Gathbandhan Puja

2,500.00

Gathbandhan (Nuptial Knot) at Baidyanath Dham, has a very special significance in terms of Hindu Matrimony, know why? Because it’s here and here alone that Shiva resides on the heart of Sati (being a Shatipeeth) this divine matrimony is worth experiencing, and symbolizes love Infinitum.

This divine Matrimony is symbolized within the temple complex by a Red Ribbon being tied atop Baba Baidyanath Temple connecting it to Maa Parvati (Shaktipeetha) Temple.

It is believed that by offering this Gathbandhan, a couple is blessed by Maa Parvati and Lord Shiva, just as Parents do, and are granted a unending and blissful married life. This ritual is for both, the Newly Wed as well as any Married Couple.

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Gathbandhan (Nuptial Knot) at Baidyanath Dham, has a very special significance in terms of Hindu Matrimony, know why? Because it’s here and here alone that Shiva resides on the heart of Sati (being a Shatipeeth) this divine matrimony is worth experiencing, and symbolizes love Infinitum.

This divine Matrimony is symbolized within the temple complex by a Red Ribbon being tied atop Baba Baidyanath Temple connecting it to Maa Parvati (Shaktipeetha) Temple.

It is believed that by offering this Gathbandhan, a couple is blessed by Maa Parvati and Lord Shiva, just as Parents do, and are granted a unending and blissful married life. This ritual is for both, the Newly Wed as well as any Married Couple.

Gathbandhan i.e. pact or coalition is meant to stand for the sacramental bond between the two individuals who are going to spend their entire life together with each other, symbolizing the bond of togetherness and harmony, also known as Gathbandhan.

According to Hindu culture, gathbandhan of bride and groom makes them one (physically, emotionally and mentally) and now they are called as one unit.

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The 22 (Twenty Two) Temples
Baba Baidyanath Mandir
Maa Parvati Mandir
Anand Bhairav Mandir
Brahma Mandir
Ganesh  Mandir
Hanuman Mandir
Kaal Bhairav Mandir
Lakshmi Narayan  Mandir
Maa Annapurna Mandir
Maa Bagla Mandir
Maa Ganga Mandir
Maa Gayatri Mandir
Maa Jagat Janani Mandir
Maa Kali Mandir
Maa Mansa Mandir
Maa Saraswati Mandir
Maa Tara Mandir
Maa Tripura Sundari Mandir
Narmadeshwar Mahadev Mandir
Neel Kanth Mahadev  Mandir
Ramchandra  Mandir
Surya Narayan Mandir

Baba Baidyanath Mandir houses the Baidyanath Jyotirlingam, and Maa Parvati Mandir is the Seat of Shakti Peetha.