Puja at Tilbhandeshwar Temple

Puja at Tilbhandeshwar Temple

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Tilbhandeshwar Temple is one of the famous shiva temple in India.It is believed that Shive lingam of this temple is growing every year by nominal length.Maa sharda had spent some of his days in this temple.

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Puja at Tilbhandeshwar Temple is very significant one. Tilbhandeshwar Temple is one of the famous shiva temple in India.It is believed that Shive lingam of this temple is growing every year by nominal length.Maa sharda had spent some of his days in this temple. This temple is constructed based on Malyali and the Banarasi culture. Mahashivanrathri was grantly celebrated in this temple.Shravan, Navratri, Makar Sankranti, Ayappa Puja are the other festival celebrated in this temple.The other shrines of this temple are Maa Parvati, Vibhandeshwar, Bhairav and Loed Ayappa.The linga present in this temple is self manifested.

 

BENEFITS OF PUJA AT TILBHANDESHWAR TEMPLE

  • Positivity communicates energy
  • Very good for your health.
  • Concentration increases.
Puja Types

Uttam, Mahaprasadam

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