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This Holy Site Still uses a 17th century Water spring to prepare Prasad.

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 This Holy Site Still uses a 17th century Water spring to prepare Prasad. 

All the information you need for Manikaran Sahib, Himachal Pradesh 

In Manikaran Sahib, Himachal Pradesh, prasad is prepared in the temple and offered to the gods using a natural hot water spring. Hindus and Sikhs both visit Manikaran as a place of pilgrimage. It is only 80 kilometers from Manali and situated in the Parvati Valley on the Parvati River in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, northeast of Bhuntar. Due to its hot springs and pilgrimage sites, it draws visitors from Manali and Kullu.

What do Hindus hold as accurate?

Experts claim that while Maa Parvati and Lord Shiva were strolling in the valley, Parvati dropped one of the manis (valuable stones). When Lord Shiva discovered the gem, he became enraged, and a plea was made to the serpent god Sheshnag to appease him. A stream of boiling water began to flow as Sheshnag hissed.

See the Instagram reel for the same location here.

 How food offering entails Sikh practice?

Sikhs believe that during his journey to Manikaran in the 16th century AD, Guru Nanak Devji wanted to prepare food for the poor and the needy but was unable to do so due to a lack of a fire source. The spring became a hot spring due to his prayer to God.

Thousands of people have been fed.

Rumor has it that they boil water to make rice, curry, and milk before serving it to thousands of visitors and pilgrims alike. Needless to say, this practice of offering food to people makes this location even more sacred and pure. 

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