History and Beliefs of Patal Bhuvneshwar :-
Patal Bhuvneshwar Temple Located In Gangolihat Pithoragarh District Is A Major Tourist Center Of The State Of Uttarakhand. This entire complex has been taken in 2007 by the Indian Archeology Department. The Patal Bhuvneshwar cave is no less than a surprise. This cave is 160 meters long and 90 feet deep from the entrance. Patal Bhuvneshwar caves also have the philosophy of Kedarnath, Badrinath and Amarnath.
History of Patal Bhuvneshwar : –
According to the Puranas, there is no place other than Patal Bhuvneshwar, where there are four Darams of Dham with one another. This holy and mysterious cave boasts a history of centuries in itself. It is believed that in this cave 33 crore gods and goddesses have made their residence.
It is written in the Puranas that in the Treta era, Raja Ritupundhi had seen this cave first, in the Dwarpara era (Yug) , Pandavas had played Chavad with Lord Shiva, and in Kalyug, Jagat Guru Shankaracharya was born in 722 A.A. This: established a Shivalinga of copper After this, some Chandra Raja discovered this cave.
Values and Features of Patal Bhuvaneshwar :-
Patal Bhuvneshwar is the head of Lord Ganesha in the cave: –
In Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is considered as the first worshiper. There are many stories about the birth of Ganesha. It is said that once Lord Shiva in anger, the head of Ganesha was separated from the fur, later on the saying of Lord Parvatiji, Lord Ganesha was placed in the head of the elephant, but the head which was separated from the body is believed to be The head is kept by Lord Shiva in the Patal Bhuvaneswar cave.
In the cave of Patal Bhubneshwar, Lord Ganesha is a rock form of Brahmakamal, a Brahmanical party with 108 petals, right above the stone statue.
From this, water from the Brahmakamal pours a divine drop on Lord Shiva’s head of Lord Ganesha. The main drop appears in the face of Adigyanesh. It is believed that this BrahmaKamal Lord Shiva had established itself here.
Secret of things laid in the Patal Bhuvneshwar cave: –
In these caves four stones are established in the form of symbols of four eras.
One of these stones, which is considered the symbol of Kaliyug, is gradually rising up. It is believed that on the day that the symbol of Kali Yuga will hit the stone wall, Kaliyug will end on that day.
Beliefs of Patal Bhuvneshwar:-
Inside the cave there are also Kedarnath, Badrinath and Amarnath. Badrinath has the statue of Badri Panchayat. These include Yama-Kuber, Varun, Lakshmi, Ganesh and Garuda. The figure of Takshak Nag is also seen in the rock formed in the cave. Above this Panchayat, Baba is the cave of Amarnath and large stone stones are spread out. This cave has the philosophy of Kalbhairav’s tongue. It is believed that if one enters the womb through the mouth of Kalabhairav, reaching to the tail, it becomes the salvation.
Recognition of the shape of the inside of the Bhuvneshwar cave:-
In the beginning, entering the cave (the first floor of Patala) is the sight of Narasimha Lord. As soon as something goes down, the elaborate structures like Sheshnag’s foam are seen on the stones. It is believed that the earth is fixed on it. In the caves, the roof of the cave is seen in the shape of a caudal skull. This figure was said to be Kamdhenu’s cow’s breasts that in the time of the gods, milk stream flows through this breast. In Kaliyuga, water is dripping from the milk instead of milk.
Inside this cave, you see a gaud (swan) of a neck, sitting on a pond. It is believed that Shiva built this kund to drink water of its snake. It was under the supervision of Garuda. But when Garuda tried to drink water from this pool, Shivaji turned his neck in anger.