Arthuna sanctuary Of Banswara

Rajasthani Tadka
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Arthuna sanctuary :

Arthuna sanctuary. An engraving of the Paramara sovereign Chamundaraja records that he assembled a sanctuary of Shiva called Mandala out of appreciation for his dad in A.D. 1079. … Another sanctuary at the site is of the Chaunsatha Yoginis. Galiakot and Banswara are the two adjacent religious spots for the Bohras.

An engraving of the Paramara sovereign Chamundaraja records that he constructed a sanctuary of Shiva called Mandela to pay tribute to his dad in A.D. 1079. Another engraving of A.D. 1080 notices that his officer’s child named Anantapala additionally established a sanctuary of Shiva. In a gathering of sanctuaries known as Hanumangarhi is found Nilakantha Mahadeva sanctuary, other than different sanctums and a ventured Kunda. There are three Shiva sanctuaries. The spot was related to the Lakulisa organization of Saivism. The sanctuaries of Hanuman and Vishnu additionally have a place with the early period. Bhushan fabricated a Jaina sanctuary in A.D. 1190. Another sanctuary at the site is of the Chaunsatha Yoginis. Galiakot and Banswara are the two adjacent religious spots for the Bohras. The closest huge town is Partapur.

 

History :

The old name of the spot was Utthunaka. It was the capital of Paramara leaders of Vagada amid the eleventh-twelfth hundreds of years A.D. They disparaged both Jainism and Saivism at the same time, so they developed various Shiva sanctuaries.

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