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Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

Shri Mahakaleshwar is a major Jyothirlinga in the twelve Jyotirlinges of Lord Shiva located in different parts of the country. They are called one of the Dashash Jyotirlingas. All the sins of birth and death of devotees are eliminated by the philosophy of worship, worship, worship and worship of the devotees. They become eligible for Lord Shiva's grace.

This ultimate holy Jyotirlinga is in Ujjain Nagar of Madhya Pradesh. Ujjain, situated on the banks of Punyaasilila Kshapra river, was famous in the ancient times as Ujjayini, it was also called Avantikapuri. It is one of India's most sacred occasions. In the Mahabharata, Shivpura and Skand Puran, Mahakal Jyotirling's glory is described with full detail.

The story of this Jyothirlinga is described in the Puranas as follows: In ancient times, King Chandrasena used to rule in Ujjaini. He was the highest Shiva devotee. One day a five-year-old boy named Shrikar was passing along with his mother. Seeing the King Shiva Puja, he was very amazed and curious. He himself became impatient with Shiva worshiping the same type of material. While returning to the material, he took a stone piece on the way while returning. After coming home, he established the same stone in Shiva and worshiped him with flowers and sandalwood etc. Mother came to call for food, but she did not get ready to leave the pooja in any way.

Finally, the mother shook off the piece of stone and fired it away. Sadly, the boy started crying loudly to Lord Shiva, and eventually crying and crying fell unconscious and fell there. Bholenath Lord Shiva was very pleased to see this devotion and love for the child. As soon as the boy came in his senses, he opened his eyes and saw that a beautiful temple built with gold and gems stood in front of him. Inside that temple a very luminous, phosphor, stunning Jyothirlinga stands. Baba started praising Lord Shiva after being overwhelmed with happiness and joy.

When the mother got this news, she ran her dear Lal's neck. Raja Chandrasena, who also came back there, praised the child's devotion and accomplishment. Gradually, there was a large crowd gathered there. In this, Hanuman ji appeared at that place. They said, "Humans! Lord Shankar is the first to be the first to give gods of fruits. Having been pleased with the devotion of this child, he has given it such a reward, which can not be attained by the great Sage-Muni also with the penance of millions of births.

"In the eighth generation of this Gopa-child, Dharmatma Nandgop will be born. In the Dwapar era, Lord Vishnu will take a variety of different types of Krishna by taking him there. "

Hanuman ji became disturbed by saying so. In that place, worshiping Lord Shiva by the rules, finally went to Shrikar Gop and Raja Chandraseen Shivdham.

A second story about this Jyorthaling is said to be like this: At some time Avantikapuri lived a very bright Brahmin of Vedpathi. One day, a tyrannical tyrant named Doshni came there to disturb his austerity. He got very powerful by getting the guru from Brahma ji. Torture was raised around her atrocities.

Seeing the suffering in Brahmin, Lord Shankar, who wished for the welfare of the creatures, appeared there. He only consumed that barbarous monster from a hunker just by burning there. God appeared there with Hunker, hence his name became very sad. That is why the ultimate holy Jyotirlinga is known as 'Mahakal'.

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