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                                                          LORD DUDHESHWARNATH MAHATAMYA                                   Hindi Version

Lord Shiva is the conglomeration of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, the three main presiding deities unified in one absolute Form.

Also revered as the supreme God in which the word ‘GOD’ stands fir ‘G’ – Generator , ‘O’- Operator; D-destructor; The unification of the three deities symbolizes the whole universe and hence lord  Shiva is worshipped mainly in the form of ‘ShivaLinga’  personifying the entire universe Since He is the One and Only Supreme and Absolute commander of the entire Universe.

Scientists from NASA (U.S.A.) have taken many a photograph of the Earth and it has been proved beyond doubts that   the universe is in the form of a ‘Linga’ when photographed from space or Satellite.
The word ‘Shiva’ means ‘Auspicious of all Auspicious and also Auspicious even in Inauspicious’  (eaxy esa eaxy ,oa veaxy esa Hkh eaxy) since he is the presiding Deity in the crematorium where the impure body travels for its final Journey and here the body gets purified by His Grace and attains Salvation.

Lord shiva has been worshipped from time immemoriaLord shiva has been worshipped from time immemorial and temples dedicated to the Lord can be found in each and every corners of India, right from Kashmir, Amarnath, kailasha Tibet in the extreme North to the tapering ends of Rameshwaram and Kanya Kumari in South India and numerous Temples of Lord Shiva still exists in other parts of the world like Nepal, Pakistan, SriLanka, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Java, Sumatra etc.

Lord Shiva is the Supereme Form of the Trinity in oneness. The functions and aspects of Lord Shiva are so vast & intertwined that it is virtually impossible to represent and know them in one form.
The word ‘Linga’ can be defined as


That entity in which the whole creation merges at the time of cosmic dissolution and out of which it reappears at the time of fresh creation is called the Lingam. This and many other definitions, given in the Scriptures absolute, total Brahma, This is the reason why we have Shiva Lingas, Jyotir Lingas (Light), Brahm Lingas, Gagan (Sky) Lingas, Vayu (Air) Lingas, Bodh (Knowledge) Lingas, Jwala (Fire) Lingas etc. etc.

Absolute Brahm is being worshipped in the Lingas From in India from time immemorial. In India people venerate and worship twelve Self Effulgent Lingas popularly known as Dwadasha Jyotir Lingas. They are accordingly to the Shiv Purana as follows:-ar), Bhimashanker (Dakinipooba-Maharashtra), Sethu Bandh – (Rameshwaram-Tamil Nadu), Nageshwar – (Dwaraka-Gujrat), Vishwanath- (Kashi–Uttarpradesh), Triambakeshwar (Maharashtra), Kedarnath (Himalayas-Uttarakhand), Gushneshwar (Aurangabad-Maharashtra).

Shiva is the most popular Hindu God. He has been worshipped from the immemorial. Temples of Lord Shiva are found in all parts of India, right from extreme north in Kashmir, Ananat and Kailas in Tibet to the South in Kanya Kumari and Rameshvaram. Lord Shiva is the most popular member of the Trinity. He bestows numorous boons upon his devotees. This is an intersting aspect. On the one hand, the crude job of destruction and on the other such magnanimity! Indians have known him as such- He inspires, cares for and pro­tects his devotees.

The functions and aspects of Lord Shiva are so nu­merous that it is virtually impossible to represent them in one form. We see Shiv-Lingas here and there, every­where not only in India but almost all over the world.

The word ‘Linga' can be divided into two main pho­netic parts:

That entity in which the whole creation merges at the time of dissolution and out of which it reappears at the time of fresh creation is called the Linga.

This and many other definitions given in the scrip­tures establish that ‘Linga' means the symbol of abso­lute, supreme Brahma. That is why we have Shiva Linga, Brahma Linga, Vaishnav Linga, Jyotir Linga (light), Gagan (sky) Linga, Bodh (Knowledge) Linga, Vayu (Air) Linga, Jwala (Fire) Linga, Janan Linga etc.

