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Pancha Kedar is a "Sanskrit" word, where "Pancha" is five and "Kedar" is sacred name dedicated to Lord Shiva. So together we can trust to be five temples names of Lord Shiva, being in sequence to worship for the pilgrimage are Kedarnath, Tungnath, Rudranath, Madhyamaheshwar and Kalpeshwar.
Kedarnath is the main temple, most remote Hindu pilgrimage circuit, in the state of Uttarakhand, located in Garhwal Himalayas, about 3583m above sea level, part of four Char Dhams comprising Yamunotri Dham, Gangotri Dham, Badrinath Dham and Kedaranth Dam. Gangotri Dham has a significance, the motherland of auspicious River Ganga. The four place have been reckoned as small four abodes where Lord Shiva is seated in immersed meditation called as "Chota Char Dhams", where "Chota" denotes small, "Char" denotes numeric four, "Dhams" means place of worship. According to ancient scriptures, there are twelve Jyotirlinga place of worship, Kedarnath is one among twelve, where 'Jyoti' denotes 'Crystal clear Sunbeam' and 'Linga' means image of Lord Shiva, together denoted as Crystal Clear Sunbeam of Lord Shiva.
Pancha Kedar is the replication of the shrine of Gorakhnath Sampradaya of Nepal, where Lord Shiva "Scalp" is worshipped. Whereas hump is worshipped with great divine and respect at Kedaranth. The dome of Kedarnath temple dome is as same as Pashupathinath Temple is tagged as emblem which is symbolically denotes courage, bravery, rich in opportunities, wholehearted living. The place of worship in Garhwal Himalaya regions known as Kedar-Khanda named after Kedar. The western part is as Kedar-Kshetra or Kedar mandala, a symbolic representation of Lord Shiva is a place of free worship open to the universe for removal of Karma devotees face.
The history of Panch Kedar relates to Pandava regime, the karmic heroic of Mahabharata, an Hindu epic text, where Pandavas sons of Pandu has killed Kauravas, in the Kurukshetra war. To clean the sins committed from killing of Dhritrashtras's sons, half-brothers and the priest class "Brahmins", during Kurukshetra war, had led them and decided to hand over the kingdom to their kith and kin and went in search of Lord Shiva to relieve from the fratricide and Brahmanahatya impacts and to seek his protection. Pandavas first went to Varanasi to Lord Shiva temple. But Lord Shiva did not heal to their prayers and simply avoided himself from their sight, as he was terribly upset by the killing and dreadful act of Kurukshetra war. Lord Shiva not willing to share his divine senses, bore the form of a bull (Nandi) and hid himself in the Garhwal Himalaya region.
Pandavas could not locate Lord Shiva in Varanasi, Pandavas decided to search him Garhwal Himalayas. Bhima, the second pandava brother, a terrible might, started looking for Lord Shiva. He immediately saw an animal in the form of bull was gazing near Guptakashi, is popularly known as "Hidden Kashi", where Gupta means hidden, Kashi denotes the act of Lord Shiva. But Lord Shiva to teach a lesson to Pandavas, went under the ground, to appear later in different body parts. The body parts are described in relation to seven chakras. The hump consecrated in Kedarnath, arms in Tunganath, the Navel and Stomach risen in Madhyamaheshwar, face at Rudranath, and the hair and head in Kalpeshwar, Fore portion of Lord Shiva is believed to be at Doleshwor Mahadeva Temple, Nepal . Lord Shiva finally appeared in five different forms and Pandavas. To sync the amalgamation of different body parts, one has to worship all the five divine forms of Lord Shiva and thus Pandavas has built temples at five different places, for invoking the blessings of Lord Shiva to free from their sins.
Kedarnath is a mixture of mystic energies of every kind like their energies, their path, their works, which denotes many things. It cannot be sensed, or visualized or physically felt, but mentally to be absorbed by knowledge, and cannot be taught even, and the significance of this energy has been praised by yogis from ancient times.
Tungnath dates, 1000 years old and structure of the temple gives you the pleasure realizing the god very close to you which share the powerful and vibrant energy which is seen in the deity of Lord Shiva, who is surrounded with Adishankara, Kalabhairava and Vyas
Rudranath, at an altitude of 7500 ft in Garhwal Himalayas, where Lord Shiva is also called Neelkanth Mahadeve who is worshipped on visage of the face, which denotes five aspects of the Absolute and they are Ishana (culmination knowledge and wealth), Tatpurusha (represent rising sun), Aghora (possess healing power), Vamadeva and Sadyojatha.
Madhyamaheshwar temple is highly architectural, also called "Vriddh-Madmaheshwar" is small in structure, at the peaks of Chaukhamba. The idol of Sivalinga is in a naval shape enlightened image surrounded by two small temple for Goddess Parvati and Lord Ardhanarishwara, is surrounded by a holy pond, and the water cures all diseases, past sins and fratricide and Brahmanahatya negative impacts.
Kalpeshwar temple, Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of tangled thick hair. The temple is located inside a thick forest with natural greenery fields, surrounded by an ancient tree called "Kalpvriksha Tree" fulfills all desires and wish of the devotees as per Hindu scriptures.
Pancha Kedar Maha Yaga (Fire Lab) is a religious rites is quite auspicious which accelerate spiritual progress, is performed to invoke the blessings of Lord Shiva who is in the form of Seven Chakras, muladhara (perineum), svadhisthana (above the genital organ), manipuraka (below the navel), anahata (beneath the rib cage meet), vishuddhi (pit of the throat), ajna (between the eyebrows), sahasrara also resembles, brahmarandra a soft spot at the top of the head, noticed when a child is born. The benefits of Chakras have both physical dimension and spiritually inscribed. These chakras clearly demonstrates the functions of the body parts, but cumbersome to explain, and each body parts are Kshetras, which means someone or something resides. Performing Maha Yaga to each kshetras, the physical and spiritual energies becomes more dominant in our life. We gain the blessings of Sapta Rishis, (Agastya, Atri, Bharadwaja, Gautam, Jamadagni, Vashishtha and Vishvamitra, who lived on the banks of Kantisarovar, in Kedar where Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati visit, to get their divine blessings.
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