Bhalka Tirth Somnath

Bhalka pilgrimage in Saurashtra in Gujarat gives the testimony of Bhagwan Shrikrishna and his last moments, the biggest hero of the era, the knowledge of the Gita to the world and the truth of life. This is the sacred place, where Lord Krishna, the goddess of creation, left his body. Bhalka pilgrimage is just 5 km from Somnath Temple , one of the Dashash Lingas present in Saurashtra in Gujarat. Is at a distance. The statue of Lord Krishna in this temple speaks to his last moment.

According to religious beliefs, at this place, Lord Krishna was given a dagger by arrows and it was established in front of him that he had joined hands, asking for forgiveness, which was repenting on Krishna with an arrow. But Krishna was an interim. He knew very well that even though he ...

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Bhalka pilgrimage in Saurashtra in Gujarat gives the testimony of Bhagwan Shrikrishna and his last moments, the biggest hero of the era, the knowledge of the Gita to the world and the truth of life. This is the sacred place, where Lord Krishna, the goddess of creation, left his body. Bhalka pilgrimage is just 5 km from Somnath Temple , one of the Dashash Lingas present in Saurashtra in Gujarat. Is at a distance. The statue of Lord Krishna in this temple speaks to his last moment.

According to religious beliefs, at this place, Lord Krishna was given a dagger by arrows and it was established in front of him that he had joined hands, asking for forgiveness, which was repenting on Krishna with an arrow. But Krishna was an interim. He knew very well that even though he used to run the world on his gestures but now the time has come for him to run from this world. Only then did he forgive the baheli who ran the arrows.

From the arrow, the wounded Lord Krishna reached the banks of river Hiran, a little away from Bhalka. Deer River is just 1.5 km away from Somnath. It is said that at the same place, the Lord merged into the five elements. From there, Lord went straight to Baikuntha Dham. But on the banks of the river Hiran still traces of God's footsteps and which is famous all over the world as the Dehutoktan Teertha. But there is no less importance of that place, from where the bhilaye was able to target God as a deer. The place that is situated on the banks of the sea is known as the Tarangaanga and there is now a Shivling inside the sea.

Though Bhalka Tirtha is a witness to Lord Krishna's last days, even today, this sacred religious place is a major religious center to fulfill the wishes of the devotees. Today even thousands of Krsna devotees come here every day and it is believed that any of the motivations sought by the true mind are never here unheard of here. To relieve the suffering of his devotees, God, who repeatedly incarnate, had made the mind of the world to leave this place, but the feeling of being in him is still in the mind of the devotees. And gives testimony to this, the 5,000-year-old Peepal tree which is never dried in the temple premises.