Absolute Brahma is being worshipped in the Linga form in India from time immemorial. In India people venerate twelve 'Self-Effulgent' Lingas. They are, ac­cording to Shiva Purana :

Somnath in Saurashtra, Mallikarjuna at Shri Shai-lam, (Andhra Pradesh), Mahakaleshwar (Ujjain), Mamleshwar Omkareshwar (Mandhatapur), Neemar (Madhya Pradesh), Vaidyanath (Bihar), Bhima Shankara (Dakini, Poona), Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu), Naganatha (Jamnagar), Vishwanath (Kashi), Tryambakeshwar (Nasik), Kedareshwar (Himalayas), Ghushmeshwar (Shivalaya-Maharashtra)

There are many Self-Effulgent Shiva Lingas other than these twelve Jyotirlingas in the country, like Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev in Ghaziabad, which is the Gateway to Uttar Pradesh.

Self Effulgent Hiranyagarbha Shri Dudheshwar Shivlinga is situated in the holy premises of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir (Temple). This historical Math Mandir is situated approximately 2 kms. from holy river Hindon. In Puranas there is clear description of a Self-Effulgent Shiva Linga near river Hindon. Harnandi, Hamad, Hirnada or Hindon is the daughter of Lord Brahma, the Creator. There is one and only one Self Effulgent Shivalinga near this holy river and that is Shri Dudheshwar Mahadev, as told. in Puranas. There is not any other Self-Effulgent ShivLinga near or far from the banks of Hindon. This proof establishes the historical and devotional value of the holy linga and the temple.

There is a village Bisrakh near Ghaziabad. Once upon a time there was a dense forest. Ravan's father a great sage Vishweshwarva was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. In Ravan's ancestral village Bisrakh nobody celebrates Dussehera or Ramleela. This village's name was Vishweshwarva Raksh to pay regard to Ravan's great father, after a long-long time now it is called Bisrakh.

In TRETA (the second of the four yugas according the Hindu mythology - The Silver age) before incarna­tion of Lord Rama, Kuber's father Pulastya resided in Bisrakh. Pulastya wished that Kuber should come time to time as early as possible to visit him, but Kuber had no time to do so.

Kuber was the best friend of Lord Shiva. Pulastya thought to use this friendship in favour of him. He thought, if Shiva could live with him then there was no reason that his friend would come to meet him (Shiva). To materlise his thought Pulastya started penance to please Lord Shiva, near the forest of Hindon.

Pleased with the penance of Pulastya kind hearted Lord Shiva appeared with Mata Parvati in front of him (Pulastya) and said- 'I am very happy with you. I live in Kashi and Kailash. You want me to stay here for ever. You should build second Kailash here in which I will stay for ever.

Lord Shiva gave opportunity to build second Kailash to Pulastya. According to religous belief Kailash is a great form of architecture. Before leaving the place Lord Shiva left a Jyotirlinga as a gift to Pulastya and to other human beings. Due to his great worship and penance Pulastya became Vishweshwarva, means like Lord Shiva.

Where Pulastya performed panance, where Lord Shiva appeared with Mata Parvati, where Shiva left Jyotirlinga as an identification mark, where Lord Shiva left great gift for all human beings - that place is Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Matth Mandir premises. Dudheshwar Jyotirlinga fulfills all the wishes of his devotees.

With the ever-changing time and annihilation Vishweshwarva's Kailash went into oblivion. A mound was made by nature over Shri Dudheshwar Jyotirlinga. People forgot this holy linga, but god is great and mi­raculous by nature. There were greengrass, small and big trees, plants on that mound which was made by na­ture. Ancient village Kaila was near this mound which is now known as Chotta Kaila and Kailashnagar. Kaila was named after great second Kailash.

In Kaliyug, the last of the four yugas, Self-Effulgent Hiranygarbha Sri Dudheshwar Jyotirlinga was manifested on Monday, the 3rd November 1454 A.D. i.e. Kartik Shukla, Vaikunthi Chaturdashi, Vikram Samvat 1511. Story of manifestation of this divine Jyotirlinga is very interest­ing.

Kaila's herdsmen grazed cows on the mound. They used the mound as natural meadows. There was a pond near this green mound, where cows used to drink water. When cows reached a particular point of the mound, milk began dribble automatically through their udders. This was very surprising but herdsmen never noticed.

When cows returned to their owners in the evening, many cows did not drip a single drop and many others drop a tiny quantity of milk. Villagers and landlords began to blame herdsmen for, but they were innocent in this matter. They vowed that they had not milked any cow ever.

