Jhulelal Mandir Nadiad
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Ishta Dev of Sindhi People
|Abode||Sea & River Sindhu|
|Mantra||Om Vam Varunaya Namah|
|Mount||Fish & Horse|
Jhulelal Mandir is a temple situated in Nadiad, in the Indian state of Gujarat. Lord Jhulelal is also known as Varun Deva, who is king of water.
Jhulelal's abode is the ocean and Sindhu River. His weapon is a sword. He rides a fish and a horse.
This temple was build in 1968, a incident happened that time then the temple was built. Once a person saw that water was coming out from that place but there was no source of water created it was natural, as Lord Jhulelal is god of water people beleived that it was Lord Jhulelal's ashirwad to them and they should build a temple there so, that every people gets benefit or ashirwad of god.
Nadiad's Jhulelal Temple is also famous for its Behrana Saheb many people call them to do behrana saheb from cities like jaipur, Vijayvada, Nasik, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, etc.It is very popular people enjoy it very much.
Shri Ram Dhun
In Nadiad city there also main famous temple Santram Mandir were 24/7 Shri Ram Dhun is continued and Jhulelal Mandir Nadiad also get special prefernce that on every 27th of month it is given to Jhulelal Mandir Nadiad so, honourable member of temple go and sung Ram Dhun.
We also sung beautifull songs of God in Sindhi
Other sources to know the temple
Nowadays people are more on online so, Jhulelal mandir also supports online and we have made a page on facebook, Instagram so, that people are more engaged with relegious and with temple.
1. Facebook :- Jhulelal Mandir Nadiad is page u can search it on facebook and please like it and you will get new new thoughts every day.
2. Instagram :- Same like facebook we have made a page on instagram also that is @jhulelalmandirnadiad.
3. Google Maps :- You can search Jhulelal Mandir Nadiad On Google Maps alos and you will get proper location were temple is.
4. Website :- Our website is under construction soon you get many facilities and new stufs through our website.
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