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Trimbakeshwar town is ideally located in a naturally scenic location on the banks of the holy river Godavari, which originates from Trimbakeshwar. The city is acclaimed as the perfect holy location to take bath in the sacred Godavari River. There are many mythological stories connecting Lord Shiva, Parvati, Lord Ganesha, the Ganga and Lord Brahma for the origin of the holy shrine of Trimbakeshwar.
The Hindu belief is that those who visit Trimbakeshwar attains salvation or Moksha. Trimbakeshwar is considered as the most sacred town India. There are many reasons for this belief. Godavari originates from the Brahmagiri hills in this town and it is believed that it is the birth place of Lord Ganesha, known as place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri. This place is believed to be the holiest and ideal place to do Shradh ceremony, a Hindu ritual for the salvation of the soul.
The town is loaded with appealing with natural attractions. It is at the foothills of amazing Brahmagiri mountains nestled among lusting green woody trees and picturesque environments. Three tributaries of Godavari originate from this mountain range. The serene ambiance and the pleasant climate make the town of Trimbakeshwar a hot spot for nature loving tourists apart from Hindu pilgrims.
We are upadhye of Shri kshetra Trimbakeshwar and Here we have been performing all types of poojas and dharmik vidhis for as long as 4 generations. We do Kaalsarp Pooja, Narayan Naagbali Pooja, Tripindi Shraddha Pooja, Maharudra, Laghurudra.
We also have precious facility for your stay and food during pooja kaal. We are are situated right in the heart of Trimbakeshwar villege, Near Kusharvart Kund, at a walking distance of 10 minutes from bus station.
KAALSARP DOSH –
When all planets come between Rahu and Ketu or when all the stars of fortune or planets get trapped in a vicious circle or when all the stars of fortune concentrate at one position in a horoscope then it is termed as conjunction of planets and then it’s time for you to understand that you have kalsarpa yog in your life.
At times a few planets are outside the circumference or reach of rahu and ketu. Such situation is termed as ‘Ardha kalsarpa yog’ i.e half kalsarpa yog.
- Due to the occurrence of kalsarpa yog in our horoscope we have to face many problems in our life.
- We earn lot of money but never know how it is spent or how it goes away from us.
- This yog brings negative thoughts in our mind and also creates fear in our mind.
- This yog brings hurdles in our studies and also creates problems in getting married.
- Kalsarpa yog also brings downfalls or loss in business.
- Conflicts in husband wife relation and other problems are also due to kalsarpa yog.
So it is utmost important to perform kalsarpa shanti pooja to get rid of all the above mentioned problems.
Types of Bad dreams you may experience if you have Kaalsarp Dosh in your Kundali
- Waking screaming by feeling of snake crawling all over your body.
- Snake floating on water.
- Flying snake
- Seeing number of snakes at time.
- Seeing black cobra in your dreams.
- Snake biting cow or horse.
- Fighting of snake and mongoose.
- Hissing cobra with hood expanded.
There are many cures for Kaalsarp Dosh. But the only effective cure for all types of Kaalsarp Dosh is Kaalsarp Shanti pooja, which we conduct here. We will also tell you few other cures for this dosh one you give a visit to us.
Tripindi Shraddha –
There are three types of debts are recognized in Indian Hindu tradition. Those are Pitru runa (Debt of Predesessors), Rushi runa (Debt of saints), and Paramatma runa (Debt of God). If a man performs pooja (worship) and fasting etc. as per the procedure told by our dharma shastras, he gets the relief from Permatma Runa. By doing Shraddha, Pitrupujan etc. the man gets relief from Pitru Runa. Bramhins are bound to perform all kinds of Yadnya, Shraddha, Tarpan etc. Apart from memory day it can be performed every day on regular basis.
Tripindi Shraddha is also known as Kamya Shraddha. The soul of deceased person, whose Shraddha has not been performed continuously for a period of 3 years, gets converted into Pret (Just like a Ghost). Amavas is the day of Pitaras. On this day, Shraddha should be performed.
- When and Where the Tripindi Shraddha should be done?
Tripindi shraddha is permitted to be done on any day of Panchami, Ashtami, Ekadashi, Trayodashi, Chaturdashi or Amavas, In any fortnight (Shukla or Krushna) of the month of Shravan, Kartik, Pousha, Magh, Phalgun, Vaishakh. Normally Sun remains in Virgo or Libra druring 16th September to 15th November. During this period Pitars are allowed to freely come on the earth. Hence doing Tripindi during this period is more beneficial.
