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Places to Visit in Ganagapur

BHIMA AMARAJA SANGAM :

This is the first place from where we start our ashtateertha snan. This place is also called sangamA and it is as sacred as prayag where river Ganga and Yamuna meets. Sangam is formed by two rivers BHEEMA and AMARAJAwhich will be flowing throughout the year. In mythology (skaandapurana and jaalandhara purana) they give a brief instance about this amaraja river. In gurucharithra also we can find the instances. During war between asuras and devathas, devathas were defeated by asuras. Jalandhara Rakshas was on war. Indra went to Lord Shiva and said “we are killing Rakshasaas, but from each drop of their blood, new Rakshasaas are born and they have spread in three lokas. They have killed many Gods”. By hearing this Lord Shiva started to kill the Rakshasaas in the form of Rudra. Indra said you will kill the Rakshasaas, but please suggest any device to make the Gods alive. Then Lord Shiva recited Amritha mantra and gave a jar filled with nectar. Indra sprinkled the Amrutha on the Gods and made them alive.

AUDUMBARA VRIKSHA (FIG TREE):After having bath in Sangam. Take a mug/pot/bottle of Sangam water and offer at the root of famous Audumbar tree. Do pradakshina with a minimum of 11/21/108 rounds to the tree by chanting Datta nama'DIGAMBARA DIGAMBARA SHREE PAADA VALLABHA DIGAMBARA". 
According to Hindu mythology this tree is connected to Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu took Narasimha avatar to kill Hiranya kashyap. Lord Vishnu killed Hiranyakashyap by tearing his stomach. The poison in Hiranya kashyap stomach caused severe burning to lord Vishnu's hands/ nails. At that time Goddess Lakshmi used fruits and leaves of oudumbar tree as medicines to treat Lord Vishnu. With this medicine the burning sensation for Lord Vishnu’s hands decreased. Lord Vishnu was pleased and blessed the oudumbar tree that He and Goddess Lakhmi will reside in that tree.

SANGAMESHWARA TEMPLE:This shivling is called as SANGAMESHWAR situated at the banks of Bhima-Amaraja river. In front of this Sangameshwar Idol of Nandi has been installed. This Shivalinga is like Mallikarjuna of Srisailam. Bow to Nandi and Chandi and have 3 rounds like round from Nandi to Chandi and Chandi to Nandi back and have darshan of Lord Shankara.  Praying to Sangameshwara with pradakshina as mentioned above is said to fulfill all our wishes.
Near to sangameshwara temple is auspicious peepal tree. In gurucharithra as well as in mythology peepal tree has been given great respect. It is said trimurthis (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva stays in this tree) as well as other deities in the branches of this tree. Praying and performing pooja to peepal tree would fulfill all our wishes and would give moksha. In guru charithra there is an instance that, a 60 year old lady with no children prayed to Sri guru to bless her with children. Then sri guru asked her to perform pooja to people tree and pray for children. With the blessings of Sri Guru and her prayers to peepal tree, she was blessed with two children.

ASH HILL (PARASHURAMA GUDDA or BHASMADA GUDDA):

One more interesting place to visit is ASH HILL, also called as PARUSHARAMA GUDDA/ BHASMADA GUDDA.

Lord Parashurama performed penance at this place.It is said that Parashurama had performed number of yagnas in this place. Due to yagnas ash hill is formed here. This ash is considered to be very auspicious and propitious. Devotees visit this place and carry ash with them.


SHRI VALLABHAT N PUJARI
(Main Priest of Gangapur Datta Temple)
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HOW TO REACH GANAGAPUR

Sri Kshetra Gangapur is one of the most famous Dattatreya Peethas. It stands on the bank of the river Bhima in Afzalpur taluk in Gulbarga district of Karnataka.

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