Temples in Raebareli
The famous city of Raebareli holds its own prominence amongst all the major cities of Uttar Pradesh. Beyond its historical and political importance its religious front needs a special mention too. People of Raebareli are true practitioners of their religious principles and hold their complete faith on their deities.
Hinduism is prevailing on this land from very ancient times. One can easily see the traces of Hindu practices that existed at this place through the temples that were built over 100 years from now. Most of these temples are built in old-styled architecture with an idol of one primary god or deity.
These temples glow with their own captivity. Plus, the caretakers of the temples, the pujaris or guru- parivars take strong efforts to conduct everyday pooja (Prayer) with their true dedication. Hinduism does not make it necessary to visit temples every day. However, people plan a visit occasionally during festivals or sometimes once in a week to pray. Mostly all Hindu homes have a pooja room or a separate place dedicated to their gods.
While your visit at Raebareli you can take a detour and plan to visit one of these temples, which are divine and blissful. Some of these temples are established in hinterland of Raebareli district while others are located in neighboring villages.
Balhesuran Mandir in Aihar Raebareli
Aihar is a small village panchayat in Dalmau Tehsil. It is in Aihar that the very famous Rail Coach Factory is established. The Balhesuran Mandir dedicated to Lord Shiva is centered here. This place is very sacred and revered by people from all over Raebareli. The temple’s walls are artistically carved and it demonstrates a unique architectural pattern that draws many devotees here.
Tridevi Mandir and Shiv Temple in Jogapur, Raebareli
The very tall and artistically designed Tridevi Mandir and Shiv Temple depicts stories of Indian mythology painted over its walls. This unique temple was constructed by the very famous Tridevi Family of Jogapur, Raebareli.
Durga Mandir in Shankerpur Raebareli
This very famous Durga Temple is dedicated to mightiest of all Goddesses in Hindu mythology, Goddess Durga. Devotees from all over Raebareli visit here to offer their homage to the Goddess during Navratri. These days the temple walls are adorned with lights and beautiful colors. The Goddess Durga is dressed with expensive ornaments and beautifully embellished sarees during all 9 days of Navratri.
Traytap Mochan Hanuman Temple in Raebareli
The Traytap Mochan Hanuman Temple is located in the city of Raebareli. This temple is dedicated to a very revered God of Hindu mythology i.e. Lord Hanuman. When going to this temple you can alternatively decide to pick some knick-knacks from very famous Noor Market of Raebareli city. Yet another old temple of Adbadeshwar Mahadev (Lord Shiva) is situated very close to Traytap Mochan Temple.
Satneshwar, Bhajneshwar and Sohleshwar Temples in Raebareli
Satneshwar, Bhajneshwar and Sohleshwar are three very old temples of Raebareli dedicated to Lord Shiva. The inside walls of these temples portray many stories and beliefs from ancient Hindu mythology.
The Bhajneshwar and Satneshwar Temples are located in Satanpur village of Lalganj Tehsil whereas Sohleshwar temple is near Palti pada village of Sareni Area in Raebareli District.
Mansa Devi Temple in Raebareli
Mansa Devi Temple is situated near Civil lines area. This temple is a holy adobe of Mansa Devi an incarnation of Shakti who fulfills all wishes of the devotees coming here.