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About Pehowa


Pehowa, the ‘Pitrudhak Teerth’ of Haryana is glorious by the grace of God since its inception noble, endeavouring and progressive personalities have emerged here. It is the holiest place for these oblations to be done much before Prayag or Gaya as the local legend goes. Lord Krishna is believed to have taken the Pandavas to this place before the war started and made them take the blessings of Sarasawati Mata and of their ancestors. Due to its high religious power, Gau Seva is of utmost importance here.

One of the most sacred place among the "Hindus", the "Pehowa" lies at a distance of 27 kilometer from "Thanesar". The ancient town of Pehowa has a religious importance. The town of "Pehowa" was named after the famous King "Prithu". The historicity of the place coupled with its religious significance makes Pehowa one of the most sought after tourist destination.

Pehowa

Mythic History
This site was called 'Prithudaka' in the epics of Mahabharat named after the King Prithu who prayed for the salvation of his fathers soul here. Many "Hindus" flock to the holy land of "Pehowa" to worship their death ancestors and offer "Pind Daan" in order to release the soul of the deceased from the cycle of birth and re- birth. The town of "Pehowa" is blessed with a renowned and unique temple of "Lord Shiva" and his eldest son "Lord Kartikkya". This ancient temple of Lord Shiva is dedicated to a "five faced" beautiful statue of the "Supreme Being". The temple is thronged by the visitors who offer prayer to seek divine blessings of "God".

Why to Donate is important in Pehowa?


It’s a strong faith that Gau Daan or Gau Seva done in Pehowa reflects ten times more than any other place in the world only because of its place value.
For this, in the first instance a Gaushala was constructed by Swami Gyana Nand Ji Maharaj. The foundation of Gaushala was based on providing care and sheltering especially of cows.

Famous Places In Pehowa


Saraswati Temple main entrance - ancient archway Saraswati Temple main entrance - ancient archway
Fresco on the Sarasawti temple wall - Archaeological treasure Fresco on the Sarasawti temple wall - Archaeological treasure
Eroded Fresco on the Sarasawti temple wall - Archaeological treasure Eroded Fresco on the Sarasawti temple wall - Archaeological treasure
Kartikeya Temple Kartikeya Temple