Temple of Shri Bindu Madhav
According to the saga in Kashi Khand (referred to in Kashi Vishnu Yatra) when Lord Vishnu displaced King Divodasa from his Kingdom, he formed himself in the form of Adi Keshav in Padodak teeth. After that, Lord Vishnu, when he entered Panchnad Teerth, was obsessed with the glory of Kashi. At Panchnad Teerth in Kashi, he encountered a sage whose name was Agni Bindu, who was enthralled in deep penance.
finding the Lord in front of him, the Sage began to chant Sholkas to Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu was delighted with the wise man and requested him to pursue some divine blessing. Sage, in answering Lord Vishnu requested that he should always be present in the vicinity of Panchnad Teerth and be remembered by the name of the sage.
Wisely, Lord Vishnu fulfilled the desire of the Sage and established him at Panchnad Teerth in the form of Bindu Madhav. From his existence, this Teerth is regarded to be the most religious, and it is also claimed that whoever takes a holy dip here is rewarded with riches and wealth and relieves himself of all his sins and attains salvation Our Kashidham.in is a network of famous temples in Varanasi, with Kashi Vishwanath as the focal point of the temple. It includes more than 100 famous temples of the Holy City that are still untouched. This circuit has been constructed to promote the Online puja Shri Bindu Madhav temple and also includes Online Arti Shri Bindu Madhav Temple & Online Prasad Shri Bindu Madhav Temple. We are here for our clients to provide them the essence of the real puja environment and to serve Prasad to your doorstep with ease.
Location of Temple:-
Bindu Madhav is situated in the H.No. K.22/37, Ganga Ghat Panch. Panch Nada Teerth is identified as Panch Ganga Ghat. And there is a lot of holinesses linked to this Ghat, particularly during the month of Kartik.
Timing of puja:-
The temple is also open from 4.00 A.M. To 8.00 p.m. Mangala Aarti takes place at 04.00 A.M., Shringar Aarti at 08.00 A.M., And Shayan Aarti at 8.00 p.m. The Kartik Month (Hindi) Shukla Ekadasi, also recognized as Prabodini Ekadasi, is very significant in this temple.