Visit these temples during Diwali
Diwali 2023: The festival of Diwali is being celebrated across the country today. People eagerly wait for this festival which comes after a year. Shri Ram returned to Ayodhya with Mother Sita on Diwali, after which the townspeople welcomed him by lighting a lamp. Mother Lakshmi, Ganesh ji and Kuber ji are worshiped on Diwali. It is believed that if you worship with true heart and rituals, Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, and Ganesha, the god of wisdom, will be pleased with you.
However, on the day of Diwali, people not only perform puja in their homes but along with this people also visit temples. In such a situation, we will tell you in which temples of the country crowds of people gather on Diwali. If you are also present at these places, then you can go here to seek blessings of God.
On Diwali, the city of Ayodhya looks decorated like a bride. Ayodhya located in UP is also the birthplace of Lord Ram. Like every time, a grand view will be seen here on this Diwali also. Here, along with having darshan of Ram Lala, you can also go to Saryu river.
Mahalaxmi Temple, Ratlam
There is a famous Mahalakshmi temple in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India. A huge crowd of people is seen here throughout the year and especially on Diwali. Devotees who come for darshan from Dhanteras to Diwali offer jewelery to the Mother Goddess. The special thing is that any devotee who comes to this temple on Diwali does not leave empty handed. Whatever jewelery or money is offered as Prasad during Diwali is distributed among all the devotees.
Jhandewalan is a Siddhapeeth situated in the center of the capital Delhi. Jhandewalan Temple is an ancient temple. This temple is situated in Jhandewalan Road, Karol Bagh. There is a huge crowd of devotees in this temple also on Diwali. You can also go here to seek mother’s blessings.
From Dhanteras to Bhaidooj, there is a huge crowd of people in Mathura and Vrindavan. Devotees come here from far and wide to have darshan of their idol Banke Bihari. You can go here for darshan from Delhi by train, bus or private vehicle.
It is said that Kashi rests on the tip of Lord Shankar’s trident. Diwali here is famous not only in India but all over the world. On the day of Diwali, people especially come to visit Kashi Vishwanath Jyotirlinga.