Puja at Trilochaneshwar Temple

Puja at Trilochaneshwar Temple

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Trilochan Ling finds mention in Kashi Khand as Trivishtabh Ling.  In the south of Trilochan, three holy rivers Yamuna, Saraswati and Narmada joined together once. It is believed that these three rivers themselves performed abhishek of Trilochan Ling While Omkareshwar Ling attained prime importance among all Lings in Kashi,

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Puja at Trilochaneshwar Temple is very significant one. Trilochan Ling finds mention in Kashi Khand as Trivishtabh Ling.  In the south of Trilochan, three holy rivers Yamuna, Saraswati and Narmada joined together once. It is believed that these three rivers themselves performed abhishek of Trilochan Ling while Omkareshwar Ling attained prime importance among all Lings in Kashi, the importance of darshan of Trilochan Ling is given more prominence.  Trilochan is a Swayambhu Ling and  it is stated in Kashi Khand that the Ling came to the earth from seven Patal Lokas, piercing each and every layer. Let alone having darshan, even uttering the word of Trilochan by mouth will cleanse the devotee of his sins.  A person knowingly or unknowingly committing sins in any place, finds mukti in Kashi and a person committing a similar sin in Kashi finds mukti by eulogizing (praising) Trilochan Ling. (Kashi Khand, ibid) The three rivers mentioned above join together in a Teerth called Pilpila Teerth.  It is believed that taking a bath in Pilpila Teerth and having darshan of Trilochan is considered very auspicious. Performing pooja/archana of Trilochan on all Ashtami and Chaturdashi days are auspicious.  In Vaishaka Month (April 20-May 20) Shukla Paksha Tritheeya (third day after Amavasya), also known as Akshay Tritheeya is a very very auspicious day and people who observe vrath (fast) on that day and perform Shraadh Karma (rituals towards their forefathers) attain high level of enlightenment and obtain blessings of their ancestors and Gods. If all the Shiv Lings in the world are visualised as a human being (personified), Trilochan Ling is the Eye of the Personified structure.  Local pundits believe that Trilochan Ling is the third eye of Vishweshwar Ling.  In Kashi Khand, besides Pilpila Teerth, there is mention of Padodak Koop (well). This Koop is still existing in the temple premises.  Pilpila Teerth is existing in the form of Pilpila Koop very near to Trilochan temple. While the Padodak well has been kept covered, there is a pump attached to the well, with the help of which water is drawn.

 

LOCATION OF THE TRILOCHANESHWAR TEMPLE

Trilochaneshwar Temple is located at A-2/80, Trilochan Ghat.  The temple is approachable from Birla Hospital after Machhodari upto which place, devotees can travel by Auto or Cycle Rickshaw. Alternatively, they can have a boat ride upto Trilochan Ghat and climb the steps. This temple also houses Varanasi Devi which finds mention in Kashi Khand.

 

TIMING OF PUJA AT TRILOCHANESHWAR TEMPLE

The temple is open for worship 05.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon and 05.00 p.m. to 11 p.m.  Mangala Aarti is performed at 05.30 a.m. and Shayan Aarti at 11.00 p.m. Taking bath in Padodak Koop on Akshay Tritheeya day and performing pooja of Trilochan is very auspicious and there is heavy rush on the above day even now. Jal Shringar is done on Akshay Tritheeya Day  in the evening which is very well worshipped by devotees. For doing special pooja etc., it is advisable to consult the Poojari before hand. The temple also houses a Shiv Ling known as Saraswateeshwar, which finds mention in Kashi Khand.

 

BENEFITS OF PUJA AT TRILOCHANESHWAR TEMPLE

  • Trilochan Linga is given more prominence.
  • The idol of the Lord Shiva is self- formed lingam.
  • It is considered very auspicious if we take bath in pilpila teerth and worshipping trilochan.

 

SIGNIFICANCE OF TRILOCHANESHWAR POOJA

  • In the month from April to May shukla paksha trithya or akshay tritheeya people observe fast and consider as one of the most auspicious day.
  • In kashi khand there is a padodak koop that is well.This well is still existing in this temple.
  • Now pilpala teerth is existed in the form of pilpala well. It is one of the famous hindu temple in the world.
Puja Types

Uttam, Mahaprasadam

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