Unique places that will make us believe in God.
We are always sceptical about God‘s existence. This is a debate that has divided people’s opinion. But a majority of people believe in God as a power that can’t be seen. The human figures come much later. In addition, mythologies have always attracted people’s attention. Because it is not only about religion but also a cultural affair. Indian mythologies like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vedas, Puranas etc are popular. As a result, there are places in India that have strong evidence for God’s existence.
The places which talk about God’s existence.
City of Dwarka
First of all, the city of Dwarka is always mysterious. Based on the mythological tales, this was the Hindu god, Lord Krishna’s city. The city got submerged under water. Although this city is mythical, yet MAI (Marine Archaeological Unit) have found traces of this city. Also, the description of the city in the ancient scriptures is similar to the traces discovered by MAI. These discoveries have changed doubts regarding the existence of Dwarka
Jwala Devi Temple
Jwala Devi Temple is located in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. While this temple has no idol but a blue flame that constantly keeps on burning. Since it is a temple, the flames are the sacred deity. People worship the flames. According to myths, the flames are actually the fiery tongue of Sati. Sati was married to Lord Shiva but her father insulted him. Angered by the insult, she burnt herself. Lord Shiva became furious. He got mad with sadness and carried her burnt body for years. As a result, her body parts fell on various places. These places became sacred spots for worship. Seems like her tongue fell in this particular place and turned into flames. Moreover, the flames are also mysterious. Scientists have tried much research to understand about the constant burning but failed to reveal any answers.
Nidhivan is a temple in Vrindavan, UP. This is a temple for Lord Krishna. First of all, the temple is popular for its divine mystery. According to legends, this temple is a visiting ground for Lord Krishna and Radha at night. So the belief was that Krishna performs “Raas Leela” (passionate dance) with Radha and other females (Gopis). Also, people staying nearby has claimed about hearing music and other sounds at night. Another shocking fact is that the ones who try to stay in this place at night has either turned blind or gone mad. Although land at the temple is really dry yet the trees remain green all throughout the year.
This cave is in Kashmir. It is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees. Because it has an object called “lingam”. According to Hindu beliefs, this object is actually Lord Shiva’s reproductive organ. The “lingam” is a concrete rock-like substance. In Amarnath, the “lingam” is naturally made of ice. Another reason for its divine nature is that Lord Shiva choose this cave to talk about the secret of immortality to his wife, Goddess Parvati. Furthermore, the “lingam” grows and shrinks according to the lunar cycle.