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Trilokpur
त्रिलोकपुर
Religion
AffiliationHinduism
ProvinceHimachal Pradesh
Location
CountryIndia
Shown within India
Geographic coordinates30°32′25″N 77°12′31″E / 30.54035°N 77.20855°E / 30.54035; 77.20855

Trilokpur (Hindi: त्रिलोकपुर) is a temple site in Himachal Pradesh, India, located on an isolated hillock about 24 km south-west of Nahan, 77-15’ north and 30’30’ east, at an elevation of about 430 m.

The name Trilok Pur implies there is a triangle of three Shakti Temples in the area. Each temple depicts a different face of Goddess Durga. The main temple situated at Trilok Pur is the Temple of Bhagwati Tripur Bala Sundry, which depicts a beautiful childhood image of Goddess Durga. The second ‘Shakti Temple’, dedicated to Bhagwati Lalita Devi, is situated on a hillock located at a distance of 3 km from Bala Sundry. The third famous ‘Shakti temple’ of ‘Tripur Bhairavi’ is situated at a distance of 13 km north west of Bala Sundry temple.

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History

Mata Trilokpur Devi Temple
Mata Trilokpur Devi Temple
The temple, as seen from the side,
The temple, as seen from the side,

The temple was built by Raja Dip Parkash in 1573. Legend speaks of the devil's "pin" (a sacred stone; regarded as a symbol of the goddess) that had appeared in a bag of salt, purchased by a local trader.

As per legend, Maa Balasundari Jee had appeared in the year 1573 at Trilokpur in a bag of salt brought from Devban ( UP) by a local shopkeeper Sh Ram Dass. The said shopkeeper kept on selling salt from the bag throughout the day but the commodity did not exhaust and the bag remained filled as if nothing had been taken out therefrom. He was taken aback by the miracle and while asleep in the night Goddess appeared in his dream and narrated the incidence of her disappearance from Devban(UP) and directed to construct a Temple to establish her PINDI Swaroop, which was already existing inside the bag of salt and also directed to worship in the name of Mahamaya Balasundari – an infant state of Goddess Vaishno Devi . Lala Ram Dass was not rich enough to construct the temple, thus he decided to approach the then ruler of Sirmour state who hesitantly agreed and got constructed a temple for the installation of the Divine PINDI of Mata Balasundari jee at Trilokpur. The king invited some artisans from Jaipur [Rajasthan] in 1570 AD and a beautiful marble temple dedicated to Goddess Tripura Bala Sundri came by 1573 AD. It is pertinent to mention here that at Deoband in Uttar Pradesh also there was a famous ancient temple of Bhagwati Bala Sundri. After the temple was completed the worship of Goddess Bala Sundri became the tradition in the Royal family. The temple was renovated by Maharaja Fateh Prakash in 1823 and by Maharaja Raghubir Prakash in 1851. The temple is an example of exquisite workmanship and is an amalgam of Indo-Persian styles of architecture.

Every year, over 32 lacs of devotees visit the shrine of Bhagwati Bala Sundri. The traditional Poojari of the Bhagwati belongs to the business community and Vaish by the cast. It is another unique feature of this famous Shakti Peeth of North India. Right since temple's inception, the descendants of Lala Ram Das have been performing the main Pooja there.

At present, the temple is run by a Temple trust headed by Deputy Commissioner Sirmour. The Temple Trust had executed several developmental works in Trilok Pur village during the past three decades. During this, Navratra fair tight security arrangement was being made keeping in view security threat to the famous religious places.

Dhyanu Bhagat Temple

According to the local's beliefs, this temple houses the Hindu Goddess Jwala Ji. Also known as Jawala Ji, Jwala Devi, and Jwalamukhi Ji, the Dhyanu Bhagat Temple is a major tourist attraction when visiting the shrines in Trilokpur. [1]

Shiva Mandir Temple

It is located right next to the temple of Dhyanu Bhagat's which houses the Lord Shiva. The temple is situated in front of a big pond.

The temple of Shiva Mandir
The temple of Shiva Mandir

Lalita Mata Temple

The gate to Lalita Mata's temple way is situated on the road to the main temple. Pilgrims often visit this temple, which is also within walking distance

How to Reach

A path connects it with the Nahan-Kala Amb Road at Sainwala, nearly 9.6  km below Nahan. A road runs between Kala Amb and Trilokpur for a distance of 6.4  km. A regular bus service runs from Nahan to this place via Kala Amb. In days of Navratri, you can get direct bus service of Haryana roadways from Ambala Cantt, Yamunanagar, Naraingarh. One can reach with convenience (car, motorbike, etc.) from Yamuna Nagar through Sadhoura, Kala Amb (encountering famous IITT college in the passage) in about 2 hours.

Famous For

Trilokpur is a place of great religious importance. It is considered to be the childhood place of Maa Vaishno Devi. The temple of the goddess Mahamaya Bala Sundri is well known and attracts lakhs of pilgrims from all over Northern India.

An important fair is held at Trilokpur twice a year i.e.in the month of Chaitra and Ashvina on Sudi ashtmi to chaudas (from the 8th to the 14th of the bright half). During this period, people visit consistently, but a mammoth gathering is seen on ashtmi and chaudas viz, the first and final days. The mela in Chaitra draws more people than the one held in Ashvina. During this period, a large number of devotees visit this temple and pay their respects to the goddess. Mata Bala Sundri is known as Kul Devi of many Castes(i.e. Brahmana, Baniyas, Rajput etc.) in Haryana.

References

  1. ^ /timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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