On this holy occasion pilgrims all over the country come here on foot with nishaans holy mark – flags in their hands. Krishna said that he considered Barbarika to be the bravest among Kshatriyas, and was hence asking for his head in charity. Krishna asks Barbarika why the arrow was hovering over his foot. Therefore, the fair is held from the 9th to the 12th of that month. Barbarika reveals that he intends to fight for the side whichever is weak. As Barbarika starts meditating, Krishna quietly plucks a leaf from the tree and hides it under his foot. If he uses the second arrow, then the second arrow will mark all the things that he wants to save.
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Barbarika was originally syhambaba yakshaand was reborn as a man. This hurt Lord Brahma very much. Barbarika alias Khatushyamji Baliyadev alias Shyam was a grandson of Bhima second of the Pandava brothersand the son of Ghatotkacha. Hence, as he will be forced switch sides to support the other side that has become weaker due to his word to his mother. Shukla Ekadashi and Dwadashi: Krishna then asks the boy whom he would favour in shyzmbaba war.
Ghatotkacha was the son of Bhima and Hidimba. The other version of story tells that the first arrow indeed pierces Krishna’s leg and marks the leaf that is hidden under Krishna’s foot.
Filled with devotional fervor, people take ritual dips in the Shyam Kund. Whyambaba is believed that a dip in this pond cures a person from ailments and brings good health. In other words, this weak spot on Krishna’s foot was first created by Barbarika’s arrow. They enjoy the journey by playing holi with gulal. By this Krishna concludes that the arrows are so powerful and infallible, that even if Barbarika is unaware of the whereabouts of his targets, his arrows can still navigate and shyzmbaba his intended targets.
On this holy occasion pilgrims all over the country come here on foot with nishaans shymababa mark – flags in their hands. Views Read Edit View history.
This manifestation is especially popular in the Indian state of Rajasthan and Haryana.
Archived from the original on 5 March When Karna was asked, he said he would take 24 days. So, nobody would be able to escape from these arrows. Prior to this event, lord Krishna also gets a boon from sage Durvasa that his entire body except his leg will be immune to all weapons. It is considered that first temple is made by king Roopsingh Chauhan ruler of Khatu and his wife Narmada Kanwar.
One, a divine chakra spinning all around the battle field, killing all those who were not on the side of Dharma. Subsequently, none of the sides would become victorious and he would be the lone survivor. He rode to the field on his Blue Horse equipped with his three arrows and bow.
Therefore, the fair is held from the 9th to the 12th of that month. To briefly see Baba Shyam’s idol, a very tight security is made with the help of bamboo fence around 2 kilometres 1. The temple remains open throughout the night that falls between these days.
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Bathing during the annual Phalguna Mela festival is deemed specially salutary. If he uses the second arrow, then the second arrow will mark all the things that he wants to save.
He witnessed the entire battle of Kurukshetra from the hill which is now known syhambaba Khatushyam Templelocated in Khatu village in Sikar DistrictRajasthan. Krishna then challenged him to tie all the leaves of the Peepal tree under which he was standing, using his arrows.
Lacs of devotees visit the temple every day. Thus Krishna gets a deeper insight about Barbarika’s phenomenal power. Nobody will be able to defeat him. The three arrows are signs of three ‘taapa’s that a human being experiences. Therefore, the flavour of the festivities reflects the playful and vibrant nature of Krishna.