Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and love is in the air. Couples everywhere are making promises to stay together through thick and thin. However, sometimes circumstances arise that make fulfilling these promises a bit challenging. It is said that there are many temples where couples’ wishes come true.
Lagniya Hanuman Temple
Located in Ahmedabad, the Lagniya Hanuman Temple is quite renowned among couples. Every year, many couples with the desire to tie the knot visit this temple with hopes of fulfilling their wedding wishes. Here, in front of Lord Hanuman, the couples take a vow to stay together for a lifetime, and their wishes are believed to be granted.
Shangchul Mahadev Temple
Situated approximately 58 kilometers away from the Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh, the Shangchul Mahadev Temple holds a significant place for couples. In this village, couples are taken care of with great attention. On Valentine’s Day, a large crowd of couples can be seen visiting the Shangchul Mahadev Temple for blessings. It is considered a sin to disturb couples in this temple.
Ishqiya Gajanana Temple
The Ishqiya Gajanana Temple, located in the park of Jodhpur city, is very popular among locals. Also known as the Guru Ganpati Temple, many couples come here with the desire to get married, and Lord Ganesha fulfills their wishes. Hence, this temple is also called Ishqiya Gajanana, meaning the one who fulfills love.
Mata Mukdi Mawali Temple
The Mata Mukdi Mawali Temple in the Chhindwara district of Chhattisgarh is quite famous. Many couples facing issues in their relationships visit this temple with a piece of cloth and a picture of their beloved. It is believed that by performing rituals here, the mother goddess becomes pleased and fulfills their wishes.
In Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh, lies the Kheramata Temple, where wishes are believed to come true. While many things are famous about this temple, it holds special significance among those in love. Couples visit here to worship and tie coconuts on the banyan tree in the temple premises as part of their vow. When their wishes are fulfilled, they break the coconuts as a symbol of gratitude.
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