Hinduism Ancient Historical “Prachin Shri Hanuman Temple” Located Near Court Sonepat

Prachin Shri Hanuman Temple of Soneapt Near Court

 

India is world famous for ancient historical & religious tourism destination. Sonepat which is a small district located approximately 40 kms from Delhi is so beautiful. Here are many historical places to must see.“Prachin Hauman Mandir { Old Hanuman Temple}” is one of most famous Oldest Hindu Temple. This temple is dedicated to God Hanuman Ji who is 11th Rudra Avatar of God Shiva ; it means he is none other than lord shiva himself in form of monkey god. This oldest temple is located in Ashok Vihar near court Sonipat.

 

Hinduism:

 

Hinduism as it is commonly known can be subdivided into a number of major currents. Of the historical division into six darsanas, two schools, Vedanta and Yoga, are currently the most prominent. Classified by primary deity or deities, four major Hinduism modern currents are Vaishnavism (Vishnu), Shaivism (Shiva), Shaktism (Devi) and Smartism. Hinduism also accepts numerous divine beings, with many Hindus considering the deities to be aspects or manifestations of a single impersonal absolute or ultimate reality or God, while some Hindus maintain that a specific deity represents the supreme and various deities are lower manifestations of this supreme. Other notable characteristics include a belief in existence of ātman, reincarnation of one’s ātman, and karma as well as a belief in dharma. McDaniel (2007) classifies Hinduism into six major kinds and numerous minor kinds, in order to understand expression of emotions among the Hindus.The major kinds, according to McDaniel are, Folk Hinduism, based on local traditions and cults of local deities and is the oldest, non-literate system; Vedic Hinduism based on the earliest layers of the Vedas traceable to 2nd millennium BCE; Vedantic Hinduism based on the philosophy of the Upanishads, including Advaita Vedanta, emphasizing knowledge and wisdom; Yogic Hinduism, following the text of Yoga Sutras of Patanjali emphasizing introspective awareness; Dharmic Hinduism or “daily morality”, which McDaniel states is stereotyped in some books as the “only form of Hindu religion with a belief in karma, cows and caste”; and Bhakti or devotional Hinduism, where intense emotions are elaborately incorporated in the pursuit of the spiritual. Michaels distinguishes three Hindu religions and four forms of Hindu religiosity.The three Hindu religions are “Brahmanic-Sanskritic Hinduism”, “folk religions and tribal religions”, and “founded religions. The four forms of Hindu religiosity are the classical “karma-marga”,jnana-marga, bhakti-marga, and “heroism”, which is rooted in militaristic traditions, such as Ramaism and parts of political Hinduism. This is also called virya-marga. According to Michaels, one out of nine Hindu belongs by birth to one or both of the Brahmanic-Sanskritic Hinduism and Folk religion typology, whether practicing or non-practicing. He classifies most Hindus as belonging by choice to one of the “founded religions” such as Vaishnavism and Shaivism that are salvation-focussed and often de-emphasize Brahman priestly authority yet incorporate ritual grammar of Brahmanic-Sanskritic Hinduism. He includes among “founded religions” Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism that are now distinct religions, syncretic movements such as Brahmo Samaj and the Theosophical Society, as well as various “Guru-isms” and new religious movements such as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and ISKCON. Inden states that the attempt to classify Hinduism by typology started in the imperial times, when proselytizing missionaries and colonial officials sought to understand and portray Hinduism from their interests. Hinduism was construed as emanating not from a reason of spirit but fantasy and creative imagination, not conceptual but symbolical, not ethical but emotive, not rational or spiritual but of cognitive mysticism. This stereotype followed and fit, states Inden, with the imperial imperatives of the era, providing the moral justification for the colonial project. From tribal Animism to Buddhism, everything was subsumed as part of Hinduism. The early reports set the tradition and scholarly premises for typology of Hinduism, as well as the major assumptions and flawed presuppositions that has been at the foundation of Indology. Hinduism, according to Inden, has been neither what imperial religionists stereotyped it to be, nor is it appropriate to equate Hinduism to be merely monist pantheism and philosophical idealism of Advaita Vedanta.

 

 

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In Valmiki’s Ramayana, estimated to have been composed before or in about the 3rd century BCE, Hanuman is an important, creative character as a simian helper and messenger for Rama. The character evolved over time, reflecting regional cultural values. It is, however, in the late medieval era that his profile evolves into more central role and dominance as the exemplary spiritual devotee, particularly with the popular vernacular text Ramcharitmanas by Tulsidas (~ 1575 CE). Here Festivals like Shri Hanuman Jayanti & Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrates with lots of joy & happiness. The statue of Shri Shinde Hanuman ji is very attractive. When the statue of Hanuman was established in this temple and the person who established it can not be properly described; Because it can be around 200 to 300 years old or even more. Mr. Bajrangbali Hanuman ji is the crisis Mohchan Mahabali. Shri hanuman ji is immortal. He is still living on earth. Every Tuesday lots of peoples visit here & pray hanuman ji. Pandit Shri Roopchand Ji is the current priest of this divine temple. Sri Ram ji is the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu; The same Hanuman ji is the incarnation of God Rudra. Shri Hanuman ji is also called crisis redemption. Whatever religion the devotee is in disaster in distress; They always look forward to helping him. This is the only simple way to please Shri Hanuman ji; Shree Ram ji should be cheered, because where Lord Rama’s name is; Hanuman ji has to come there. For visiting here Indira Gandhi International Air Port of Delhi is near by. There is no airport in sonipat only Railway Station & Bus Stand or by road is best way.

 

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