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Mehandipur Balaji Mandir Pilgrimage Site

The Mehandipur Balaji Mandir मेहंदीपुर बालाजी मंदिर located in the Indian state of Rajasthan is a mandir dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. The name Balaji is applied to Sri Hanuman in several parts of India because the childhood form of the Lord is especially celebrated in those parts. Adherents believe that the deity in the Mehandipur temple has divine powers to cure any person possessed by evil spirits. It is also believed that Shri Bala Ji Maharaj saves His devotees from unfavorable grahadashas .

Lord Balaji Maharaj
Thousands of devotees of Lord Shri Balaji comes every day to Mehandipur Balaji to pay homage. It is the belief that lord Shri Balaji not only cure the “sankat” but also provide “riddi and Siddi”.

As the legend goes, around 1000 years ago the images of lord Shri Balaji, Shri Pretraj Sarkar and Shri Bhairav dev appeared in the valley of the hills of Arawali range. 
The appearance of Lord Shri Balaji in Arawali hills is chamatkar of this saga. Shri Ganesh Puri ji Maharaj was 11th Mahant of this temple. Earlier this area was thick and dense forest, full of wild animals. The ancestor of Shri Mahantji saw the lila of Shri Balaji in dreams indicating three divine deity and magnificent temple. He also heared divine voice ordering “get up and be prepared for my duty”. But he was unable to see any one. Ultimately Lord Shri Balaji appeared before him and Pretraj Sarkarordered ”Take duty of serving me”.

The ancestor of Shri Mahantji started puja and arti regularly. In early days of puja some miscreants tried to dig out the deity but they could not reach the bottom of the statue as it is the part of the hill “ Kanak Bhoodharakar Shareera”. There is small pot in feet of deity . The water in this pot never dries due to continuous flow of water from left side of chest of statue of lord Shri Balaji .

Shri Bhairovji Maharaj

On reaching Mehandipur Balaji the people come to know how malignant/ evil sprit and black magic cast their spell and how the sankatwalas get relief/cured from sprits and ills.
The disciples are advised not to be fooled by sants and fakirs but contact pujariji in his office.


Jai Hanuman Mehandipur Balaji temple as a Tantra Temple

Sri Mehandipur Balaji Temple is in Dausa, Rajasthan. Basically Shri Mehendipur Balaji Temple is Lord Hanuman Ji's Temple. Long ago the image of Lord Balaji and that of Pret Raja (the king of spirits) appeared from the Arawali hills. Now people suffering from malignant spirits and black magic or spell get their relief when they make an appeal for relief to Shri Bhairav ji and Shri Pret Raj Sarkar who holds his court and awards punishment to the malignant spirits, ghosts, goblins, ghouls, evil eyed witches, etc. Shrine of Balaji, Court of Pret Raja, Pooja griha, Bhairav ji temple and Ram Darbar are some of the spots worth seeing here.

Religious ritualistic performances; charity; feeding the poor, homeless and incapacitated people; water supply for all; and fodder for cows and stray animals are the activities of this temple.

Balaji temple at Mehandipur in Rajasthan is a very powerful place. It is believed that the deity in this temple has divine power to cure a person possessed with evil spirit. Hundreds of 'Sankatwalas', as the possessed people are referred to in local lingo, throng to the temple everyday to offer prayers and have 'darshan'. The temple has also become a home and the last respite for the victims. The 'Mahant' of the temple, Shri Kishor Puri Ji, prescribes the treatment. It can include reading holy texts, following a strict vegetarian and simple diet, and even afflicting physical pain to one's body.

One can witness people going through physical therapies like keeping heavy stones on their body, on arms, legs and chest, to ease their pain. There are others who inhale the smoke that fumes out of the sweet Patasas kept on smoldering cowpats. The ones with serious cases of spirit possession, who tend to get violent, are even shackled in chains within the temple premises.

Thousands of people are believed to have been cured in this way. Festival times (Holi, Hanuman Jayanti and Dusshera, etc.) are regarded as the most auspicious time to emancipate from the evil spirit.


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