Unique temple! The worship of 'Bhainsa Ji is done for centuries, Muslims also ask for vows along with Hindus

Unique temple! The worship of 'Bhainsa Ji is done for centuries, Muslims also ask for vows along with Hindus

A unique Maisheshwar temple has surfaced in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh. A statue of the 'Bhainsa' ji' is installed here along with Lord Shiva, Ganesh, and Hanuman. Local people say that worshiping 'Bhainsa ji' established in this ancient temple fulfills all your beliefs. The special thing is that when the recognition is fulfilled, people make a buffalo statue on the temple premises. Due to this hundreds of buffaloes are seen as far as the temple premises are seen. People became more confident after the resident Gupta family benefited. The temple complex was built by Triloki and Laxman.

Resident Rakesh Patwa says that it was heard from the ancestors that a demon, the demon, was leaving Jaipur Gram Panchayat, which led to the fight between Maishewar Baba. Through the pond adjacent to the gram panchayat, the demon was dropped from the gram panchayat. In this, all the fish in the pond died, but there was no harm to the gram panchayat. At the same time, the elderly say that buffalo and bulls were never used in the village. Not especially in the fields.

Unnao temple
On completion of the recognition, people make a buffalo statue on the temple premises.

Hundreds of buffalo statues made
A large part of Jaipur belongs to the Muslim community. At the same time, Rakesh Prajapati does the work of maintaining the temple premises. Along with this, Yuva Mandali Jaitipur worked to improve the temple premises by doing drinking water resources, and cleanliness. From time to time, programs are held. Hundreds of buffalo idols in this temple complex are proof that those who pray in this temple are fulfilled.

Hindus or Muslims became the center of faith
On completion of the prayer, people make idols of buffaloes in this temple complex. This temple is the center of faith in both Hindu or Muslim societies. The fair is organized every year in this temple. Tableau is organized on the temple premises.