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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Sanguda (Bilkhet), Maniyarsyun

Garhwali Folk Tales, Fables, Traditional Stories, Community Narratives -103 
(Garhwali religious Folk Tale Literature, Garhwali Traditional Religious Story Literature)
  Compiled and Edited by: Bhishma Kukreti (Management Training Expert)

          (Based on Narration by Hema Uniyal, Kedarkhand, pages 126-127)

        It is said that when Muslim Attackers attacked on Indian land and also destroyed Hindu Temple here. The Five Devi -Goddesses and Bhairav took a decision to migrate from Indraprastha to Himalayan region, Garhwal. Those Goddesses or Devi were Adishakti Bhuwaneshwari, Jwalpadevi, man Balkunwari , Man Balsundari and Rajrajeshwari. They were migrating to Garhwal though Nazibabad (Bijnor). Nazibabad was  gateway to Garhwal and wholesale Market where Garhwalis sued to come to sell their products and used to by Salt, gur and other household materials. The traveler of coming to whole sale market is called Dhakri in Garhwali language. One day, Adishakti Bhuwaneshwari, Jwalpadevi, man Balkunwari , Man Balsundari and Rajrajeshwari were staying Nazibabad for entering to Garhwal. On the same day, Negi brothers of Sainar village, Maniyarsyun, Pauri Garhwal came to Nazibabad for Dhakar (buying materials) to Nazibabad. Negi bought salt and put into a big bag. Adi Shakti Bhuwaneshwari was feeling tired and she entered into salt Bag of Bhawan Singh Negi for a rest. Negi brothers reached to Sanguda place (in Bilkhet village area) while coming back from Nazibabad via Kotdwara, Dogadda, Langurgarh. In Sanguda, Bhawan Singh Negi found a round metal inside the salt bag. Bhawan Singh Negi thought that metal as waste and threw out. In Night, Bhawan Singh Negi saw Mother Bhuwaneshwari   in his dream and Bhuwaneshwari ordered him to establish Metal idol in Sanguda.
   Sanguda or Bilkhet was part of Naithana village (Naithana is original village of Naithani cast.).  Netramani Naithani also saw same dream on the same night and in dream Adi Shakti Bhuwaneshwari ordered Netramani Naithani to establish that Metal Object as an Idol and build  temple in Sanguda.
  Another day, Bhawan Singh Negi and Netramani Naithani searched the Metal Object in Sanguda and built a small temple by establishing that Metal Object inside temple with Chanting Shlokas and rituals.
      Bhuwaneshwari Temple Sanguda (Bilkhet) is very famous Temple of Patti Maniyarsyun, Pauri Garhwal.  Sanguda (Bilkhet) is near to Banghat and Satpuli. Bhuwaneshwari Temple Sanguda (Bilkhet) is also nearer to Vyaschatti.
Copyright @ Bhishma Kukreti 21/4//2015 for review and interpretation

                                 References

1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003, 
2- Bhishma Kukreti 2003, Salan Biten Garhwali Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
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Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Temple, Sanguda (Bilkhet), Maniyarsyun;  Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Temple, Sanguda (Bilkhet) , Maniyarsyun, Pauri Garhwal; Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Temple, Sanguda (Bilkhet) , Maniyarsyun, Uttarakhand; Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Temple, Sanguda (Bilkhet) , Maniyarsyun, North India;  Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Sanguda (Bilkhet) , Maniyarsyun, South Asia;  Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Sanguda (Bilkhet), Maniyarsyun, near Banghat; Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Sanguda (Bilkhet), Maniyarsyun, Near Satpuli; Garhwali Folk Tale about Bhuwaneshwari Siddhpeeth Sanguda (Bilkhet), Maniyarsyun, Near Vyaschatti