Khatushyamji temple Khatu
About Khatushyamji temple
In Hinduism, KhatuShyam is a name and indication of Barbarik, Grandson of Bhima and Child of Ghatotkach. This sign is particularly well known in the Indian territory of Rajasthan and Haryana. The first Sanskrit name Barbarīka is regularly supplanted in Rajasthan by the Hindi adaptation, Barbarīk, frequently composed as Barbareek.
"The legend starts with the Mahābhārata. Barbarika assumed name 'KhatuShyam' false name Shyam Baba was child of Ghatotkacha and Mata Ahilawati. He was the fabulous child of Bhima (Second of the Pandava siblings). Indeed, even in his adolescence, Barbarika was an extremely overcome warrior. He learnt the specialty of fighting from his mom. God Shiva, satisfied with him, gave him the three faultless bolts (Teenager Baan). Thus, Barbarika came to be known by the moniker High schooler Baan Dhaari, the ""Carrier of Three Bolts"". Afterward, Agni (the divine force of Flame) gave him the bow that would make him triumphant in the three universes.
At the point when Barbarika became acquainted with that fight between the Pandavas and the Kauravas had turned out to be unavoidable, he needed to witness what was to be the Mahābhārata War. He guaranteed his mom that in the event that he wanted to partake in the fight, he would join the side which would lose. He rode to the field on his Blue Steed outfitted with his three bolts and bow."
In the event that you are originating from Delhi, best course is by means of NH8, you can allude to the guide beneath for headings. It will take you around 4.5 to 5 hours to achieve Kahtushyam Mandir from New Delhi.
There are three trains accessible from Delhi to Ringas, Chetak Express runs seven days seven days from Delhi Sarai Rohilla to Ringas. Tran no: 12066 - Ajmer Jan Shatabdi runs just on Friday's and Sundays from Hazrat Nizamuddin at 3.10 PM, in any case in the event that you are in delhi its recomended you board this prepare from Delhi Cantt. Third prepare is chandigarh - Bandra End SF Express which keeps running on Wednesdays and Sundays.