Rare photos of the most mysterious place of Rajasthan: where Lord Vamana is believed to have taken the first step, a rare statue found there, which can become history

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Many beliefs are associated with the famous Beneshwar Dham in Banswara by the name of Prayag. It is believed that the Abudarra here holds many secrets. to know about Dainik Bhaskar The team of the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) along with the personnel of the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) conducted a search operation between the cave and the rocks for 2 days at a depth of 70 feet. The pictures that came out in it were shocking.

The first picture is of Sant Mavji and the second is clicked underwater during Bhaskar's search operation.

The first picture is of Sant Mavji and the second is clicked underwater during Bhaskar’s search operation.

Bhaskar K2 reporters and a photographer along with SDRF personnel went scuba diving and discovered pictures you have never seen before. For the first time, photographs have emerged from the foothills of the Sangam site. The team was also shocked to see Sant Mavji-like statue, Shivling and many mythological structures in such depth. According to the beliefs, Abudarra is the Yagya land of King Bali. Where God had put the first step. There is a palace of Saint Mavji inside it, which is his personal abode.

When a team of 27 SDRF personnel reached for the search operation, it was felt that someone had drowned.  When people came to know that an underwater search was being conducted by Dainik Bhaskar, everyone appreciated it.

When a team of 27 SDRF personnel reached for the search operation, it was felt that someone had drowned. When people came to know that an underwater search was being conducted by Dainik Bhaskar, everyone appreciated it.

The diver had to go back into the water to find the camera
A strange incident happened with the diver engaged in the search operation. The diver was carrying a camera in his hand, while the other was fitted to the head. When he returned after clicking the pictures, the head-mounted camera was missing. The diver considered diving again, but found out that oxygen was low. Then after refilling the cylinder from Banswara, diver Rameshchandra dived and the camera could be found on the third attempt. In the search operation that lasted for two days, the diver spent more than 5 hours in the water.

After Bhaskar's search campaign, the claim of mythological importance of Beneshwar Dham has become stronger.  This photo, clicked inside the river, is of a statue looking exactly like Sant Mavji.

After Bhaskar’s search campaign, the claim of mythological importance of Beneshwar Dham has become stronger. This photo, clicked inside the river, is of a statue looking exactly like Sant Mavji.

Even the diver has not seen such a mysterious place before
SDRF diver Rameshchandra, who conducted the search, said that the depth of all the parts here is different. Somewhere 10 feet to 20 feet. At some places 30 to 50 feet and more. He told that in 26 years I have searched for 900 dead bodies, vehicles and idols, but for the first time I have seen a mysterious place like Abudarra. I am calling it mysterious because, in every dive, a new scene was visible.

This is exactly the same idol as shown in the mural painting of Mavji Maharaj.  During the underwater search operation, divers saw many such statues.

This is exactly the same idol as shown in the mural painting of Mavji Maharaj. During the underwater search operation, divers saw many such statues.

Why only Beneshwar Dham and Abudarra?
Beneshwar Dham is also known as Bain Vrindavan Dham, where Saint Mavji Maharaj did yoga practice. There is also evidence of this in the Gazetteer (1974) published in English by the Government of Rajasthan.
Here the fair fills on Magh Purnima. Lakhs of devotees participate in it. It is also known as Kumbh of Tribals.
There has also been a tradition of bone immersion at Triveni Sangam. In this sense, a lot of worship work is done here.

There is a confluence of Som, Mahi and Jakham rivers at the Dham.  It is also known as Triveni Sangam.  There are different ghats at the confluence site.  One of these Ghats is known as Abudarra.  Near it is Radha Kund.

There is a confluence of Som, Mahi and Jakham rivers at the Dham. It is also known as Triveni Sangam. There are different ghats at the confluence site. One of these Ghats is known as Abudarra. Near it is Radha Kund.

No one has taken care of these mysterious idols for many years.  Due to being constantly lying in the water, a thick layer of moss has climbed on them.

No one has taken care of these mysterious idols for many years. Due to being constantly lying in the water, a thick layer of moss has climbed on them.

It took the diver 40 dives to bring the mythological images to the readers of Bhaskar.  Then somewhere these pictures could be clicked.

It took the diver 40 dives to bring the mythological images to the readers of Bhaskar. Then somewhere these pictures could be clicked.

The religious significance of the Sangam site is immense.  Here the diver also saw the idols of Lord Shankar like Shivling.

The religious significance of the Sangam site is immense. Here the diver also saw the idols of Lord Shankar like Shivling.

In the search operation that lasted for two days, the diver had to spend several hours in the water.

In the search operation that lasted for two days, the diver had to spend several hours in the water.

Report: Chirag Dwivedi/Priyank Bhatt

Video & Photo: Bharat Kansara

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