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Salasar Balaji Pilgrimage Site in India

Salasar Balaji

Salasar Balaji Pilgrimage Site in India

Salasar Balaji is a religious place for the devotees of Lord Hanuman. It is situated in Churu district of Rajasthan. Salasar Dham attracts innumerable Indian worshipers throughout the year. On Chaitra Purnima and Ashvin Purnima large fairs are organized every year where more than 6 to 7 lakhs of people assemble here to pay their homage to the deity. Hanuman Sewa Samiti looks after the management of the Temple and the fairs. There are many Dharamshalas to stay and restaurants to eat. The temple of Sri Hanuman is situated right in the middle of the Salasar town.

 

 

 

There was a small village Asota in district Nagaur (Rajsthan). The day was Saturday -samvat 1811, Shravan Shukla-Navami. A Jat farmer was ploughing his field. All of sudden the plough was hit by some story thing and the sound - Thlikk ... was created. He dug that place and found and Idol covered with sand. His wife reached their with his lunch packet. He showed the idol. She cleaned the idol with her sari (dress). That the idol Balaji i.e. Lord Hanuman was appeared. They bow their head with devotion. She worshipped Lord Balaji.

The news of appearance of Lord Balaji spread in the village Asota immediately. The Thakur of Asota also heard the news. In the dream. Balaji ordered him to send the idol to Salasar in the Churu district. At the same night a devotee of Lord Hanuman, Mean Das of Salasar saw Lord Hanuman or Balaji in dream. Lord Balaji told him about the idol of asota. He immediately send a massage to Thakur of Asota. The thakur became surprised - How Mohandasji knew minor details without coming Asota ? Certainly it was a kindness of Lord Balaji . The idol sent to Salasar and was fixed there. That is now Salasar Dham .

Salasar Dham Location

Salasar town is a part of district Churu in Rajasthan and it is situated on the Jaipur - Bikaner highway. It is at a distance of 57 kilometers from Sikar, 24 kilometers from Sujangarh and 30 kilometers from Laxmangarh. Salasar town lies under the jurisdiction of the Sujangarh Panchayat Samiti and is well connected with Delhi, Jaipur and Bikaner by regular bus service run by the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation. Indian Airlines and Jet Air fly to Jaipur, from where Salasar is 3.5 hours drive via a taxi or a bus. Sujangarh, Sikar, Didwana, Jaipur and Ratangarh are the nearest railheads for Salasar Balaji. This city is about 170 kilometers from the city of Pilani that hosts the Birla Institute of Technology and Science. The road from Delhi to Pilani is very good and Balaji is often accessed via that route by people approaching from the direction of Delhi.

The history of this temple dates back to 1811 in a village called Asota, where a farmer while ploughing his field, got stuck by some rock under the earth and when cleared by his wife, emerged an idol of Lord Hanuman. The Thakur of that village dreamt being asked to shift the idol of Salasar for proper religious incarnation. 
At the same time a devotee worshiper of Lord Hanuman called Mean Das also dreamt about the Lord and was asked to do the same. The idol was thus sent to Salasar with all care and devotion. 
Transforming the village into the Salasar Dham, initially a hut, the place was later developed gradually into a concrete temple, which now has a large complex. All that the devotees desire is fulfilled by Lord BALAJI, lacs of followers from all over the world visit this holy place every year.



 
 


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