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Temples in Rohtak

India is known the world over as the land of spirituality and mysticism. People from all over the world and all walks of life and diverse religious background visit this country to get a feel of the mystic and spiritualism surrounding this land to try and understand it in the real sense of the word. The city of Rohtak has a special place in this adventure. From religious fanatics to the casual traveler, flock to this city to absorb what it has to offer in terms of spirituality. The city exemplifies, in the true sense of the word, the practical meaning of the word religious tolerance.

Durga Bhawan Mandir in Rohtak

Temples in Rohtak
The Durga Bhawan Mandir is one of the major religious temples of this city. This temple is built for worshipping the Goddess Durga. Located in the heart of the city on National Highway 10, this temple wears a festive look especially during the celebration of Navratri. The celebration of Navratri goes on for nine days amidst the pomp and gaiety of the colorfully decorated temple. Many people and devotees both local and from outside the city visits this huge and colorful temple to pay their obeisance to the Goddess Durga during the celebrations of the occasion throughout the nine days.

Shiv Mandir in Rohtak

Temples in Rohtak

The Shiv Mandir is another important temple. Constructed for worshipping Lord Shiva, this temple is located in the heart of the city. The major attraction of this temple is the celebration of Shivratri. During the celebration of this occasion, pilgrims from all over the country as well as locals come to this temple to pray and offer their submission to Lord Shiva.

The temple wears a colorful and festive look during the celebration of Shivratri, as the whole temple is decorated with colorful lights and flowers to welcome and appease the pilgrim. Many temporary stalls are erected within the perimeter of the temple which sells flowers, incense sticks, earthen lamps and laddus laced with bhang, the favorite of Lord Shiva. Besides offering prayers to the deity, the people visiting this temple have wonderful time during the celebration of Shivratri.

Digambar Jain Mandir in Rohtak

Temples in RohtakThe Digambar Jain Mandir is situated in the Jain society complex in the city of Rohtak.

This temple has nine vediyaan or platforms where the idols are installed. This temple is dedicated to Lord Mahavira and the deity is installed as the Mulnayak. The temple complex houses many amenities for the devotees. There is a Dharamsala with two halls and twenty two rooms that can accommodate a hundred people, a Jain Bhojanalaya, library and telephone facilities. It is self sufficient and offers all that is required for a comfortable stay for its devotees.

Hanuman Mandir in Rohtak

Temples in Rohtak

It is located in Gohana Adda road in Rohtak and is the ideal place for seekers of Nirvana. The temple remains open for all days of the week except Saturday and Sunday.

Sai Temple in Rohtak

Temples in Rohtak

This is one of the ideal places for paying homage to if you are a believer of Sai Baba. It is located in a beautiful village known as Kharawar on the Delhi Road.

Radha Krishna Mandir in Rohtak

Temples in Rohtak

Almost every Hindu heart is devoted to the godly duet of Radha and Krishna. This is the reason for the existence of numerous temples devoted to Radha and Krishna in nearly every city of Northern India. Rohtak also drenches the hearts of its residents with the blessings of Radha Krishna. Rohtak offers a splendid temple of Radha Krishna which is located in Meham near the old bus stand in Chintala mohalla. The temple comprises an idol of Lord Krishna made of an exceptional black colored stone. This scarce black stone can be seen only in a few parts of Himalayas. During the Holi festival, lots of devotees throng to the temple from different parts of the district.        

There is one more well-known temple which is popular as the "Gufa wala Mandir". This temple is located in the Model Town, Rohtak and is in the form of a cave as is suggested by its name.

Since the temples are located within the city, visitors can stay at the many deluxe as well as economic accommodations that are all situated at convenient locations and distances.

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