Now shepherds were vigilant while they grazed on the mound. One day they noticed that milk was pouring on a particular spot from cow's udders. Herdsmen told the fact to villagers. Anxious villagers watched the next day and decided to dig the spot. On an auspicious day and moment astonished villagers prayed and started digging the spot. After digging hours villagers saw vine Shiva Linga and its Jalhari. Seeing this they began to dance and pray Shiva. Because cows poured milk on this Linga so people named this SHRI DUDHESHWAR LINGA. Later it got a new name SHRI DUDHESHWAR NATH MAHADEV.

Historical genuine of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir is authenticated and proved. 550 year ShriMahant tradition of this temple is known and this is the evidence of its historicity.

There is a historical fire sacrificial pit (Dhoona) in the temple premises, which is burning since 3rd November, 1454 till now. The sacred ash of this holy pit gives mental peace and boon of fulfillment of desire if it is put on as TILAK on forehead.

Renovation by Shivaji Maharaj

About three hundred fifty years ago in Aurangzeb era Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj came here with and had blessing of Dudheshwar Mahadev. The great Maratha Shivaji Maharaj took oath to renovate the temple. He used to do Havan (Sacrifice fire) here before going to fight with mughal soldiers. Shivaji built a sacrificial pit (Havan kund) in the premises of the temple which is now in modern form. Dudheshwar temple head Seer Shri Mahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj built Ved Vidya Peeth saround the historical Havan kund bt by Great Maratha Shivaji. In this Ved Vidya Peeth, Vidhyarthis (Pupil) get knowledge of our great Ved; These pupil came here from all over the country.

Shivaji Maharaj was very muchdevoted to Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Jyotirlinga so when he reached his native land Maharastra, he named a village DUDHESHWAR GRAM.

DUDHESHWAR

Lord Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev fulfills all desires of his devotees. They come empty handed and return with bags full. There are unaccountable devo­tees of this Jyotirlinga who got what they wished, If some body consecrate Shri Dudheshwar Linga regularly for forty days, his desire, his wish, his will is sure to be fulfilled. It is as true as the sunshines in the sky. All Dudheshwar devotees know this fact. This is the kindness of Lord Dudheshwar Mahadev Jyotirlinga. Milk Water, Bilvapatra, Bhang, Dhatura, Flowers etc. are goods to worship this divine Linga.

Lord Dudheshwar treats all devotees like his children and fulfills their wishes. Shri Dudheshwar listens His children's voice, their call, their cry and reacts instantly like kind mother who can not see her child in sorrow. Lakhs of people got everything from the door of Shri Dudheshwar. They were nothing but now they have name and fame everything.

'Shri Dugdheshwaray Namah Shivay' is the key Mantra, which can open all the doors of success.

There are SAMADHEES of Late Holy Saints in the premises who medifated Shri Dudheshwar Mahadev for long time. If some body consecrates the Samadhees with Divine Linga, he gets health, wealth and happy life forever.

Historical Shrimahant Tradition

Shri 1008 Srimahant Veni Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1511 to 1568
Shri 1008 Srimahant Sandhya Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1568 to 1600
Shri 1008 Srimahant Prem Giri Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1600 to 1649
Shri 1008 Srimahant Adheen Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1649 to 1680
Shri 1008 Srimahant Raj Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1680 to 1707
Shri 1008 Srimahant Dhani Giri Ji Maharaj 
Vikram Samvat 1707 to 1743
Shri 1008 Srimahant Daya Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1743 to 1785
Shri 1008 Srimahant Paltoo Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1785 to 1830
Shri 1008 Srimahant Somvaar Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1830 to 1874
Shri 1008 Srimahant Vasant Giri Ji Maharaj 
Vikram Samvat 1874 to 1915
Shri 1008 Srimahant Nihal Giri Ji Maharaj  
Vikram Samvat 1915 to 1965
Shri 1008 Srimahant Mangal Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1965 to 1977
Shri 1008 Srimahant Shiv Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 1977 to 1991
Shri 1008 Srimahant Gauri Giri Ji Maharaj  
Vikram Samvat 1991 to 2038
Shri 1008 Srimahant Ram Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat 2034 to 2044
Shri 1008 Srimahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj
Vikram Samvat From 2043 -

Devotees can please Lord Dudheshwar by consecrate for fourty days, by Shivratri vrat (Fast), by sixteen monday vrat, daily worship in holy Shravan Month, by Rudrabhishek, and by Mahamrutyanjaya ritual. But the people who have any doubt on Lord Dudheshwar's Kind­ness got nothing from this door.

