Bhima used to grind grains from this mill in Mahabharata period, IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar shared the photo on Twitter – न्यूज़लीड India

Bhima used to grind grains from this mill in Mahabharata period, IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar shared the photo on Twitter

Bhima used to grind grains from this mill in Mahabharata period, IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar shared the photo on Twitter


Bhim Chakki near Jhand Hanuman Temple

Gujarat cadre IPS officer Vijay Singh Gurjar shared the pictures on his Twitter handle and wrote, ‘A chakki/bell has been kept near Jhand Hanuman temple near Bodeli in Chhota Udaipur district of Gujarat. There is a belief about this mill that during the Mahabharata period, Bhima used to grind grains from it.

  Who is IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar?

Who is IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar?

Please tell that IPS Vijay Singh Gurjar is the son of farmer Laxman Singh of Devipura village of Nawalgarh subdivision of Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. He is an IPS officer of Gujarat cadre of 2018 batch. Vijay Singh Gurjar is at present Commandant Serp Group-14, Valsad. Before becoming an IPS, Vijay Singh Gurjar used to be a constable in Delhi Police.

It is believed that the Pandavas built the Jhand Hanuman temple.

It is believed that the Pandavas built the Jhand Hanuman temple.

According to the Temple Travel Info website, the Jhand Hanuman Temple in Gujarat is near the Pavagadh hill, about 75 kilometers from Vadodara city and about six kilometers from Jambughoda village. It is believed that the Pandavas lived in the forests of Jambughoda during the Mahabharata period. He had built this Jhand Hanuman temple. There is an 18 feet statue of Hanumanji in the temple.

Jhand Hanuman temple is in Hedamba forest area

In this forest named Hedamba Van in the hilly area between Vadodara and Godhra, on the back side of the Jhand Hanuman temple, there are two huge round stones placed one above the other, which look like flour grinding mills. There is also a clue to put the orphan in between these stones. It is believed that Bhima used to grind grains with this mill.

  Places to visit near Jhand Hanuman Temple

Places to visit near Jhand Hanuman Temple

Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary

-tight dam
-Pavagadh Hill
-Pavagarh Mahakali Temple
Hathni Mata Temple Waterfall
-Baroda City
Wadhwana Lake Sukhi Dam
Jambughoda Eco Campsite
Dhaba Dungri Jain Temple
Vananchal: Jambughoda Jungle Resort

How to reach Jhand Hanuman Temple?

How to reach Jhand Hanuman Temple?

By Air : The nearest airport to Jhand Hanuman Temple is at Vadodara, about 77 kilometers away. Apart from this, 180 km away is the International Airport at Ahmedabad. After reaching here, further journey can be done by hired taxi.

By Rail: The nearest railway station to Jhand Hanuman Temple is Vadodara. Taxis and autos are easily available here to reach Hathni Mata Temple Waterfalls.

by the road : Jhand Hanuman Temple can also be reached by road. There are many public and private vehicles available for this. The roads are good till Jambughoda. The road ahead is not very good.



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