Tripindi Shraddha should be done only at Trimbakeshwar, which is a pilgrim of Lord Shiva. Especially in Trimbakeshwar, Tripindi can be performed any time during the year.
- The Right to do Tripindi:
The couple of husband and wife are jointly entitled to do the Tripindi. A widower is also entitled to do this. An unmarried person can also do this formality. If a Hindu woman goes to different family after her marriage. Hence she is not entitled to do the Tripindi or Shraddha for her parents. But she can do the tripindi or Shraddha for those deceased who were related to the family of her husband. A brand new unwashed white dress should be worn at the time of performing this formality.
- Good Results of Tripindi:
Tripindi has to be done as per the procedure mentioned in Shastra. And one should have full faith in god to get best results out of it.Some people trouble their relatives or parents when they are living. After their death, they perform lot of formalities in order to show and maintain their so-called social status. Such show functions take place vast scales nowadays. But by doing this we cannot satisfy the soul of deceased person for whom all this exercise is done. Even after doing this we have to face lot of problems because of dissatisfaction of that soul.
If Narayan Naagbali is done, then there is no need of doing Tripindi separately.
Both of these Formalities are performed with a desire of fulfillment of certain wishes. Like –
- To get issues.
- To remove troubles from ghosts.
- If any member of the family is dead due to any mishap (accident, suicide, sinking in water etc.) and his family is troubled because of him, these formalities are done to get rid of this trouble.
- To remove trouble from black magic.
For getting issues –
In India, It is a strong desire of every married couple to get at least one male baby. If these feeling are not fulfilled, they always feel unhappy. In the era, treatments like Test Tube Baby are available. But they are too costly for many of the couples. Few families get money on loans to take these kinds of costly treatments. But when they get no positive results from it, they turn to astrologers. The astrologers can only analyze the reasons of failure of all medical treatments.
Always when there is a deceased, there must be some remedy also. Keeping this rule in mind, our ancestors had mentioned the remedies in the science of Astrology to overcome this problem. First they find out from the birth charts of both of them whether there is any possibility of getting issue or not. If yes, then they try to find out the exact reason of not getting the issues out of certain reasons like curse of previous birth, curse of Pitaras, Yoga of discontinuance of the race, etc. When the come to exact conclusion, they find out the remedy of cure the problem if possible. Out of the remedies, the remedy of Narayan Naagbali is recommended and if this formality is properly fulfilled, there is a sure chance of getting an issue especially the male baby.
Troubles from Pretyoni (Ghosts) –
If any moveable, immovable property such as house, land, money etc. is taken from anybody by using force or by deceiving him, the soul of the aggrieved person after his death stays with that property and keeps on punishing the culprit for unlimited period of time. Though the body of aggrieved person is burnt in fire or buried, his soul could not get the proper way to proceed ahead due to his dissatisfaction. Hence he turns into ghost. After that the ghost, with a view to take revenge, tortures the persons responsible for his dissatisfaction.
In the final ceremony for dceased person is not done properly or Shraddha is not performed, lot of troubles takes place due to dissatisfaction of the soul and subsequently it’s conversion into ghost. Following are some examples of troubles of dissatisfied soul –
- Having no babies or only female babies and no male babies or if male is there it is having short life.
- Failure in business, profession or increase of debt.
- Agricultural loss.
- Sudden death of cattle due to unknown reasons.
- Continuous sickness in family members
- Continuous disputes between family members
- Irregularity of monthly course of female members or miscarriage etc.
- Always short of money in spite of endless efforts
- Influence of ghost on any member of the family
- Birth of abnormally faulty child in family.
To remove any of the above trouble, the formality of Narayan Naagbali is recommended.
Death by a wrong reason at wrong age
Death due to any wrong reason and at wrong age is called as Durmaran in Indian language. The persons died due to such reasons create problems or troubles for the entire family after their death. Following are some examples of Durmaran.
- Death before marriage.
- Death by sinking in water
- Death due to attack by dangerous animal
- Small child killed by somebody
- Death due to burning by fire
- Suicide by any way
- Death due to electrical shock
- Death due to food stuck up in the throat while eating
- Death in foreign country
- Death during period of Panchak, Tripaad or Dakshinayan.
Curse Indicative Dreams –
If a man or woman sees the following scenes in his or her dream, it indicates the curse of somebody either in last birth or current birth. Following are some examples of such type of dreams –
- To see cobra in dream or to see killing a cobra in dream or to see a cobra dead in pieces.
