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Weird Story - Temple Where Fragmented Shivling Is Worshiped

By: Pinki Tue, 13 Feb 2018 1:22 PM

Weird Story - Temple Where Fragmented Shivling is Worshiped

In Hindu scriptures, there is a prohibition of worshiping a fragmented idol of any god, including Shiva, but this Shivling is an exception, no matter how fractal it is, it is always worshipable. (This is why you can read the fragmented Shivling of worship, but not to the fragmented Shiva idol, why not? ) This live-sighted example can be seen in Swith Mahadevshal Dham Mandir in Goilkera, Jharkhand. The worship of a fragmented Shivling in this temple has been taking place since the last 150 years. The story of this Shivling is also very surprising, because of breaking the Shivling, a British engineer had to give his life.

This story starts in the middle of the 19th century when the Bengal-Nagpur railway authorities were laying line between Calcutta and Bombay, near the village of Goelikera. For this, when the laborers were digging the area, they saw a shiveling. The laborers stopped excavation after watching the Shivalinga and kept on refusing to do further work. But the British engineer 'Robert Henry', presenting the shout as a nonsense, shouted at Shivling, so that the shivaling took place in two pieces but the result was not good and when the return from work was done in the engineer's way Died.

After this incident, the laborers and villagers strongly protested the excavation of the railway line. At first, the British official was stubborn to dig on him but when he realized that it is a matter of faith and trust and the result of force can be reversed, he decided to dig the railway line away from Shivalinga. Due to this the direction of the railway line had to be changed and two tunnels were constructed.

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Mahadevshal Dham - Where there is the worship of fragmented Shivling - had been the life of a British engineer

July 24, 2014 By ag Leave a Comment
Shivling at Mahadevshal Dhaam
Baba Bholenath's Shivaling at Mahadevshal Dham Mandir Image Credit

In our scriptures, there is a prohibition of worshiping a fragmented idol of any god, including Shiva, but Shivling is an exception, no matter how fractal it is, it is always worshipable. (This is why you can read the fragmented Shivling of worship, but not to the fragmented Shiva idol, why not? ) This live-sighted example can be seen in Swith Mahadevshal Dham Mandir in Goilkera, Jharkhand. The worship of a fragmented Shivling in this temple has been taking place since the last 150 years. The story of this Shivling is also very surprising, because of breaking the Shivling, a British engineer had to give his life.
Exterior view of temple Image Credit

Interesting story of Shivalinga fragmentation:
This story was in the middle of the 19th century when the Bengal-Nagpur railway was going to lay a railway line between Calcutta and Bombay, near the village of Goelikera. For this, when the laborers were digging there, they saw a shiveling while digging them. The laborers stopped excavation after watching the Shivalinga and kept on refusing to do further work. But the British engineer 'Robert Henry', presenting the shout as a nonsense, shouted at Shivling, so that the shivaling took place in two pieces but the result was not good and when the return from work was done in the engineer's way Died.
The crowd of devotees in the month of Savan Image Credit

After this incident, the laborers and villagers strongly protested the excavation of the railway line. At first, the British official was stubborn to dig on him but when he realized that it is a matter of faith and trust and the result of force can be reversed, he decided to dig the railway line away from Shivalinga. Due to this the direction of the railway line had to be changed and two tunnels were constructed.

Both pieces of Shivalinga are worshiped

In the excavation where Shivalinga was made, there is the Devashal Temple, and there is a temple situated in the sanctum of the fragmented Shivling temple. While the second piece of Shivling is located two kilometers away from Ratanbur hill, village Devi is established with 'Maa Poudi', where there is daily worship of both of them. According to the tradition, the worship of Lord Shiva first and then Pooudi is followed.

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