantra Sadhana).
- Baba Vishwanath’s palace has four main gates in terms of system. The first door of peace, the second door of art, the third door of prestige and the fourth door of retirement. These four gates have different locations.
- The sanctum sanctorum of Baba Vishwanath’s Jyotirlinga is located in the northeast corner. This angle means a palace full of all knowledge and every art. The wonderful palace of 10 Mahavidyas of Tantra, where the name of Lord Shankar is Ishaan.
- The main entrance of the temple is on the south side. Therefore, the main entrance of the temple is entered from the south to the north. Therefore, first of all, there will be a vision of the awful form of Baba. It is believed that the sin of entering from here will be destroyed.
- Baba Vishwanath resides in Kashi as Guru and King. There he visits Kashi all day as a teacher. At nine o’clock at night, when Baba’s makeup is done. Then he will be disguised as a king. That is why Shiva is also called Raj Rajeshwar.
- It is believed that only those who see the awful form of Baba Vishwanath are free from the sin of reincarnation. On Shivaratri, Baba Vishwanath even walks barefoot. At that time, he had a religious belief that ghosts, phantoms, animals, deities, animals and birds were all involved.