Shri Dudheshwar and his cult is mainly responsible for a healthy syncretic religious climate in Ghaziabad. Management of the temple has been executed by the fully dedicated worshippers of Lord Dudheshwar.

Big crowds throng the temple on special days of fes­tivals. Shivratri (night of the marriage of Shiva with Parvati) as most important of them when worshippers from all over western Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Haryana throng to have a holy glimpse of Divine Dudheshwar Jyotirlinga.

Special rush of pilgrims is noted on Mondays in the month of Shravana.

GURU'S TRADITION

Lord Shri Naryana, Brahmaji, Maharishi Shakti, Brahmarshi Vashishtha, Mahrishi Parashar, Bhagwan Ved Vyas, Shukdevji, Gaudpadacharya, Govindacharya, Adi Shankaracharya, Trotkacharya, Anandgiri are in the Guru Tradition of Shri Panch Dasman Joona Akhara. Guru of Joona Akhara is Lord Duttatreya Ji. Shri Mahant Tradition of' Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir is uncomparable and graceful.

GREAT SAGES

Besides above Shrimahants many great sages/saints who have acquired supernatural powers were the traditional of this highly spritual math. Life of these great saints was fully devoted to Shri Dudheshwar Mahadev and for the welfare of mankind. Saint Garib Giri Ji Maharaj, Shri Elaichi Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Aitwaar Giri Ji Maharaj, Shri Naryan Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Kailash Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Daulat Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Gujraan Giri Ji Maharaj and Baba Nityanand Giri Ji Maharaj are some of them who lived here.

SAMADHEES

There are twenty-five Samadhis in the temple premises of which tenare of great saints and fifteen of Shrimahants. Worshiping these Samadhis give wonder­ful results. They who worship Baba Eleaichi Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Garib Giri Ji Maharaj, Baba Gujran Giri Ji Maharaj, Shri Mahant Paltoo Giri Ji Maharaj and Baba Gujran Giri Ji Maharaj get Annapoorna Manokamna, health and wealth boon.

Present Peethadeeshware Shri Mahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj

Shri Dudheshwar Peethadheeshwar Shri Mahant Naryan Giri Ji Maharaj is an ideal, soft spoken, honest, simple, impartial, intellectual, sober, moderate, sensitive, virtuous, strictly truthful saint.

Rejuvenation of Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir (Temple) is the result of Shri Mahant's endeavour and will power. Many devotee's call Shrimahant `Nirman Purush', the constructor. He has god-gift personality to impress everybody. Devoted to universal good, Shrimahant is totally against the discrimination. This qual­ity makes him very much popular and adorable in all-caste & classes.

A large number of devotees regularly comes to meet Shrimahant to discuss their very personal problems because they believe that they will get their problem's solution. These devotees find in him, their brother, father, mother, guru, preacher and much more in Shrimahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj.

Shrimahant is very much respectful to relations. He thinks relations can make a man useful for society and without relations a mindful person can't do anything, any goodwork for his society, for his nation. To maintain relations Shrimahant attend each and every function in which he is invited.

In order to inculcate the ideals and values of Sanatan Dharma, Shri Maharaj Ji travelles far and wide to every noak and corners of entire worlds and he is vfery passionate about his travellings.. It is surprising to know that he has walked 27000 kilometers in his 'Padyatra' on foot after his intiation in the discipline of Sanyas Dharmai.

Shrimahant invites His Holiness Shankracharya Ji of all holy Maths, Mahamandleshwaras and other great saints to visit temple and to bless the religious people of Ghaziabad. Devotees are very thankful to Shrimahant for his goodness.

Shrimahant is very much active and energetic. He is disciplined and fulfills his duties enthusiastically. He believes in action and wants to see everybody in action. He hates laziness. His extraordinary personality impresses all. Shrimahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj is a self-respecting and great religious personality not only of Ghaziabad or of Western U.P. but of whole of the India.

Thise days work is in progress of renovation of the Garbh Griha (Sanctom Sanctorum) of Shri Dudheshwar Mandir. By the inspiration of Shrimahant Naryan Giri Ji Maharaj, a Charitable Trust is giving all financial assistance for this holy work. Pinnacle of naos (Ghaziabad) will rise upto 65 feet in height and a 12 feet Dhwaj Dand will be eracted on top. Built by engraved white marble it will be an unearthly, heavenly, divine monument and the credit goes to Shridudheshwar Peethadhishwar Shrimahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj who himself gives all the credit to Shri Dudheshwar Mahadev.

