Navratri 2020: This holy temple of the mother, people offer liquor here, this Dham of God made by the robbers

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The holy festival of Navratri has begun. Shardiya Navaratri is celebrated all over the country. This year from October 17 to October 25, there is Sharadiya Navratri. The nine forms of the mother are worshiped on the auspicious days of Navratri. These days, the mother is offered various kinds of things. According to religious beliefs, these days live on mother earth. Today we will tell you about a temple of the mother where liquor is offered to the mother. Kali Maa receives the offerings of liquor in this holy temple.


Maa Bhuwal Kali Mata Temple

Maa Bhuwal is the temple of Kali Mata in Nagaur district of Rajasthan. In this holy temple of the mother, liquor is offered to the mother. According to beliefs, in this holy temple, the mother consumes two and a half cups of liquor.


Bhairav ​​Baba also feels the enjoyment of alcohol

According to beliefs, in this holy abode of the mother, the mother is offered only two and a half cups of alcohol. The rest of the liquor is offered to Bhairav ​​Baba. This holy temple of the mother was built by the ruthless bandits.


Mother is worshiped in the black and Brahmin form

In this holy temple, the mother is worshiped in the form of Kali and Brahmani. Mother Kali takes liquor and sweetheart is offered to mother Brahmin. According to local people, this temple of Mother is very miraculous.

Mother eats alcohol

In this temple, liquor is offered to Kali Maa in a silver cup. The priests of the temple fill two and a half cups with alcohol and take the cup to the lips of the mother. It is forbidden to see the mother while offering alcohol to the mother. The priest does not even see the mother at this time. Mothers consume alcohol. Not a single drop of alcohol remains in the cup.

There is also a rule to offer alcohol to the mother

There is also a rule to offer alcohol to the mother. The devotee asks for a vow to make prasad, the more the prasad is to be offered to the mother. Neither less nor more than that. This holy temple of the mother keeps the flow of devotees.