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PEDHE-PARASHURAMA

He found a spot there that was most suitable for thinking and meditation. Around the beginning of the eighteenth century the Swami visited the Parashurama shrine and was pained to see its dilapidated condition.In this kind of work at other places also and had contributed substantially towards the reconstruction of the Bhuleshvar shrine . He decided to renovate the place. And collecting funds for this renovation became one of his chief aims. Here it might be mentioned that the Swami took great interest at Yavat and the Ganesh temple at Rajuri The work of reconstruction of the Parashurania shrine started on the Pratipada of the month of Ashvin of the saka year 1631 i.e. 1709 A.D. Apart from the repairs to the original stone structure he caused to be built a timber sabhamandap in its front. Some dipamalas were also built.

Aisles were constructed inside the surrounding walls, The Renuka temple owes its existence to the Swami.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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