In the picturesque plains of Satpura, such a proven area of Saunsar development block, which has gained fame not only in the state, but also in the country and abroad. Every year lakhs of devotees come and express their wishes. Yes, we are talking about the famous miraculous Shri Hanuman Mandir Jamsawali. Here Ram devotee Hanuman is in a lying posture under a Peepal tree. Thousands of years old history of Jamsavali Hanuman temple is told. Before this, Hanumanji sitting in the temple was in the middle of the grass under the Peepal tree for thousands of years.
This is the story of the temple
A farmer living in a nearby village saw a huge statue inside the grass while plowing the field. As soon as the news of the origin of this amazing giant statue came, thousands of devotees came here and had darshan. Since then thousands of devotees have started thronging this temple. Due to increasing publicity of Miraculous Hanuman ji, in 1990 Registrar Sonsar District Chhindwara formed a trust and registered it.
Uma Bharti had taken a resolution in 2003
In 2003, the fiery BJP leader and former Chief Minister Uma Bharti took the pledge of BJP’s return to Madhya Pradesh from this temple. On the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, Uma Bharti brought it into limelight by cutting the cake. Since then this temple became famous in the country and abroad. At the same time, Hanumanji had further strengthened the faith of the devotees by returning the BJP to power. On January 25, 2004, the then Chief Minister Uma Bharti inaugurated the Bajrang Gaushala by reaching the temple.
This Gaushala is considered to be the best Gaushala in Chhindwara district. There is a gaushala building worth 21 lakhs in the temple premises. 400 cows are here. Due to the fame of the temple, devotees from Thailand, Japan, Germany and America have also reached here for darshan. In June 2007, leaders of top political parties including world famous Tantrik Chandraswami, singer Anuradha Paudwal have bowed before Hanuman ji.
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