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Somnath Temple Live Darshan



Somnath is a magnificent temple situated on the coast of Saurashtra in the state of Gujarat. The first of the 12 holy Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is in Somnath. Somnath is also mentioned in Rigveda. The temple of Somnath has stood in the way of many destructive foreign invaders, who are greedy to plunder and change the fame of the temple. Whenever there have been attempts to destroy it, the temple has been rebuilt.

  
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History of Somnath

The first temple of Somnath came into existence 2000 years ago in the Middle Ages. Is. In the year 649, Raja Maitraka, the ruler of Vallabh dynasty, renovated the first temple and built another temple in its place. This time is from 847 to 767. According to an inscription of Parmar, a temple was built here by Bhoja Parmar of Malwa. The temple was 13 storeys high and the gates of the temple were studded with diamonds. There were 16 golden urns on it. With its flag held high, the sailors sailed them towards the temple of Somnath. Is. With the fall of the Vallabhi kingdom in 755, Somnath fell to Arab invaders. Junaid, the Arab ruler of Sindh, attacked the temple with his army and destroyed it. The Pratihara king Nag Bhatt II built the temple for the third time in 815 using red stone (sand stone).

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In the year 102, Muhammad (K. Mahmud) Ghaznavi demolished the strong fort of Prabhas after 8 days of bloody fighting with the Hindus. King Bhimdev was defeated first. 50,000 Hindus were massacred. When he started breaking the idol of Mahadevji, which was five yards high and two yards wide, Shiva devotee Bhudev offered him five crore rupees at that time. But he said: I enjoy breaking idols more than taking money! And finally Somnath was looted and burnt and destroyed. Shivling got broken into pieces. Not only this, he took the pieces of the Shivling back with him to Ghazni and buried them there under the steps of the entrance of a mosque so that Muslims could always enter the mosque with [derogatory] feet on them. Mahmud was followed by King Paramdev within a month.

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The fourth temple was built by the Parmara king Bhoj of Malwa and the Solanki king Bhimdev of Anhilwad Patan in 1026–1042. As it was dilapidated, Emperor Kumarapala rebuilt this temple in the year 115 and revived the glory of the temple and the era of Jahajali. 120 years later, in 1299, when the Delhi Sultanate captured Gujarat, Ulugh Khan, the general of Alauddin Khilji, was exiled and taken to Delhi in a carriage. Somnath was destroyed. The abundance of Somnath before this destruction in the eleventh century mentions that the local kings offered 10,000 villages for the maintenance of the temple. At this holy place, gold bells were hung on chains weighing 200 manas, through which the time of Shiva worship was declared. This temple stood on 3 huge teak pillars. Hundreds of dancers danced to please Lord Shiva. Pillar by pillar filled the names, histories and treasures of the rulers of Hindustan. Here worship is done with the water of Gangaji. In the basement were treasures of gems and gold. But the idol is gone, looted. Then again the temple became desolate. After that Raynavghan IV only revered Linga and King Mahipala Deva renovated the entire temple between 1308 and 1325. In 1348, Raja Raikhengar IV expelled a Muslim ruler of Somnath. But only 70 years later, in the year 1394-95, Muzaffar Khan II, the staunch Sultan of Gujarat, destroyed it again with a statue. A mosque was built in the temple. Maulvis and Qazis were kept. Somnath was once again corrupt. Within a few years, new statues were erected. In the year 1414, Ahmad Shah, the founder of Ahmedabad, removed the first idol and destroyed Somnath. Then in the year 1451, Romandlik raised the Muslim station and re-established the temple. But, in the 15th century, Muhammad Bagdo (1459 to 1511) came to power. He converted the temple into a mosque. Is. In 1560, during the reign of Akbar, the temple was taken back and restored by the Hindus. The period of peace then lasted for 200 years. After that Aurangzeb and Sheikh of Mangrol desecrated the temple. In 1706, the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb ordered the destruction of the temple and demolished it again. The last restoration of the temple was done by Queen Ahilyabai in 1787 before India became independent.

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Reconstruction in Independent India

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Iron Man of India and the first Deputy Prime Minister, took a pledge to rebuild the temple on November 13, 1947. Today's Somnath temple was built on its original site for the seventh time. On May 11, 1951, when the temple was inaugurated, the first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad while inaugurating the Jyotirlinga said, "This temple of Somnath symbolizes the victory of construction over destruction." Mahadevji was awarded with 101 guns. The Navy fired cannons from the sea. Hundreds of Brahmins made a name for themselves by chanting the Vedas. The temple has been constructed under the Shree Somnath Trust and this trust now oversees the temple. Sardar Patel was the first chairman of the trust and former Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel also held the post.

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