Welcome to our Festival Temple on Rakhi!
Are you ready to immerse yourself in the divine aura and experience the presence of Lord Vishnu’s avatar? Look no further than our Festival Temple, which opens its doors exclusively on the auspicious occasion of Rakhi.
Rakhi is a festival that celebrates the bond between siblings, and what better way to commemorate this special day than by paying homage to Lord Vishnu? Our Festival Temple is a place where you can seek the blessings of the deity and feel his divine energy.
A Divine Experience Like No Other
As you step into our Festival Temple, you will be greeted by the enchanting aroma of incense and the melodious chants of Vedic hymns. The serene atmosphere will instantly transport you to a realm of tranquility and spirituality.
Our Festival Temple is adorned with beautiful decorations and intricate carvings that depict the life and teachings of Lord Vishnu. Each corner of the temple is thoughtfully designed to create a mesmerizing ambiance that resonates with the divine presence.
Some temples are located in remote areas. It takes a lot of effort to reach them. One such temple is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The uniqueness of this Bansi Narayan temple is that the temple remains closed throughout the year. The temple doors are opened only on the day of Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi). This temple is very unique. Locals believe that Lord Vishnu appeared here for the first time after being freed from Vamana avatara.
Seek Blessings from Lord Vishnu’s Avatar
The highlight of our Festival Temple is the idol of Lord Vishnu’s avatar, which is placed at the center of the sanctum. This magnificent idol radiates a powerful energy that can be felt by all those who visit. It is said that seeking the blessings of Lord Vishnu’s avatar on Rakhi can bring peace, prosperity, and protection to your life.
When you stand before the idol with folded hands, you can experience a deep sense of connection and devotion. The divine energy that permeates the temple will envelop you, filling your heart with love and gratitude.
Reaching this temple is not that easy
The special feature of this Balsh Narayana temple is that the temple remains closed throughout the year. The temple doors are opened only on the day of Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi). This temple is very unique. Locals believe that Lord Vishnu appeared here for the first time after being freed from Vamana avatara.
Located in the Durgama valley in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, this temple is known as Banshinarayana or Vamshinarayana temple. Reaching this temple is not that easy. One has to walk about 12 kms. Many people reach this temple while trekking. This temple attracts a lot of tourists. The Bansi Narayan temple houses idols of Vishnu, Shiva and Ganesha.
The doors of this temple are opened only on the day of Raksha Bandhan. Locals offer special prayers in this temple on Raksha Bandhan. Sisters come here before the time of tying Rakhi to their brothers. As for the Sthala Purana related to this temple, it is said that Lord Vishnu first appeared here after being freed from his Vamana incarnation. There is also a cave near this temple. Devotees offer gifts here. On the day of Raksha Bandhan, the locals add butter to the Prasadam and offer it to God as an offering.
Immerse Yourself in Rituals and Celebrations
At our Festival Temple, we believe in providing a holistic experience to our visitors. Apart from seeking blessings from Lord Vishnu’s avatar, you can also take part in various rituals and festivities.
From sacred fire rituals to traditional dances and music performances, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The vibrant colors, lively music, and joyful atmosphere will make your visit truly memorable.
So, mark your calendars and join us at our Festival Temple on Rakhi. Experience the divine presence, seek blessings from Lord Vishnu’s avatar, and immerse yourself in a day of spirituality and celebration.