There are two temples in Lucknow, on whose dome the moon is still present!
Lucknow is called the city of Nawabs and is also known for its Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb, but have you ever seen an example of Hindu-Muslim unity in a temple, today we will tell you about such a historical place in Lucknow. Have been where the moon planted by the Nawabs on the top of the Siddha Peeth temple is visible even today. Despite the moon being placed on the temple, there has been neither any dispute nor any objection and uproar here to date.
The ancient Hanuman temple is located in Aliganj, Lucknow, this temple was built in 1783. It is said that Lord Hanuman ji resides here in real form and not only this, it is said that Hanuman ji had seen the mahant here during the construction work. Darshan was given and it is considered Siddha Peeth.
Talking about this temple, during the beautification of this temple, the moon was put on top, even today this moon is present on the top of the temple, in the name of Hanuman ji, where Bhandara is organized and it is said that it was started by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah and his wife. Did it.
There is a 200-year-old temple of Lord Jagannath in Lucknow. This temple is also very special, on whose dome the moon was installed, which is still present. The history of the temple is very interesting. Where the temple is built, the whole area is famous as Sarai Sheikh. It is said that earlier a widow used to live here who returned from Orissa Puri Yatra, she had a great desire to go again, but due to old age, she could not go to Jagannathpuri, she considered Lord Jagannath as her favorite.
1 day Lord Jagannath appeared in the dream of a woman and told her that this is a Ramganga, there is a quadrilateral black-colored statue of him, remove it from there and install the idol in a temple for darshan. After this dream, the next day the widow went there. So in Ramganga, a black idol of Lord Vishnu was found, from which this temple was established even today the temple exists and it is said about this temple that the moon was built on this temple, which was planted by the Nawabs...