THAKUDWARA

There is a big hall, called Thakurdwara in which beautiful idols of Sri Lakshmi - Ganesha, Maa Annapoorna, Maa Baglamukhi, Aadi Shankaracharya, Lord Parshuram, Shrimhant Gauri Giri Ji Maharaj, Lord Satyanarayan, Gautam Rishi, Maa Durga, Sri Radha­Krishna, Shri Ram Sita-Lakshamn, Shri Hanuman, Maa Gayatri, Maa Kali, Shri Uma Maheshwar, Maa Saraswati, Santoshi Mata are blessing the devotees.

An old miraclulous well is also in this hall. The taste of its water changes time to time, sometime it is salty, sometime like milk and sometime sweet.

SHRINGAR DARSHAN (ORNAMENTATION)

On every Monday devotees ornament Divine Dudheshwar Linga, in which they use flowers, fruits, sweets and other many more items.

VED VIDYA PEETH

On the occasion of Sri Shankracharya Anniversary 2002 Srimahant Narayan Giri Ji Maharaj inaugurated the very first of its kind Ved Vidya Peeth. Fifty students from all over India live in twenty rooms in an­cient Gurukul like atmosphere. Srimahant is the Patron and founder of this Vidyapeeth. There are 800 all time great books of Sanskrit and Hindi in Vidhya-Peeth's library.

CELEBRATIONS

In Sri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Matth Mandir Sri Guru Poornima, Shrawan Shivratri, Sri Krishna Janmashtmi, Navratri, Annakoot, Goverdhan Pooja, Makar Sankranti, Vasant Panchmi, Maha Shivratri, Holi­Yajya, Shiv Barat, Nav Samvat, Ram Navmi, Hanuman Jainti, Sri Shankracharya Jainti, Valmiki Jainti, Sant Ravi Dass Jainti and many other festivals are celebrates with great pomp and galore.

On Maha Shivratri and Shravan Shivratri Lakhs of KANWARIAS bring Ganga Jal (Ganga Water) from Gaumukh and Haridwar to consecrate (Abhishek) Sri Dudheshwar Jyotirlinga.

SANT SANATAN KUMBHA

In memory of Late Srimahant Sri Gauri Giri Ji Maharaj, The Matth organise a very special and rich spiritual religious programme SANT SANATAN KUMBHA. Now this programme is established as Math Mandir's tradition. In this programme Sri Mahant invites great saints from all over the country and abroad to enlighten the path of Sri Dudheshwar devotees.

Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Mandir is a divine Siddha Peeth which means a holy place where devotees attains Self Realisation and Moksha without much hard work. People have experienced the wonders and miralcles of this Holy Place umpteens of Devotees have come empty handed and returnes with health wealth and prosperity. This shows that Lord Sri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev fulfil the wishes of all his devotees in no matter of time.

Srimahant Naryan Giri Ji Maharaj is honest and proficient controller of all the activities of Math Mandir. He spreads the name and fame of this historical Siddh Peeth all over India and in many foreign countries.

Sri Mahant is also working as Kandriya Mantri of Bharat Sadhu Samaj and President of Hindu Maha Sabha, Uttar Pradesh.

KNOW GOD - KNOW PEACE

JAI DUDHESHWAR NATH

Sri Mahant Gauri Giri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir Samiti
Gaushala Road, Ghaziabad

Branches :
Sri Hanuman Mandir
Chaupla Mandir, Aggrsen Bazar,
Ghaziabad (U.P.)

Sri Dudheshwar Ved Vidyalaya Sansthan Sri Dudheshwar Math
Ghaziabad (U.P.)

Sri Shiv Mandir
Farooq Nagar,
Distt. Ghaziabad (U.P.)

Sri Kripanand Ashram
Dhoom Manikpur,
Distt. Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P.)

Sri Jwala Giri Ashram
Madhav Chauk
Transport Nagar, Meerut (U.P.)

Sri Shiv Mandir Phase-I, Moti Bagh New Delhi
Sri Nityanand Ashram
Parikrmaa Marg, Sri Vrindavan Dham Distt. Mathura (U.P.)

Sri Dudheshwar Peethadheeshwar
Sri Mahant Naryan Giri
Kendriya Mantri, Bharat Sadhu Samaj

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E-mail : mahantnaryangiri@gmail.com
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