- To see ourselves sinking in water or trying to come out of the water
- To see quarrel in the dream
- To see a building getting smashed
- To see a widow or any deceased relative
- To see a woman, whose children are not living long, taking with her a dead child and she feels that the child is alive or somebody pulling her child from her etc.
To get rid of above types of dreams the formality of Narayan Naagbali is recommended. The procedure of Narayan Naagbali is explain in famous religious books known as “Dharmasindhu” or “Dharmanirnaya”
Trimbakeshwar is a holy village, 28 kilometers from Nashik. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga’s. There is a mountain named “Bramhagiri”, which is the part of Sahyadri mountain ranges. Trimbakeshwar is situated in the valley of Bramhagiri. Bramhagiri is the origin of sacred river Godavari. This is a beautiful natural place with cold weather as it is situated 3000 ft. above sea level.
The Story behind the origin of Ganga
On occasion of marriage of Lord Shiva and Parvati, Shri Bramhadev worked as a priest. On occasion of Saptapadi, Bramhadev touched the feet of Mata Parvati and all of a sudden the lust took birth in his mind and at the very moment he discharged semen. Before he could wipeout hi semen, with 60,000 molecules, 60,000 sages took birth. Feeling ashamed of self, Bramhadev tried to escape from the marriage place. But Lord Shiva knew the reason behind his escape. He prevented Bramhadev and prepared the holy water with all the material of the earth. Then made it more purified with the power of Mantras. And handed it to Bramhaji saying, O Bramhaji! now you will be freed from all of your sins and will get the liberation from the lust. Because this holy water destroys all kinds of sins.
The Arrival of Ganga in the matted hair of Lord Shiva
Danavendra Bali started his 100th Ashwamedh Yagya. Indradev and other gods doubted of the King Bali’s conquer on the Indra’s throne by the power of Bali’s ascetic practices.
Afraid of this idea in their mind, Indra and all gods ran to Lord Vishnu and prayed him. Lord Vishnu came down to earth in form of “Vaman” (Shortman Monk). And with his great knowledge, he defeated Daityaguru Shukracharya and other Rishimunis. King Bali was impressed with Vaman’s knowledge. He offered him to ask any three wishes. Vaman demanded three steps of land and King granted his wish. Vaman expanded himself to extremely large human body and measured entire earth with first step and the entire universe with the second step. Now, he asked Bali Where to put the third step?
Generous King Bali bowed down before Vaman and offered him his own head to place the third step. Pleased with his liberalness, God Vaman took the adoring form of Lord Vishnu and promissed Bali to grant any wish. Bali requested Vishnu to stay at his home along with the Goddess Laxmi so that he could enjoy the fate to adore and worship every day.
When Lord Vishnu, in form of Vaman, placed is second step into the Satyalok. He worshiped Vishnu’s feet with the holy water received from Lord Shiva. To prevent the spilt water while washing feet, to go into the Pataal lok, Lord Shiva held all the water into his thick hair. Thus that water is called as Ganga.
Shri Gangaji’s arrival onto the earth:
Seeing River Ganga in the form of a woman closely associating her husband Shankar, Parvati was unhappy. She planned to drive Ganges away from her husband.
As part of the plan Parvati and her son Ganesh came to live in Gautama’s Ashrama with Parvati’s friend Jaya. There was a famine of 24 years and people were affected by the pangs of hunger. However, Varun – the God of Rains, pleased with Sage Gautam arranged rains every day in Gautam’s Ashram, which was in Trimbakeshwar. Gautama used to sow rice in the surrounding fields of his Ashrama in the morning, reap the crop in the afternoon and with it fed a large group of rishis, who took shelter in his Ashrama on account of the famine. The blessings of the group of rishis increased the merit (Punya) of Gautam. Lord Indra’s position became shaky because of his increased merit. So Indra ordered clouds to rain all over Trimbakeshwar, so that the famine will be over and Rishis will go back and the increasing merits of Gautam will be weakened. Although the famine was over, Gautam urged the Rishis to stay back and kept on feeding them and gaining merit.
However Once he saw a cow grazing in the paddy field and he drove her away by throwing Darbha (sharp, pointed grass). The slender cow died by this. It was Jaya – Parvati’s friend, who had taken the form of a cow. This news upset the Rishis and they refused to luncheon at his Ashram. Gautam requested Rishis to show a way out of this sin.
