Ravana worshipped in this temple, people come from far and wide

To date, all of you have heard and read about many temples which will be unique. Now, today, on Dussehra, we are going to tell you about the temple of Ravan. Yes, there is a temple in Kanpur city of Uttar Pradesh where Ravan is worshipped. You may not be convinced to read, but it is true. In fact, there is a Dasanan temple in Kanpur which is opened only on Dussehra day and closed after the burning of Ravan.

Today is Vijay Dashami and on this day this temple was opened and Dasanan was anointed with morning makeup and worshipped as well as with milk, curd, ghee, honey, sandalwood, Ganga water etc. Devotees from far and wide are said to come here today, on the day of Vijay Dashami, to pay obeisance to Lankesh. According to the information received, Guru Prasad Shukla established the temples about 150 years ago and at that time he also established the temple of Mother Chinnamasta and Kailash temple. Along with Mother Chinnamasta, Goddesses like Mother Kali, Mother Tara, Shodshi, Bhairavi, Bhuneshwari, Dhumavati, Baglamukhi, Matangi, Kamala Mahavidya as well as Durgaji, Jaya, Vijaya, Bhadrakali, Annapurna, Narayani, Yashovidya, Brahmani, Parvati, Shri Vidya, Devsena, and Jagatdhatri etc.

At the same time, a statue of Ravan was installed here as a devotee of Shakti. The temple is said to have a 10-headed statue of Dasanan. Here, on this day, Dasanan is adorned with flowers and a mustard oil lamp is lit to ask for the blessings of health, strength, and intellect. Devotees who come here believe that Ravana was also a great scholar. That is why they worship Ravan and seek his blessings. On the other hand, the class believes that after performing Ravan's aarti, their wishes are fulfilled.

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