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Giri Govardhan ShilaGiri Govardhan Ring and Rosary

Sarvottam Girigovardhan Shila Silver Ring-45LOT
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Giri Govardhan is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage destination located atop the Giri Raj sandstone hill, stretching over 8 kilometers. Vrindavan, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, is around 25 kilometers away. Lord Krishna is said to have held Hill Giri Raj on the tip of his finger for seven days and nights to safeguard the people of Braj from Lord Indra downpour. Bhisma Pitamaha also stated the presence of Govardhan in the Garga Samhita.

Benefits of Wearing Giri Govardhan

  • Wearing a Giri Govardhan Shila Ring/ Rosary instills prosperity, notoriety, immense respect, and dignity in one life.
  • Furthermore, this rosary cleanses you of all sins.
  • When you wear a Govardhan Shila Pendant, the unthinkable happens.
  • It balances all chakras and increases aura and charisma.
  • About Govardhan

    The significance of Govardhan has been described and elaborated in the Vishnu Purana. It is believed that Lord Indra was high handed with his powers, so in order to shatter his arrogance, Lord Krishna came to the front. According to a myth, once people in Gokul were preparing various delicacies and were singing songs with great enthusiasm. Seeing this, Bal Krishna asked Maa Yashoda that for which occasion people are making preparations. Maa Yashoda answered that they are worshiping Lord Indra. Then, again Krishna asked Maa Yashoda that why do they worship Lord Indra. Maa Yashoda answered that they receive a good downpour, fodder for cows and production of cereals by the grace of Lord Indra.

    On listening to his mother, Krishna said that if it is so then they should worship Govardhan Parvat because cows feed on the grasses and plants & trees form the reasons for good rainfall. People of Gokul agreed to the Krishna's context and they started the Puja. On witnessing this, Lord Indra became indignant and in order to avenge for his insult started torrential rains in Gokul. On seeing this heavy downpour, people of Gokul were terrified and panic stricken. Then, Lord Krishna by exhibiting his powers lifted the Govardhan Parvat on his little finger and made the people of Gokul to come beneath the Govardhan Parvat. Observing this, Lord Indra made rain more and more heavy, but even after 7 continuous days of extreme rainfall people of Gokul were safe enough. Then, Lord Indra realised that the person confronting him is not an ordinary person. When Lord Indra discovered that he was challenging Lord Krishna, then Lord Indra apologised to Lord Krishna and he himself worshiped Lord Krishna. This is how began the worship and the essence of Govardhan Parvat.
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