He was advised to approach Lord Shiva and request him to release Ganges and a bath in the Ganga would set him free of his sins. Gautam then practiced penance by going to the peak of Brahmagiri. Lord Shankara was pleased by his worships and gave him the Ganga.
However, Ganga was not prepared to part with Lord Shiva, which irritated him. He made Tandav Nrutya (dance) on the peak of Brahmagiri and dashed his Jata there. Frightened by this action, Ganga appeared on Brahmagiri. Later on Ganga appeared in the Trimbak Tirtha. Gautam praised her but she disappeared in anger.
Gautama could not bathe in her waters. Ganges then appeared in Gangadwar, Varaha-tirtha, Rama-Laxman tirtha, Ganga Sagar tirtha. Still Gautama could not bathe in her waters. The Gautama surrounded the river with enchanted grass and put a vow to her. The flow stopped there and the tirtha thus came to be called Kushavarta. It is from this Kushavarta that the river Godavari flows up to the sea. The sin of killing a cow by Gautama was wiped off here.
Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple
Shri Nanasaheb Peshawe, in 1755-1768 A.D. built the Hemad Panthi temple of Shri Trimbakeshwar Provience. The dimensions of temple’s area are 270 ft. east-west and by 217 ft. north-south. The temple is facing east and surrounded by strong stone walls. On the peak of the temple there are five golden vases. And a Saffron flag of Hindus, the stem of which is made of alloy of 5 metals (Iron, gold, silver, copper and brass).
As soon as you enter the temple you can hear Bramhins reciting and chanting loudly of Shiv mantras. In the adytum of the temple there is Pind of Shri Trimbakeshwar and inside the center part of the Pind you can see 3 cambers of the size of the thumb. They are called as Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. From the Mahesh camber there is continuous discharge of holy water of Ganga.
Peshawe has gifted temple a Beautiful heavily ornate with gems, golden crown. This crown can be seen on every Monday in the trust office of Shri Trambakeshwar temple. The temple also has a 5 faced mask of shri Trimbakeshwar. It is taken to give bath to Kushavart tirth on every Monday and the Mahashivaratri every year, then festively placed on Pind of god Trimbakeshwar.
Bramhagiri is 4248 ft. above sea level and about 1800 feet higher from the city of Trimbakeshwar. It has five peaks named Sadyojaat, Vaamdev, Ishan, Hapre and Tatpurush. The two Punjabi brothers, Shri Lalchand Nashidanand Bhangadi and Shri Seth Ganeshdas Devidas Gajjar spent Rs. 2 lakhs in 1908 A.D. and built 500 stair steps and charitable rest house for the comfort of the visitors. The present Bramhagiri mountain was calld the Giri Durg in the age of Yadavas. This Giri Durg of Yadavas was had been under rule of Nijam in 1750 A.D. Later on this Durg was occupied by Shahajahan. In the time of the Peshawas, the condition of this fort was very good. Right on this Bramhagiri mountain, two rivers named Ahilya and Vaitarana had originated.
Right in the middle of the Bramhagiri Mountain is Gangadwar. In the time from 1907 A.D. to 1918 A.D. The resident of Kachch, Seth Karamasi Hansraj built 750 stairs here and made the road for the visitor’s comfort. There are situated 108 Shiv Lings made by Gautam Rishi and the caves of Shri Gorakshanath, in which Gautam Rishi had received ascetic accomplishment.
The Varah Pond
In the Paatal Lok, a cruel demon named Hiranyaksha lived. Everyone was terrified from him. For assassinating Hiranyaksha, Lord Vishnu took form of Varah (Holy Swine) and destroyed him. Afterwards God Vishnu took bath on Gangadwar. Thus, this pond was nominated as the Varah Pond.
This cave on Bramhagiri Mountain, is named after saint Shri Gorakshanathji. He was a great man of from 11th century. He brought in the spiritual cultural age in India by the ascetic practices. With the effective and skilled personality, he began the movement for bringing awareness among the people against superstitions, ill feeling and religious impureness in the society. Shri Gorakshanathji handed over the ascetic property of the Nath community to the saint Nivrutti Nath. The saint Nirvrutti Nath finished finished the remaining works of Shri Gorakshanathji and continued the movement of public welfare started by the Nath community.
