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This Ambika Mandir is a sure home and an unfailing haven of instant relief for the grief-stricken and worried minds, living in the Sayyed Pura Boridisheri part of Surat. Whenever problems of any magnitude confront people, they rush to the Mother and pour out their grief through streaming eyes. As if by magic, they find solutions by intution and return with smiling faces. An eyeful darsan of the Mother is so efficacious and the consolation it profers is instant and beyond words. The same shape and similar decoration as found in Ambika of Arasur found here. Moreover, the object of worship here is not made of any metal or wood or stone, but an yantra  of Devi artistically decorated by the priests which captivates the devotees as soon as they stand before her. The Motheer likes genuine piety and rewards it out of proportion.

The story gees that once here dwelt a brahmin couple - Harishankar and Revagouri. They were very devout and were worshipping the Mother with an exemplary manner. They had a son called Jyeshtaram, who excelled his parents in adoration. 

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