Pandit Kaushik Vijay Akolkar – Pandit In Trimbakeshwar
Pandit Kaushik Vijay Akolkar live in trimbakeshwar. Trimbakeshwar is 10th Swayambhu Jyotirlinga among the 12 Jyotirlinga. Trimbakeshwar is more important holy place in India due to extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is its three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra. We Provide Kalsarp puja, Tripindi Shraddha, Narayan Nagbali, Nakshatra Shanti, Rudrabhishek, Laghurudra & other vidhis. Pandit Kaushik Vijay Akolkaris best pandit in Trimbakeshwar. Trimbakeshwar This is an ancient Hindu temple in the city of Trimbak, it is 28 km away from Nashik city of Maharashtra state in India.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and one of Shiva’s twelve Jyotirlinga. This site is also known from the origin of Godavari river which is the longest river in Peninsular India. Godavari river is considered sacred in Hindu religion. The sea which is near the Rajmahindru, which comes out of the Brahmagiri Mountains. Tirthraj Kushavtar is considered to be the symbolic origin of the river Godavari and is sacred to Hindus in the form of a holy bathing place.
Tirambakeshwar is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva In 1955-1768, Shri. On this occasion, Nanasaheb Peshwezi constructed the Trimbakeshwar temple in Hemad Panthhi style.
our main services are :
- pandit in trimbakeshwar
- kaal sarp dosh puja in trimbakeshwar
217 feet from the south-north. This temple is east-facing and is surrounded by the strong walls of stone with four arms. Five golden kalas on the highest peak of the temple. And there is a saffron flag made from Panchadoot. As you enter the temple, you hear the mantra reading being done by the Wipro. This atmosphere is very religious and fun. Shiva ji is the body of the temple in the womb of the temple. There is a thumb-shaped three bulge in the middle of that body.
They are known as Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Out of them, the water of the Ganges remains continuously from the rise of Mahesh. Peshwa Ji gifted the gold jewel crown to the temple That crown can be seen every Monday in the trust office of the temple. Near the temple is Lord Shiva’s Panchamma mask. He is taken in the palanquin on every Monday and on Mahashivaratri day and taken to a Kushavarta pilgrimage bath. And after that the mask is placed on top of Shivaji’s body with great respect.