Saint Nivruttinath Samadhi Temple
The Samadhi of the Sant Nivrutti Nath is also located here. Nivrutti Nath was the initiator of the Nath sect and was the elder brother of the noble saint Gyaneshwar. As per the legends, just after the Samadhi of Gyaneshwar, Nivrutti Nath left with his sister for a pilgrimage. On their way, they met with a natural disaster of thunderstorms, in which Nivrutti Nath lost his sister. After this, at Trimbakeshwar, Nivrutti Nath attained Samadhi. On the place of Nivrutti Nath’s Samadhi, a temple has been erected later on that is visited by numerous devotees.
The Neel Mountain is located in the north of the city of Trimbakeshwar. Here situated the natural the temple of the Goddess Nilambika and the Godess Matamba side by side. Climb up a little and you will find a beautiful temple of shri Dattatray and the temple of Shri Neelkantheshwar Mahadev behind it. There is also situalted a traditional residential place of Naga Digambar sages called “Dashnaam Panchayati Aakhada”.
Shri Ganga Sagar
Shri Ganga Sagar is a huge pond in the city of Trimbakeshwar. Villagers of the city get drinking water from this pond. The water is supplied to the villagers after filteration. Shri Raja bahadur, in A.D. 1600, built this pond by spending 75000 Rupees.
The Gautam Pond
Shri Pandit, a resident of Jhansi, had built this pond by spending 5000 Rupees. The pond is spread over the length of 6000 ft from East to West and 4000 ft. from South to North.
Shri Indra Pond
This pond was built by Shri Vishnu Mahadev Gadre in AD 1700, by spending 22000 Rupees. It has Lord Indreshwar temple besides it. (Just behind house of Guruji, Shri. Mahendra Bapuji Dharane)
Shri Kushavart Tirth
Shri Kushavart Teerth is a sacred bathing tank situated in the city of Trimbakeshwar. It is built by Raoji Abaji Parnekar of the Holkars, the Maratha rulers of Indore, in 1690-91 by spending Rs. 8 Lakhs. It’s dimensions are 94 ft from East to West and 85 ft from North to South. The legends says that one gets free from all kinds of sins and get a place in the Kailash Mountain after death by taking bath in Kushavart.
Shri Ganga Godavari Temple
The temple is situated near Kushavart Teerth. It is constructed with contribution given by Vipravrudas of Shukla Yajurvediya Branch. Here, Ganga Godavari Festival is celebrated between 1st to 12th November each year.
In the Satyayuga the gods and demons had together churned the ocean. And as a result they received 14 jewels. One of the 14 jewels 13th was “Amrit” (Nectar). When it came out of the ocean, the gods fell into worry. They thought that if demons take the nectar, they will live forever and terrify and cause torment to the gods. So gods asked to Jayant, son of Devraj Indra, to take the urn containing the Nectar and run away through the way of the space. In order to get back the urn from Jayant, the demons fought terribly with gods for 12 days. During the period of fight some drops of the nector fell down on the earth. These drops of urn fell on Haridwar, Prayagraj, Ujjain and Shri Trimbakeshwar. Protecting these drops from the demons was very much necessary for the gods.
Then the sun, the Moon and the Jupiter together protected the urn. The Moon protected them from falling, the Sun protected from breaking the urn and the Jupiter protected the drops from the possession of the demons. From that time whenever the Sun, the Moon and the Jupiter enters into the zodiac Aquarius, the Kumbh Mela is organised. The gods and the demons fought for their 12 days which are equals to 12 human years. According to this, after every 12 years of time, the Kumbha Mela is organised at the four holy places.
During the Kumbh Mela, the baths of the sages go on according to their designation and seniority. First of all Digambar sages takes bath. On the occasion of Maha Parv Kaal, early in the morning i.e. 2-3 hours before the Sun rises, the Digambar and the Naga (Naked) sages who arrive on Kushavart Tirth on the elephants and on foots, singing religious songs all the way in the procession, take bath. According to the protocol set ages ago, only Digambar and Naga sages takes bath into the Kushavart Tirth very first. And only after them rest of the people (visitors & tourists) can take bath into the Kushavart Tirth.
During the whole year of Kumbh Mela all the sages reside at Trimbakeshwar. The shelters for these monks and sages are provided by the Government of the state of Maharashtra and by the local Municipality.
Shri. Mahendra (Balasaheb) Bapuji Dharane
Shri. Nikhil Mahendra Dharane
180, Nathkrupa, Trimbakeshwar,
Nashik, Maharashtra ( INDIA)
Phone – 02594 233091Mobile – 9822432835
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