About Khatu Shyamji Temple
The history of Khatu Shyamji temple originates from the period of the ‘Mahabharata,’ which took place approximately 5500 years ago. It is focused on the great Barberic, the grandson of Bheema and the son of Ghatothkach. Barberic studied the Vedas and meditated in order to achieve wisdom and power. He worshiped the “Nine Durgas” secretly in Mahisagar Sangam. His devotion and austerity earned him numerous mystical bents as well as magical bows and arrows.
Khatu Shyamji Temple History
Khatu Shyam Baba takes the form of “Barbarik” during the Mahabharata, the grandson of Maharaj Bhima and Ghatovacchak. Barbarik had always been a fearless and powerful warrior. Observing Barbarik’s force skill, Agni Dev gifted a special bow to him, and Lord Shiva gave him three arrows as a blessing. Barbarians became known as “three arrows” due to this boon. Barbaric revealed his intention to become a war witness after witnessing the brutal battle of the Mahabharata. He let his mother go to war and used all three arrows to fight in the war.
When the barbarians were about to go to war, Lord Shri Krishna ordered them to study since no one could win the battle with only three arrows. Barberik explained the meaning of the three arrows, saying that his first arrow would mark the established places, while the second and third arrows could safely secure and destroy those areas.
Due to Barbarik’s blessing, the Kauravas and the Pandavas wanted to keep them in their favor. Then, in the form of a Brahmin, Lord Krishna demanded his head and gave it to Barbarik. Barbaric requested that they come to him in their true form due to this strange request. Then Shri Krishna arrived and told Barbarik, the most heroic Kshatriya fighter in the war, that the sacrifice of the most heroic Kshatriya warrior in the battle is very essential. As a result, upon hearing his promise, Barbriak severed his head and presented it to Shri Krishna as a gift. Then Lord Shri Krishna observed his amazing gift and granted upon him the boon that he shall be known throughout the world as “Shyam” in Shri Krishna’s name.
Khatu Shyamji Temple Timings
Khatu Shyam Ji Temple Darshan Timings
Winter Temple Timings:- Morning – 05:30 AM to 01:00 PM & Evening – 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Summer Temple Timings:- Morning – 04:30 AM to 12:30 PM & Evening – 04:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Khatu Shyam Ji Temple Aarti Timings
|Winter Temple Aarti Timings||Summer Temple Aarti Timings|
|Mangala Aarti – 05:30 AM||Mangala Aarti – 04:30 AM|
|Pratah or Shringar Aarti – 08:00 AM||Pratah or Shringar – 07:00 AM|
|Bhog Aarti – 12:30 PM||Bhog Aarti – 12:30 PM|
|Sandhya Aarti – 06:30 PM||Sandhya Aarti – 07:30 PM|
|Shayan Aarti – 09:00 PM||Shayan Aarti – 10:00 PM|
List of Dharamshala in Khatu Shyamji Rajasthan
|List of Dharamshala in Khatu Shyamji||Contact Number||Address|
|Surat Bhavan Khatushyam ji||070696 95656||PETROL PUMP KE SAMNE KI GALI ME, JHUNJHANU DHAM KI GALI, VRINDAVAN DHAM KE PICHE, Khatoo, Rajasthan 332602.|
|Shyam Todi Bhavan||01576 231 311||Khatu, Khatushyamjika, Sikar – 332602|
|Anokha Shri Shyam Bhawan||9928435215||Khatoo, Rajasthan- 332602|
|Anmol Ratan Khatushyamji||8290096260||Anmol Ratan Khatushyamji, Near Toran Dwar, Khatushyamji, Khatu, Rajasthan 332602|
|Shree Kanha Kunj||080588 08073||Mandir Road, near Shree Shyam Kund ( Shyam Sarovar), Khatoo, Rajasthan 332602|
List of Hotels Near Khatu Shyamji
|List of Hotels in Khatu Shyamji||Contact Number||Address|
|Hotel Gayatri Palace Khatushyam||074000 45587||Chorya Ke pass, Manda, Khatoo, Rajasthan 332602|
|Hotel Maurvi||9829059012||Khatoo, Rajasthan 332602|
|Hotel Ashirwad||087693 62058|
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Khatushyamji, Rajasthan 332602
Khatu Shyamji Temple Contact Number
Contact Number:- 01576-231482, 01576-231182
How To Reach Khatu Shyamji Temple Rajasthan
Khatu Shyam Temple is located in Sikar, Rajasthan is well connected by major states.
Ringas Junction is the Nearest Railway station to Khatu Shyam temple.
Jaipur Airport is the nearest airport.
FAQ On Khatu Shyamji Temple
Barbarik is the grandson of Bhim, the Mahabharata’s second Pandav. Ghatotkach and Maurvi are his parents. Ghatotkach was Bhim’s son by tribal princess Hidimba.
It is said that devotees who pronounce his name from the bottom of their hearts are blessed and have their troubles removed if they do it with true piety.
Yes, It will open nowadays.