Nikhil Pardeshwar Mahadev Temple echoed with chants of Har-Har Mahadev

JNS: Nikhil Pardeshwar Mahadev Temple resonated with the chants of Har-Har Mahadev as devotees gathered to perform the Rudrabhishek of Lord Shiva with utmost devotion.

Bokaro witnessed the grand celebration of Mahashivratri, the divine marriage festival of Devadhidev Mahadev and Adishakti Jagdamba, on Friday. Among the various celebrations across the city, the worship of Pardeshwar Mahadev at the Nikhil Pardeshwar Mahadev Temple in Sector-12D stood out.

Organized by Siddhashram Sadhak Parivar (Nikhil Mantra Vigyan), the event saw a large turnout of Nikhil disciples and devotees from nearby areas.

Led by priest Pandit Gangadhar Pandey, the Rudrabhishek of Mahadev was performed with traditional rituals, under the divine guidance of Paramhans Swami Nikhileshwaranandji Maharaj (Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali) and Vandania Mata Bhagwati, and the blessings of Gurudev Shri Nandkishore Shrimaliji.

The devotees offered various items including water, Bilva leaves, Akoon, Dhatura, hemp, camphor, milk, curd, honey, sugar, pomegranate juice, sugarcane juice, Akshat, sandalwood, ash, and Rudraksh, in worship to Lord Shiva. The rituals commenced with Ganpati puja and Guru puja, followed by bhajan-kirtan and aarti in the evening, filling the temple premises and the surrounding environment with divine vibrations.

Nikhil Pardeshwar Mahadev Temple holds significant spiritual importance in Bokaro, housing a Parad Shivalinga weighing 51 kg, gifted by Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali. The darshan of Parad Shivalinga is believed to bring rare, miraculous, and positive results, providing supernatural peace to those who witness it.

Established 11 years ago near Ranvijay College in Sector-12D, the temple’s foundation stone was laid by former state minister and then MLA of Bokaro, Samaresh Singh, along with members of the Siddhashram Sadhak family on April 17, 2013. Presently, the construction work of Jagmohan, verandah, and Sadhana room around the temple is in progress, enriching the spiritual atmosphere of the area.

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